Megan opening her album with Shots Fired

Helen Dunmore Nov 20, 2020 1

When everyone was, busy watching the Gucci & Jeezy verzuz and then bumping Megan thee stallion’s album.

Megan Thee Stallion has released her official debut album “Good News “

It is her first studio album, Good News, released in the early hours of Friday.

Megan experienced a turbulent year. She added Beyoncé’s performance in “Remix”, and then played with Cardi B with the amazing “Wap”. Cooperation surpassed itself. She retouched the cover of “Time and Rolling Stone.” The sound track for “Birds of Prey” (in collaboration with Normani) On Saturday Night Live, this will be performed in Tonight’s performance starring Jimmy Fallon and Jimmy Kimmel Live. Tied with Drake and Justin Bieber, nominated for most of the BET Hip Hop Awards and People’s Choice Awards, respectively. Take time to write an influential New York Times column, advocating for black women. Plan the Fashion Nova series. Earlier this week, GQ appointed her Rapper of the Year. Among all her professional achievements, there is a traumatic personal anomaly-the Tory Lanez shooting.

Despite this, Megan continued to shine. In the two years since the breakthrough EP Tina Snow (Tina Snow), she has been with Jay-Z, Rihanna, Nicki Minaj, and the former president Barack Obama co-signed. Now, after releasing two more EPs (Fever and Suga), her first full-length project is here.

She announced the release in a tweet.

Megan fired the good news with a straightforward “shoot”, and the song appropriately sampled Beeji’s 1994 “Who Shot Ya”. However, the next 16 singles showed the joy of working with various new collaborations, such as the high-profile first collaboration with City Girls (“Do It On The Tip”); SZA (“Weird Girl”) Enhe 2 Chainz (“Crazy”). Megan shared a new music video with the album-the visual effects of the budding solo national anthem “Body” came from guest appearances by Taraji P Henson and Blake Chener.

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