/  11.20.2020


We’re in for an early Thanksgiving this year as Megan Thee Stallion drops off her debut studio album Good News. The Houston rapper has been quite busy during this fourth quarter of 2020 — dropping off her infectious “Don’t Stop” anthem along with Young Thug, delivering a memorable performance on the iconic SNL show, launching a scholarship fund for melanated women, writing a stand-out piece titled “Why I Speak Up For Black Women,” and being named Hip Hop Artist of the Year at the 2020 BET Awards. Along with the multitude of other stellar projects to surface this year, Megan chose to go out with a bang.

Courtesy Of Megan Thee Stallion | Twitter

Earlier this year in March, the 25-year-old stallion released her well-rounded Suga EP and she’s been feeding fans with heat ever since. Despite the unfortunate incident that took place in Hollywood Hills in July, the Hotties CEO didn’t let that slow her down a bit. For her debut album, Megan tapped on some of the industry’s hottest acts including DaBaby, Lil Durk, City Girls, Beyonce, Big Sean, 2 Chainz, and more!

In even greater news, Meg Thee Stallion has launched an inclusive clothing line with Fashion Nova and she had this to say in her recent interview with Entertainment Tonight:

“I just realized how big of a lack of representation there is for curvier girls, or taller girls, or girls with bigger feet — everybody is not just a cookie-cutter size, so I just want to make sure that starting with this collab we have better representation with just women in general. Even with short girls, the jeans are made for skinny short girls. It’s not just about the model body. It’s about the real body, so this collection definitely caters to women with curves. I say petite, too, but just the girls with the little representation that’s what my collection really caters to.”

Make sure you press play on Megan’s Good News below!

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