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Megan Thee Stallion Delivers a Hot Girl Anthem With New EP “Suga”

Our good sis, Megan Thee Stallion, released her newest EP on March 6, 2020. This project definitely gives the right amount of “Hot Girl” vibes! Meg decided to give us a brand new alter-ego and she named her “Suga” which shows a much more sensitive side to the H-Town Hottie. Check out some of my favorite tracks below.

Savage

This track gives me “don’t mess with me,” but “I’m a very sweet person,” vibes. In the chorus, Meg says “I’m a savage; Classy, Bougie, Ratchet.” I believe everyone has experienced being ratchet and classy simultaneously; although, some listeners are conflicted! Are we allowed to twerk, flip our hair, or both?

Captain Hook

 I would describe “Captain Hook” as a song that is centered around Megan’s sexuality. She mainly raps about her experiences during sex, and lets the haters know that she doesn’t want their man! I personally love this track, because the beat is definitely Stalli’s style. Though Megan aimed to create a new alter ego, she reminds listener’s that each personality represents a Houston, Texas native.

RICH

This track is definitely my most favorite from the entire EP. I love it because she opens the song with “I ain’t never need a n**** money, ’cause I make it; but, if that n**** wanna pay a bill, I’ma take it.” I’m all for this energy, and it is definitely expected from Megan. I love music that encourages women to spend another man’s money. I admire these lyrics especially because most men hate it. Remember ladies: we’re in our bags, but we’re in theirs too!

B.I.T.C.H.

This song makes me want to call somebody up, and read them! I don’t know who I’d call, but these lyrics give a boss-chick mentality! Megan lets these men know that she’s not playing these games anymore. She needs consistency, honesty, and understanding. With lyrics like “B*tch, you ain’t that busy, I don’t give a f*ck what you ain’t got time for,” and “But it’s 2020. I ain’t finna’ argue ’bout twerkin’,” this artist expresses her true impressions of relationships and entitlement.



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