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Fans debate over which Megan Thee Stallion era was the best

A lot of fans chose ‘Tina Snow’ as their favorite Megan Thee Stallion era.

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Fans on Twitter are debating which Megan Thee Stallion era was the best. On Friday (Jan. 15), Twitter user @thestallionhq tweeted, “Eras of Thee Hottie. Which one’s your favorite?” The fan page also added images from each of Megan’s six musical eras, from Rich Ratchet, which was her first body of work, to her debut album, Good News.

Meg’s third project, Tina Snow, is currently trending on Twitter as most fans have declared this EP her best work yet. “Tina Snow is all I see and know,” tweeted @queenofleplants. “And Make It Hot. That’s the only music of hers I’ll ever play until she returns to mixtape/freestyle Meg.”

Twitter user @BONNI_RAE tweeted, “Making me choose between Make it Hot & Tina Snow is like asking a parent to choose their favorite child.”

Tina Snow was just DIFFERENT. Nothing BUT HITS. ‘Tina Montana,’ ‘Neva,’ her verse on ‘Make a Bag,’ ‘Hot Girl,’ ‘WTF I Want,’ (and) ‘Cocky Af,’” tweeted @Queentaisha_.

Tina Snow did contain “Big Ole Freak,” which turned out to be Megan’s breakout hit. The track became her first single to land on Billboard’s Hot 100. The song peaked at No. 65 and spent 12 weeks on the chart.

Following the release of that track, the Houston Hottie released Fever in 2019. The EP featured the hit singles “Cash Shit,” “Sex Talk,” “Simon Says,” “Hood Rat Shit” and “Realer.” The project peaked at No. 10 on the Billboard 200 chart and spent 35 weeks on the list.

In November 2020, the self-proclaimed Cognac Queen released her debut album, Good News, which featured the hit singles “Body,” “Cry Baby,” “Shots Fired,” “Don’t Stop,” “Girls In The Hood” and her No. 1 Beyoncé-assisted hit, “Savage Remix.” The album became her highest-charting project, debuting at No. 2 on the Billboard 200 chart.

“We just keep beating the odds hotties!!” Megan previously wrote Instagram. “Doing everything they said we couldn’t! Thank y’all so much for always supporting me and I promise to keep getting better for y’all.”

Which era was your favorite?

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