Megan Thee Stallion Drops 'Hot Girl Summer' with Nicki Minaj & Ty Dolla $ign

  /  08.08.2019

It’s getting hot in here.

After spawning a phenomenon with her catchphrase, Megan Thee Stallion delivers the soundtrack to her “Hot Girl Summer.” The Houston hottie links up with the Queen, Nicki Minaj, and Ty Dolla $ign on the long-awaited ladies anthem.

On the twerk-ready slapper—produced by Juicy J, Bone Collector, and Crazy Mike—Meg and Nicki deliver some “real hot girl shit” with each of their fiery verses. Ty provides the radio-ready hook (“She a big ole freak / It’s a must that I hit / It’s a hot girl summer so you know she got it lit”) alongside sampled vocals from J.T. of the City Girls.

The Nicki collaboration came together at the last minute. The song had already been recorded before Nicki added a verse following her Instagram Live session with Meg last week. “We just went live together and she literally recorded her verse that night,” Meg told E’s “Daily Pop.” “They sent the song to me and I was like, ‘This is not real life. Y’all are playing right now.'”

Meanwhile, Meg’s “Big Ole Freak” was recently certified gold. She will join Meek Mill and Future on their “Legendary Nights Tour,” which kicks off Aug. 28 in St. Louis.

Drive the boat with the hot girls.


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