Megan Thee Stallion
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Poll: From "WAP" To "Big Booty," What's Your Favorite Megan Thee Stallion Feature?
Happy one-week anniversary to "WAP," the amazing, no-holds-barred p**sy power anthem served up by Cardi B and Megan Thee Stallion with empowering femme fierceness! In celebration of the debut collaboration between these epic rap/fashion queens, we want to know—what's your favorite Megan Thee Stallion feature?
Vote in the poll below, and read on to learn a little more about each feature, all of which go hard with the Houston rap goddess' fire bars.
Prior to "WAP," the "Savage" rapper already delivered several big features this year, including on Young Dolph's "RNB" (which doesn't stand for what you might think). Released in May as a lead single to his new album (Rich Slave), she is one of only three guests on the project.
"You looking for a freak? I'm the biggest one," the Houston hottie raps on Los Angeles rapper Tyga's 2020 single "FREAK," which samples Black Eyed Peas' party classic "My Humps." On DaBaby's BLAME IT ON BABY cut "NASTY," R&B songstress Ashanti keeps it sexy with a flip of her 2002 slow jam "Baby," while Meg matches the North Carolina rapper's nastiness with in her flow and lyrics.
On Gucci Mane's 2019 album, Woptober II, the "Hot Girl Summer" rapper answers his call for thick ladies on "Big Booty," entering the track with her trademark aayys and "Big old a** is heavy, shake that sh*t like jelly." She also offers a guest verses on one of the standout tracks on Chance The Rapper's 2019 album, the confident, slow burn-trap beat-backed "Handsome."
On D.C. rapper Wale's "Poledancer," the closing track on his 2019 album, Meg comes in a little after the halfway mark to add some real bad "B.I.T.C.H." energy to the track. On Khalid's "Talk REMIX," featuring Meg and Yo Gotti, she opens the pop/R&B track with rapped and sung verses, offering a female perspective to the remix of the young Texan's hit single.
On Juicy J's bouncing, whisper-filled 2019 single "Three Point Stance," also featuring fierce Miami rap duo City Girls, the Houston queen kicks the bop of with a major bang, with lyrics embracing her sexual prowess and rightful place on the throne. "I get treated like a queen by every ni*** I'm wit' / 'Cause this p**sy got power, goin' for some hours. / B*tch, I got bars, I ain't looking for no towers."