Eternal Hot Girl Megan Thee Stallion released their debut album, Good news, in the early hours of Friday.
It was a tumultuous year for Megan: She got a Beyoncé feature for “Savage (Remix)”, then somehow headed (once again) with a collaboration of Cardi B in the sensational “WAP”, her first single number 1. She graced the covers on Time and Rolling stone. Contributed to Birds of prey soundtrack (with Normani). Runs on Saturday Night Live,, The show tonight featuring Jimmy Fallon and Jimmy Kimmel live. Tied to Drake and Justin Bieber for most nominations at the BET Hip Hop Awards and People’s Choice Awards, respectively. Find time to write powerful New York Times op-ed, advocate for black women Curated by Fashion Nova collection. Earlier this week, GQ named rapper of the year. Among all her professional achievements is a traumatic personal outcome – the shooting of Tori Lanez.
Still, Megan continued to shine. In the two years since her breakthrough in the EP Tina Snow, it was signed by Jay-Z, Rihanna, Nicki Minaj and former President Barack Obama. Now, after two more EPs – Fever and Suga – her first feature film project arrived.
She announced in a tweet, “THROUGH SUCH A ROUGH YEAR THAT I HAVE BEEN HEARD THAT WE CAN USE LILY GOOD NEWS, MY OFFICIAL ALBUM” NOVEMBER 20 – GOOD!
Megan opens it Good news with the direct “Shots Fired,” a song that appropriately tries Biggie’s 1994 “Who Shot Ya.” However, the next 16 songs demonstrate a commitment to entertain with a variety of new collaborations, such as high-profile first with City Girls (“Do It On The Tip”); SZA (“Freaky Girls”) Big Sean and 2 Chainz (“Go Crazy”).
Along with the album, Megan shared a new music video – the visuals for the beginner anthem of twerk “Body” include cameos by Taraji P. Henson and Blac Chyna.