Watch Megan Thee Stallion’s Youtube Musical Series “Hottieween”

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Hottest in Houston, Megan you stallion, rocked the airwaves Monday night as the first surprise guest at this week’s grand opening NPR Tiny Desk Festival. Performing a 7 song set and supported by a live band at NPR DC HQ, Megan unleashed her biggest hits of Fever and Tina Snow and debuted on the new track “Fuck around” of 300 Entertainment teammates False PPL, which contains a verse from the guest of honor herself and is coming soon. MTS also made a surprise appearance on Saturday Night Live last weekend, in show “Beautiful” with Chance the rapper. Read Megan’s interview with NPR and stay tuned for her Tiny Desk gig later this week.
Megan Thee Stallion will host two Hottie parties this week to celebrate Halloween, tonight in LA and tomorrow in Atlanta, in conjunction with her new YouTube trilogy “Megan Thee Stallion PI in: Hottieween”. The three-part series, designed by Megan, directed by Teyana taylor and with the rapper Dave East and influencer Jay Cole, was inspired by campy horror classics and blaxploitation heroines. The first episode kicked off last night on Meg’s YouTube channel with the second episode airing tonight on October 30 at 9 p.m. EST, and the last one raised from the dead on Hot Girl Halloween on October 31.

All of this news comes right after Megan’s last outing, “Ride or die” featuring VickeeLo from the Queen & Slim soundtrack. Megan adds her southern warmth to the bop anthem, completing another hit month for the rapper who also dated. Gucci Mane and Money bag Yo, alongside his own hit “Cash shit” with DaBaby being certified platinum. Summer may officially be over, but Megan Thee Stallion’s fall reign has only just begun and this year’s Hot Girl Hottieween parties will be the crowning glory!


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