Megan Thee Stallion drops a new album that is basically an ode to her vagina. There really isn’t too much other substance matter on here. Sure, it’s a feel good album and might make you dance here and there. As far as technical bars go, Megan is okay but really isn’t doing a whole lot on the mic with this one. You’ll get a ton of whack features from terrible “rappers” such as Future, Pooh Shiesty, Key Glock, and more. A lot of the beats are very similar and make people want to dance I guess. You’re not really going to get a lot of diversity on this album. Hopefully this was just an album that was thrown out there quick to fulfill a contractual obligation because it sure sounds like it. Megan is definitely good for some shock value when it comes to singles, but when it comes time for the full album, it seems to fall short. If you are looking for a ratchet gynecological soundtrack, then this is your album.
This is mainly a batch of recent freestyles and unreleased songs from Megan Thee Stallion all in one collection. On the mic, Megan actually has some slick lines. She is pretty decent with spitting some face-paced rhymes and throw in some clever punchlines. Sure, she is definitely catering to the wide stream masses with her pop-like rap, but make no mistake, there are some bars in there as well. Of course there is the element of sex in there as well. She spits some nasty bars that make the men sweat throughout this project. The beats on here are definitely faster paced and directed at the club. They are almost reminiscent of the Miami sound of the past. All in all, she does a decent job with this one and she should definitely get some credit for pushing culture forward.
Megan starts out her new album with headshots directed right at Tory Lanez on “Shots Fired” over the “Who Shot Ya” beat. It’s almost certain to convince everyone what a herb that dude is and also a good way to start out this new album. On the mic, Megan is all about sex to sell her product. We’ve clearly seen this play before, but sometimes it can be fun to listen to. A lot of what they do for the beats is flip old classic beats to try to make new songs. Sometimes people can score with songs like that, but sometimes, it can be a poor attempt at paying homage to the greats. I’m not quite sure how it pans out with this project. Some of you may love it and some of you may find it atrocious. I guess the true quality of this project lies in the middle somewhere. While some may find this album fun, others may find it scathing. It’s really hard to put a finger exactly on where this will land.