Megan Thee Stallion apologizes to absolutely no one on her new release “Girls in the Hood,” which dropped at midnight.
The Houston rapper is in total control on “Hood,” a statement track on which she lets her thoughts be known from the opening stanza.
Channeling Eazy-E’s “Boyz-n-the-Hood” from 1987, Megan fires away: “F— being good, I’m a bad b—-/ I’m sick of motherf—ers tryna tell me how to live.”
She teased the track Wednesday on social media, sharing its cover art and an audio cut.
The “B.I.T.C.H.” rapper has been using her time wisely — and creatively — during the lockdown.
Back in April, she dialled in for a chat with The Tonight Show’s Jimmy Fallon. “I’ve been recording. That’s the best thing about quarantine,” she said. “I would have been working on it anyway, but what else am I going to be doing right now. I’ve just been writing and we set up a little studio in here. So, we’re going to have new music for when we can go back outside.”