Journalist Bae | Megan Thee Stallion “Megan” Album Review

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Megan Thee Stallion is the powerhouse of hip-hop‘s new gritty generation. She has finally dropped her highly anticipated debut album, appropriately named “Megan.” Straight from the heart of her Houston, from her roots to the global stage – Megan continues to redefine the genre with her bold persona and unrelentless confidence.

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Meaning of Megan

“Megan” is not just an album; it’s a statement—a manifesto of self-love, stamina, and unapologetic femininity. Dive deep into the tracks that make this album a must-listen for both die-hard fans and newcomers alike.

From the opening track, Megan sets the tone with “Boss Talk,” a bold proclamation of her status as a leader in the game. Her lyrics cut through with the precision of a seasoned veteran, showcasing her trademark flow and lyrical prowess. Collaborations with other artists only enhance the album’s dynamic range, then each track contributing to a cohesive narrative of triumph over adversity.

Savage Beauty

One standout is “Savage Beauty,” a track that encapsulates Megan’s journey from underdog to icon. With its infectious beat and confident delivery, it’s a celebration of resilience and self-assurance. Meanwhile, “Queen’s Speech” serves as a powerful anthem for empowerment, challenging stereotypes and celebrating female strength.

“Megan” isn’t just about bravado; it’s about vulnerability too. Tracks like “Inner Demons” reveal a more introspective side of Megan, addressing personal struggles with honesty and courage. It’s this balance of swagger and sincerity that sets Megan apart as an artist who isn’t afraid to show all sides of herself.

As Megan continues to dominate the charts and captivate audiences worldwide, “Megan” solidifies her place in hip-hop history. It’s an album that not only entertains but also empowers—a testament to the transformative power of music in the hands of a true artist.

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For more on Megan Thee Stallion’s groundbreaking debut album “Megan,” visit and immerse yourself in the sound of a new era in hip-hop. Megan has arrived, and baby she’s here to stay. My personal favorite is “Where Them Girls At”. Stay tuned for more.

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Kendrick Lamar- Not Like Us [MUSIC VIDEO]

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KENDRICK LAMAR has Hip-Hop in the palm of his hand.

The West Coast MC is only 15 days removed from his Juneteenth pop-out concert that set Inglewood on fire. Lamar would continue his domination of Drake by releasing the official music video for the monster hit single “Not Like Us” yesterday.

Several reports circulated today amidst our 4th of July celebrations that the visual would release “sometime soon”. As the day went on there were a number of screenshots from the video that made their rounds. In addition, there has also been talks of Kendrick releasing an album soon as well.


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The video for “Not Like Us” was shot entirely in Lamar’s city of Compton. The victory lap for Kendrick post their rap beef would show Kendrick still taking shots at the 69 God. Visuals included K-Dot staring menacingly upon the OVO’s mascot and taking a bat to a pinata version of the owl. Lamar would also give nods to his opponent’s track “Push Ups” by busting out sets on concrete blocks.

Directed by Lamar & Dave Free, “Not Like Us” uses high still imagery and a plethora of cameos. DJ Mustard, Tommy the Clown and former Toronto Raptors star DeMar DeRozan are just a few of the faces that are recognizable in the dope music video.

Kendrick Lamar Not Like Us

Perhaps the best hit leading into the summer, “Not Like Us” now has one of the dopest music videos released this year! Check out the official music video down below and let us know in the comments what you think!

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