Megan Thee Stallion Knows She’s "Striking A Nerve" With Gritty, Freaky Lyrics

Megan Thee Stallion Knows She’s "Striking A Nerve" With Gritty, Freaky Lyrics


Houston’s Megan Thee Stallion is having fun with her rise to the highest, and the latest signee to 300 Entertainment is making a buzz in hip hop. The 24-year-old took the web by storm along with her “Big Ole Freak” single that impressed a twerking, booty shakin’, problem that is sweeping Instagram. Helping to proceed the dialog about her music, the rapper caught up with Rolling Stone for her first characteristic with the journal to speak concerning the evolution of her rap persona, one thing that started when she began writing rhymes at simply seven-years-old.

“I really feel like I’ve to placed on for my metropolis, as a result of we now have so many legends and so many greats,” Megan mentioned. “But I don’t really feel like we ever actually had a feminine rapper come from Houston or Texas and shut s**t down. So that’s the place I’m coming from with it.” Readers have been stunned to study that Megan continues to be enrolled in school at Texas Southern University and continues to attend class as a full-time scholar.

“I strive to not make me being a rapper an enormous deal,” she says. “Just like I’m lacking class generally as a result of I’ve to do a present, someone [else] missed a category as a result of they don’t need to be there. They can’t deal with both of us no completely different. I simply attempt to get all my work performed and turned in as quickly as I can.”

Megan Thee Stallion has additionally been criticized for her sexually specific lyrics, regardless that she is not the primary feminine rapper to take action (what number of Lil Kim songs are you able to title?). When requested about detrimental responses to her rhymes, she famous the double commonplace. “You let the boys come up in right here and speak about how they gon’ run a practice on all our pals and so they need some head and so they need to shoot every little thing up, and so they need to do medicine,” she says. “Well, we must always be capable of go equally as arduous. I don’t need to hear none of that ‘That’s offensive!’ or ‘All she speak about is pussy.’ I do know I’m putting a nerve that’s pissing that one particular man off.”