Everlasting Hot Girl Megan Thee Stallion delivered her presentation collection, Good News, in the early long periods of Friday.
It’s been a turbulent year for Megan: She handled a Beyoncé include for the “Savage (Remix),” at that point by one way or another beat herself (once more) with a Cardi B cooperation in the electrifying “WAP,” her first No. 1 singles. She graced the fronts of Time and Rolling Stone. Added to the Birds of Prey soundtrack (with Normani). Performed on Saturday Night Live, The Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon and Jimmy Kimmel Live. Attached with Drake and Justin Bieber for most honor selections at the BET Hip Hop Awards and People’s Choice Awards, separately. Discovered an opportunity to pen an incredible New York Times opinion piece, pushing for Black ladies. Curated a Fashion Nova assortment. Not long ago, GQ named her rapper of the year. In the midst of every last bit of her expert achievements is one horrendous individual anomaly — the Tory Lanez shooting.
In any case, Megan kept on sparkling. In the a long time since her advancement EP Tina Snow, she’s been co-endorsed by Jay-Z, Rihanna, Nicki Minaj and previous President Barack Obama. Presently, after two more EPs — Fever and Suga — her first full-length venture has shown up.
She declared the delivery in a tweet, “THROUGH SUCH A ROUGH YEAR I FELT LIKE WE COULD ALL USE A LIL GOOD NEWS MY OFFICIAL ALBUM ‘Uplifting news’ DROPS NOV 20TH !” on Nov. 12.
Megan opens Good News with the direct “Shots Fired,” a track that suitably tests Biggie’s 1994 “Who Shot Ya.” However, the following 16 tracks grandstand a pledge to playing around with an assortment of new joint efforts, for example, prominent firsts with City Girls (“Do It On The Tip”); SZA (“Freaky Girls”) Big Sean and 2 Chainz (“Go Crazy”).
Alongside the collection, Megan shared another music video – the visuals for sprouting twerk hymn “Body” highlights appearances from Taraji P. Henson and Blac Chyna.