Megan Thee Stallion Delivers On New THICK Remix

Houston rapper Megan Thee Stallion is staying busy-busy. The hip-hop star has come through to get everyone into T.G.I.F mode with her new DJ Chose “THICK” remix.

Meg Thee Stallion’s THICK Remix Is Here

Heading into Friday, Chose let the song loose following some initial online promo teasers. The track is nearly four minutes in length and features Stallion throwing down with hard-hitting bars.

DJ Chose knew he had a viral hit on his hands when he saw “Thick” picking up steam on social media these last few months. He decided to add a boost to the song and recruited fellow Texas native Megan Thee Stallion to do her thing on the remix. The track’s originator confirmed on Instagram Thee Stallion swooped in with a much-appreciated and last-minute assist on the track. “Love you Megan,” DJ Chose writes under her post. “Thank you for comin’ through in the Clutch.” (REVOLT TV)

Meg Thee Stallion’s THICK remix is here.

Megan Thee Stallion’s Weekly Freestyles

This week, Stallion went to her social media pages to share the inaugural launch of her weekly freestyles. The H-Town native also vowed to drop the filmed sessions on Mondays.

“I think ima drop these up until my album drop 😛😛🔥🔥🔥🔥 REAL MF HOT GIRL SH*T” –Twitter

“I was supposed to post this last night live from the studio but I think ima drop these every Monday 🔥🔥🔥 follow my Twitter to see the whole thangggg #meganmondays 👀” –Instagram

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I was supposed to post this last night live from the studio but I think ima drop these every Monday 🔥🔥🔥 follow my Twitter to see the whole thangggg #meganmondays 👀

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Megan Thee Stallion’s weekly freestyles are here.
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The Album Hype Is Real

In mid-October 2020, Meg teased fans about what they could expect from her new studio album.

“My album abt to go crazy” -Megan Thee Stallion’s Twitter

Stallion’s WAP Grammys Consideration

According to recent reports, Megan and her “WAP” collaborator Cardi B are going to have to wait it out until 2022 before possibly winning a Grammy award for the chart-topping anthem.