Beyoncé and Megan Thee Stallion perform ‘Savage Remix’ live
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Beyoncé and Megan Thee Stallion perform 'Savage Remix' live

Megan Thee Stallion recently performed her ‘Savage Remix’ alongside her fellow Houston native Beyoncé as the latter concludes her Renaissance World Tour. The vocalist has performed across Europe and recently played two sold-out shows at the NRG Stadium in her hometown.

The 2020 ‘Savage Remix’ on which Beyoncé featured is a song that has been part of the vocalist’s set on her tour. The ‘Crazy In Love’ singer performed the track at her first show in Sweden, and ever since, it has been a staple on the tour.

Megan Thee Stallion was brought out as a surprise guest so the two artists could perform their Grammy-award-winning track together for the first time. Other surprise guests who have been part of the Renaissance World Tour include Kendrick Lamar, Diana Ross, and the vocalist’s daughter, Blue Ivy.

The tour, which commenced on May 10th at the Friends Arena in Stockholm, is scheduled to conclude on Sunday, October 1st, in Kansas City. Fans en masse have suspected this may be Beyoncé’s last-ever tour.

Megan Thee Stallion, who recently joined Beyoncé on stage, released her solo track ‘Savage’ as the third single for her 2020 EP Suga. However, the song’s remix performed far better than the original and landed at number one on the US Billboard Hot 100 upon its release.

The remix earned Beyoncé and Megan Thee Stallion two Grammy Awards for ‘Best Rap Performance’ and ‘Best Rap Song’. Although they missed out on ‘Record of the Year’ at that year’s ceremony, but the winner, Billy Eilish, proclaimed that the two Houston artists should have got the honour.

Megan Thee Stallion has been on a streak for many years, with tracks such as ‘WAP’ garnering extreme amounts of attention for the rapper. She recently released ‘Bongos’ with Cardi B, which they then performed at the MTV Video Music Awards, and her appearance at Beyoncé’s Houston show is one of many the female emcee has made this year.