Megan Thee Stallion Stuns w/ Mane Attraction

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New Megan Thee Stallion Freestyle Over Gucci Mane Beat

Megan Thee Stallion continues to captivate fans with her sharp lyrical prowess, most recently by dropping a fiery freestyle over a classic Gucci Mane beat for her new ‘#MeganMonday’ series. This freestyle showcases her distinctive flow and confident persona as she spits lines like,

“Show a new b*tch that ain’t Megan coded/ Show a beat I was on and ain’t rode it/ If she think she the sh*t, I’m the colon/ My pen gets gutter, I’m bowling.”

Listen to Megan’s freestyle and the original Gucci Mane track below.

Launch of ‘#MeganMonday’ and ‘Megan May’

Her latest freestyle release is part of her ‘#MeganMonday’ series, which coincides with the launch of ‘Megan May,’ a month-long celebration filled with new releases and other surprises for her fans. This initiative has been building anticipation for her upcoming album, which she has been teasing. Fans eagerly await her new project, particularly after her recent album, Traumazine, received critical acclaim.


Megan Thee Stallion’s Impressive Freestyle Skills

Megan’s freestyle flows seamlessly, carrying her signature mix of sharp wit and fearless energy. The classic Gucci Mane beat provides a perfect backdrop, adding a nostalgic flavor that contrasts well with her modern, rapid-fire delivery. With these new ventures, she continues to assert her influence as a dominant force in the rap world.

What do you think of Megan’s latest freestyle, and are you excited about what else ‘#MeganMonday’ and ‘Megan May’ might bring?


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