Megan Thee Stallion freestyles over Gucci Mane classic
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Megan Thee Stallion freestyles over Gucci Mane classic

Megan Thee Stallion (commonly referred to as Meg) is the ultimate new-generation female rapper. Along with the likes of Cardi B and, more recently, GloRilla, she is one of the many female rappers who are set to replace and surpass Nicki Minaj as a new era of female rap begins.

The Houston lyricist (real name Megan Pete) has recently begun a new freestyle series as she gives fans a taste of what’s to come on her upcoming album. She has commenced her album campaign with a series called #MeganMondays. Every Monday, the Texan emcees over a well-known beat.

This most recent Monday, Pete rhymed over Gucci Mane’s 2010 classic hit, ‘I Think I Love Her.’ The Lex Luger-produced track was featured on Gucci’s Ferrari Music mixtape with DJ Drama.

Over the iconic beat, Pete rapped, “Show a new bitch that ain’t Megan coded / Show a beat I was on and ain’t rode it / If she think she the shit, I’m the colon / My pen gets gutter, I’m bowling.”

Furthermore, the ‘Hiss’ artist has continued to push the serpent-themed aesthetic of her forthcoming album rollout after recently releasing a photo that depicts her “shedding” her skin as well as her clothes.

Underneath her most recent Instagram post, Pete wrote the caption, “Hotties, it’s officially MEGAN MAY [snake emoji] Get ready.” Memphis artist Juicy J was one of many musicians who commented under the picture, writing, “Yes sir [three fire emojis].”

Pete is preparing to go on a tour, which will commence on May 14th. The Hot Girl Summer Tour will begin in Minneapolis, and GloRilla will accompany the ‘WAP’ artist on her trek. After its North America leg, the tour heads overseas in July.

Megan has recently been on a hiatus and has been focusing on her mental and physical health. In an interview with the magazine Women’s Health, Pete revealed, “It took me a while to acknowledge that I was depressed. But once I started talking to a therapist, I was able to be truthful with myself.”

You can listen to Pete’s first edition of #MegMondays in the video below.