Megan Thee Stallion attends the 2024 Planned Parenthood Of Greater New York Gala on April 16, 2024 in New York City.

Megan Thee Stallion came out on top with her highly anticipated album on Friday (June 28). The Houston rapper’s third studio album, MEGAN, came with 18 tracks, plenty of anime references, unapologetic disses, raw emotions, and features with our favorites.

Megan Thee Stallion performs during the Hot Girl Summer Tour at Arena in Los Angeles, Megan Thee Stallion: 5 Of The Best Songs On MEGAN
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As we reported, she announced the new album was on the way earlier this month while performing in Atlanta, Georgia. After the show, she confirmed the surprise news on her social media pages with an artistic photo of the artist coming out of a cocoon and morphing into a butterfly.

Of her new album, the 29-year-old artist said, “This is music I would like if I wasn’t Megan Thee Stallion,” adding that she’s tapping into “other sounds.” She assured her Hotties that the new album is still “very much Megan Thee Stallion. It won’t feel like I went so left. It’ll feel true to me.”

Meg seems to have kept her promise, as MEGAN shows off her evolving and getting better as a rapper, all while having fun in tracks like “BOA,” “Otaku Hot Girl,” and “Mumushi.” Meanwhile, the H-Town hottie calls out every one of her haters in track after track because she is so confident that she is “that bitch” and will prove it time and time again. Fans praised her on social media, and we couldn’t find one bad track on the album. As a long-time fan of Meg 2018’s Tina Snow, there have always been a few songs we loved from her previous albums, this is the first where we didn’t have any songs to delete from our music library.

The Grammy winner debuts the rawest songs we’ve ever heard from her, with songs showing her true feelings about finding her self-worth, stating how she loves men and women, struggling with loneliness, and sharing her love for Japanese culture. We are in full agreement with fans in how authentic and raw Megan’s album conveyed the artist’s evolution. There is a song to fit every mood, with no shortage of fun songs for the Summer.

Keep Scrolling to See 5 of the Best Songs on MEGAN:

  • Accent (feat. GloRilla)

    If there’s one thing we gathered from the first minute of this song, it’s “don’t ever forget that Megan Thee Stallion is thick.” As the Texas native states: “I’m thicker than my accent,” “Bitch, I’m thicker than your bifocals,” “I’m thicker than your bloodline,” “Thicker than a Popeyes biscuit,” “You would think that ‘through thick and thin’ was a phrase that I invented.” Meg and GloRilla blew us away with their “Wanna Be” track from the Tennessee artist’s Ehhthang Ehhthang album, the dynamic duo did it again on “Accent.” GloRilla commanded total attention when her verse came on halfway through the track, confidently stating, “Whatever I do be cool, n—-s love a Memphis bitch.”

  • Otaku Hot Girl

    As an anime fan just like Hot Girl Meg, this song is so much fun to me. It’s very playful in the way that she weaves in all of her references. First off, the artist got the English voice actor for the anime character Yuji from Jujutsu Kaisen to say: “I like a tall woman, with a nice, big a–. Just sayin’! Like Grammy-winner Megan Thee Stallion.” Then, the rapper starts off with some fire in the chorus: “Can’t touch me like Gojo. Look good in all my photos. Just landed in Kyoto. I’m worldwide, these bitches local. Arigato!” Of all the new tracks, this was the first one that made us listen to a few times over and over.

  • BOA

    When this single dropped, we were immediately a fan. Using Gwen Stefani’s 2004 Love. Angel. Music. Baby. song “What You Waiting For?,” Meg tips her hat to another artist who loves Japanese culture in using the album with Gwen’s Harajuku Girls. The music video is just as fun, with references of classic games like Tekken, Street Fighter, Mortal Kombat, Snake, Dance Dance Revolution, and films like Scott Pilgrim vs. the World and Jumanji.

  • Mamushi (feat. Yuki Chiba)

    Sorry, not sorry for adding another Japanese-inspired track to the best of list. This is the first time the rapper has included songs on a studio album with collaborations with Japanese artists, so we are very excited. In this piano-backed rap, Megan copies Japanese rapper Yuki Chiba in speaking Japanese, which we love. The song’s title, “Mamushi,” actually means “the darkest one” in Japanese, is a venomous snake found widely in the country.

  • Miami Blue

    For those who like a little darker vibe for the summer, that you can still dance and rock to, this is the song for you. “Miami Blue” has a captivating energy to it, with Big K.R.I.T. starting the fifteenth track by rapping, “There must be something in the water.” Megan absolutely went off when she said, “It must bе somethin’ in the water, look how that a– sit. Hе want a bad bitch, Megan Thee Stallion.”

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