Megan Thee Stallion drops tracklist for debut album ‘Good News’
The hip-hop star has unveiled some of the hitmakers she collaborated with for her new project
Megan Thee Stallion hit up social media on Thursday to unveil the tracklist for her debut album Good News.
Her hotly anticipated first studio project will feature the “Savage Remix” (with Beyoncé), “Girls in the Hood,” and “Don’t Stop” (with Young Thug), as well as new songs featuring Da Baby, Big Sean and 2 Chains, SZA, Lil Durk, City Girls, and Popcaan.
“Sugar Baby,” “Freaky Girls,” “What’s New,” and “Work,” are titles of some of the new tracks that the hip-hop star is serving up for fans when the album drops on November 20. Of the 17 songs on the album, 8 are features with platinum hitmakers. Check out the full tracklist via Megan’s Instagram post below.
The “WAP” rapper is best known for her independent mixtapes: Tina Snow and Suga.
Fans of Thee Stallion have taken to social media to express their excitment for the album’s release — check out some of the reactions below:
Megan Thee Stallion (born Megan Jovon Ruth Pete) has had a busy (and controversial) 2020.
The Houston native delivered a memorable performance on SNL, she created a scholarship for women of color, published a New York Times opinion piece, and was named Hip Hop Artist of the Year at the BET Hip Hop Awards 2020 and GQ.
She’s currently embattled in a criminal case with Canadian rapper Tory Lanez, who is facing felony charges for allegedly shooting at Megan’s feet during an argument following a pool party at Kylie Jenner’s house in July.
Megan was hospitalized and had bullet fragments removed from both feet. Lanez has denied shooting her and claims Megan and her camp are setting him up.
The theGrio previously reported, Lanez was charged in October with assault with a semiautomatic firearm, personal use of a firearm and carrying a loaded, unregistered firearm in a vehicle. He was also hit with gun charges and allegations of inflicting great bodily injury.
Lanez pleaded not guilty on Tuesday (Nov. 18). If convicted on all charges, he faces 22 years in prison.
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