Megan Thee Stallion has dropped her new track, ‘Southside Continuously Freestyle’, to mark her 26th birthday (15.02.21).
The ‘Savage’ rapper will pay homage to her dwelling metropolis of Houston, Texas, on the freestyle which is part of her ongoing #MeganMonday sequence.
The beat used to be produced by her longtime collaborators, LilJuMadeDaBeat and Three Six Mafia’s Juicy J, and sees Megan repeat herself the “hardest in Houston” as she raps about her haters.
She spits: “I will’t even capture half of you bseverely/ Half of y’all don’t know if y’all don’t fwith me or ought to you wanna fme.”
The ‘Hot Girl Summer season’ hitmaker shared the music video for the tune on YouTube, by which she rocks a Houston Rockets baseball cap and bikini.
‘Southside Continuously Freestyle’ marks the first solo liberate from Megan since her acclaimed debut album, ‘Right News’, in November.
The Grammy-nominated famous person lately jumped on the remix of Ariana Grande‘s ’34+35’ with Doja Cat.
Meanwhile, the hip-hop famous person beforehand admitted female rappers are held to a increased customary than their male counterparts.
She outlined: “A man also can fair be as mediocre as he wants to be but aloof be praised.”
The ‘WAP’ hitmaker – who has collaborated with the likes of Nicki Minaj, Normani and Cardi B – also rubbished the belief that her music is too raunchy.
Megan – who’s famous for her specific lyrics and peek-catching music videos – talked about: “What are you actually wrathful about? Probabilities are you’ll maybe well no longer be wrathful about me rapping about sex. That’s no longer what you’re wrathful about.”
Notice the hashtag #MeganMonday for future releases within the sequence.