Megan Thee Stallion recently posted to her social media to reveal that she is working on her new album and has some of the baddest women in the game on it.
The Houston Hottie shared an Instagram story to let fans know she is working on her new album and has some of the baddest female artists on it. However, she did not state who.
Since many fans may be left wondering, SOHH has made a list of five female artists who could be featured on the “Pimpin” artist’s upcoming project.
A Megan Thee Stallion and Latto track would be very needed with this new album.
Latto is now using her platform to spread awareness about women’s rights.
The Good News singer has always promoted female empowerment and support, so Hotties can expect an anthem from these two.
2. Cardi B
The “Don’t Stop” rapper has worked with Cardi B on numerous projects, ranging from music to television.
Another “WAP” could be on the horizon for these two artists or something more iconic.
3. Nicki Minaj
We have not seen a Nicki Minaj and Megan Thee Stallion collaboration since “Hot Girl Summer” in 2019.
Although there was some speculated beef between the two women, the “Pressurelicious” rapper cleared the air in an interview and explained that there is no beef and that they are on good terms.
The hip-hop community may get another “Hot Girl Summer Pt. 2.” Fans can only dream.
4. Layton Greene
The “Cash Sh*t” artist is no stranger to the world of R&B.
She has worked with singers like SZA, Beyonce, and Kehlani.
A Layton Greene feature would be what fans are looking for if the Fever rapper is looking to become more vulnerable in her music.
5. Flo Milli
With hit songs such as “Conceited,” “In The Party,” and “BedTime,” Flo Milli has made a name for herself within the industry.
The “Bless The Booth Freestyle” artist is known to have that battle rap flair in her music, so if we see both on a song together, it would be phenomenal.
Megan Thee Stallion And Big Sean Sued Over Stolen Lyrics
In other news, Megan Thee Stallion and Big Sean are being sued in a federal court by a songwriting duo from Detroit.
The pair accuse the artists of stealing lyrics from them and using them in their music.
Duawn Payne and Harrell Jones are suing Megan, Sean, Universal music, and 1501 Entertainment.