Megan Thee Stallion breaks the internet with ‘Good News’
Megan Thee Stallion has overcome insurmountable odds to get to the point she has always dreamed of: releasing her debut album Good News with great anticipation.
Megan Thee Stallion overcomes insurmountable odds
The 25-year-old has navigated the trenches of this treacherous music industry without the guidance of her parents.
As an adolescent orphan, she was either going to settle with her circumstances or break the cycle most black women are stuck in.
She chose the latter and two years into her music career, Thee Stallion is regarded as a prominent star in global entertainment.
Good News is out now on every DSP
The WAP co-instructor dropped off her debut album Good News on Friday, a fitting title for what’s needed in the last few weeks of a horrid year.
“I feel like I had to name my album Good News because we’ve been hearing so much bad news. It’s like, ‘Okay, look, Megan Thee Stallion finally coming with the good news,’” she told Apple Music.
Megan spared no expenses on her features. The 17-track LP includes guest appearances from Beyoncè Knowles-Carter, Young Thug, SZA, 2 Chainz, Popcaan, City Girls, Da Baby and Lil Durk.
Already, the album has received platinum certifications for the three singles Savage Remix, Girls In The Hood and Don’t Stop.
Good News is available on every digital streaming platform. If you have an Apple Music subscription you can stream the album in full right here:
Watch: New album accompanied by Body music video
To accompany her debut release, Megan released the visuals to Body. The raunchy music video is available to watch below: