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Here's Why Megan Thee Stallion Is Pushing Through To Finish College WITH A Bomb Rap Career, Opens Up About Beyonce & Working With Boss Chicks

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Megan Thee Stallion opens up about why she's finishing school even with a poppin' rap career.

 

 

Megan Thee Stallion isn’t letting her record label, 1501 Certified Entertainment, stop her in the least bit. A judge ruled in her favor to release new music, so she’s on the promo trail for her newly released EP, SUGA.

The Houston Hottie sat down for a TIDAL CRWN interview in conversation with TIDAL’s Chief Content Officer, Elliott Wilson.

The FEVER rapper opened up about why she HAS to cop her college degree, chilling with a down-to-earth Beyonce, working with other women in the music industry like singer Kehlani and more.

 

 

Below are the highlights:

On Beyoncé being everything Megan thought she would be:

“She is very humble, she’s like…Beyoncé. But she acts regular and I’m like damn, Beyoncé is nice.”

On balancing senior year of college:

“School is really hard, and I know it’s not just hard cause I’m working. There’s plenty of people that are working and going to school. I know some girls who have kids and working 9-5 graveyard shifts. I know that yall know the struggle…College is not cheap, when I was first starting out in college I took out all them loans. That was not going to waste. My mother, I know she would want me to finish…My grandma who’s still alive was a teacher, so I know she would kick my ass if I quit…I feel like my grandma would literally fly to where I am to pull me off stage to go finish my homework…I’m not a quitter, I like to finish what I start.”

On working with Kehlani:

“I take music so seriously...I like to work with people who are as passionate about it as me. Kehlani takes her craft so seriously, she will fight me on anything about a song, she be fighting a whole team about a song! She be in the studio for days and I really admire her work ethic.”

On inspiration from rappers:

“I grew up on Biggie and Pimp C and Three 6 Mafia…I heard Biggie say that every bar gotta be hard, he treated every project like it was his first project. So in my head I’m thinking people really wanna hear me rap, cause that’s what I like to hear. So when I’m working on my music now, I’m like I gotta make sure I at least have some songs where I’m spitting bars.”

On confidence and working with women:

“When your family puts it in your mind that you’re amazing and you can do anything, that’s what you carry with you your whole life. It was in me from a young age to believe that I was all that, I didn’t know anything else.”

“When you’re a confident person, you’re not trying to claw your way to the top, you just know you naturally gonna make your way to the top. So trying to tear somebody else down, I don’t feel like that’s gonna keep me at my position.”

 

You can check out the interview below: 

 

 

By the way, the Houston native just released the visuals for "Captain Hook" - which she directed. It's a cut off her new EP, SUGA. Check it out below:

 

Photo: Megan's IG

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