Megan Thee Stallion Treats Fans to Unreleased Music

The 15-track mixtape features freestyles and includes production by the H-Town hottie.

By Shelby Stewart October 28, 2021

Megan Thee Stallion's Something For The Hotties will be available to stream Friday. 

Megan Thee Stallion has been keeping busy this year.

Earlier this month, the Houston native announced her collaboration with Popeye’s for “Hottie Sauce,” and also revealed that she’s on track to graduate from Texas Southern University at the end of this year. To celebrate all of this good news, Megan is supplying her fans with a treat before Halloween. 

The Houston emcee announced the release of her new project, Something For Thee Hotties: From Thee Archives, a compilation of some of the H-Town Hottie’s most praised freestyles, along with new, unreleased music.

Something For Thee Hotties marks Megan’s first music release since her debut album, Good News, which came out a year ago. 

"My gift to my hotties 10/29," she captioned an Instagram post sharing the news. "Freestyles y'all been asking for plus a few unreleased songs from my archives to hold y'all over for the rest of the year." 

Unlike previous releases, Something For The Hotties is absent of features, which Megan confirmed during a Q&A on Twitter with fans.”

Megan also shared that not only is she in front of the mic, but she also has some production credits. Just yesterday, she released the tracklist for the project, which includes viral freestyles such as “Megan Monday,” and “Outta Town Freestyle,” as well as fan-favorite, “Bless The Booth.” 

She says this project should hold fans over for the rest of the year. Pulling some of Megan's freestyles out of the vault is a really special treat. We also like her devil costume which reminds us of the classic comic character Hot Stuff

Megan shared on social media that she may create a music video for one of the songs on the project, depending on which one” fans like the most.” 

Something For Thee Hotties: From Thee Archives will be released on Friday, October 29, 2021. 

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