Meg Thee Stallion’s ‘Thot Sh*t’ Pushes Women Empowerment Forward

Houston‘s current hip-hop champion Meg The Stallion just dropped “Thot Sh*t.” If you haven’t heard the track or watched the video yet, we gotcha down below. But first it’s time we acknowledge how Megan and many other current female hip-hop artists are making more waves than their male counterparts right now.


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So it has us to thinking… with ‘Thot S**t’, Megan is turning a female slur into a women’s empowerment anthem. Megan The Stallion is just one of many incredible female artists continuing to raise their voices for feminism over the years through their music. First, let’s take a look at some of the pioneers…

Aretha FranklinRespect (1967), Chaka KhanI’m Every Woman (1978), Janet JacksonNasty (1986), MC LytePaper Thin (1988), TLCNo Scrubs (1992), Queen LatifahU.N.I.T.Y. (1993), Mary J. BligeBe Happy (1994), Lil KimGet Money (1995), Destiny’s ChildIndependent Women (1999)

These incredible women and so many more have used their influence & status to help build each other up. Leading the way for women like Meg Thee Stallion to do their thing. Speaking of…

Mary J. BligeJust Fine (2007), Beyonce’Run The World (Girls) (2011), Alicia KeysGirl On Fire (2012), Nicki MinajFeeling Myself (2014), SZADoves In The Wind (2017), City GirlsPanties n’ Bra (2018), Cardi BGet Up 10 (2018), Megan Thee StallionThot S**t (2020)

These women represent only a small portion of empowering female musicians and artists that continue to add to their already legendary catalogues and careers. The list could go on forever as more and more emerging female musical powerhouses debut their crafts. Drop your top 5 favs and let me know what tracks I missed.