Megan Thee “Stalli” is turning into the queen of collabs. This time she’s teamed up with Slime season legend Young Thug for their latest released single “Don’t Stop.”
Thee Stallion and Thug channel their inner fantasy dreams for this eccentric and fantastical music video. During the video, you’ll see references from the classic stories Alice in Wonderland and Edward Scissorhands.
Megan has had a hell of a year with her release of collaborations with some of the industry’s most heavy hitting artists to ever dominate the game. She’s had singles with Cardi B (“WAP”), Nicki Minaj (“Hot Girl Summer”), and Beyoncé (“Savage” remix). To make things even better, “WAP” and the remix to “Savage” were both recently nominated for an American Music Award. Meg earned three more AMA nominations including Best New Artist. What can she not do at this point?
Megan Thee Stallion and Young Thug are actually one of the best rap duos to finally be given the chance to showcase their talents. With their unique vibes and intense energy, they feed off each other’s cocky lyrics as they rap why they’re the best at what they do.
Another fun fact about the “Don’t Stop” video is that the makeup look Meg’s seen wearing with her two ponytails, is actually done by her own hand. Why doesn’t Megan add MUA to her list of credentials is something I need answers to! Check out this insanely amazing job she did for the video below.
What’s a Megan Thee Stallion video without showing off her mesmerizing twerking skills? I love that Megan isn’t afraid to be who she is despite any critics that have anything to say on her wardrobe, dances, and lyrics. If Young Thug can spit and brag about his drip and talents in the bedroom, then why can’t she? And Megan continues to prove she can definitely keep up with the top male rap artists in the game as well.
Warning: This video contains mature lyrics and images.
Check out Megan Thee Stallion & Young Thug’s “Don’t Stop” at the link below!
Find out how many AMAs Megan walks away with on the “American Music Awards” airing on ABC, Sunday, November 22nd, at 7:00pm.
By Kori Barnes, Junior, UNLV