Lil Baby Recruits Megan Thee Stallion For “On Me (Remix)” But Fans Wanted Omeretta

Lil Baby taps Megan Thee Stallion for a remix of his December 2020 single “On Me.” This, however, is to the displeasure of many fans who were requesting that the remix be done with other female artists, including Lakeyah, Mulatto, Omeretta, or Nicki Minaj. Some fans expressed that while they love the “Body” rapper, they are tired of seeing her on features.

“I’m getting tired of Meg the stallion on features pick someone else. Smh,” one critic wrote meanwhile another added, “I love Meg but she doesn’t need to be on everything. There’s so many other female rappers that would’ve snapped on this.”

The 26-year-old rapper has been featured on several songs, including Cardi B’s “WAP,” Maroon 5’s “Beautiful Mistakes,” “Yo Gotti’s “Pose,” among others.

Lil Baby’s “On Me” was released in December along with another single, “Errbody,” to commemorate his 26th birthday. The music video captures the rapper and his friends on expensive rides, jet-skiing, on a private jet and yacht, and basically living their best life. The latest release features a more colorful and expressive take on the topic.

The director of the video, Mike Ho, has been receiving his fair share of commendations for the contrast in scenery, ice, and fire, both beautiful in their own way. The music video features Lil Baby performing his verse before a beautiful icy fortress with Megan lip-syncing beside him and Megan performing her verse atop a roaring volcano, and at intervals, in a tundra setting.

Despite the negative comments, the song and video have been gaining traction from the public, as the two are still well-loved by their respective fans.

Both Megan Thee Stallion, whose real name is Megan Pete, and Lil Baby, whose real name is Dominique Jones, performed at the 63rd Grammy Awards earlier this year. Lil Baby’s unforgettable performance of “The Bigger Picture,” during which he channeled the Black Lives Matter rallies, and Megan’s spicy stripper-themed performance of WAP with Cardi B received a large number of views and comments (still both negative and positive). In addition, that night, Megan won three Grammys for Best New Artist, Best Rap Performance, and Best Rap Song for her “Savage” remix with Beyonce. This, therefore, means that, amid the negative comments, Meg is still doing something right.

It appears that some fans wanted Omeretta on the remix but Lil Baby opted to get Thee Stallion who has a resume of creating big hits with other rappers.

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Migos Gets Their Flowers From Miley Cyrus On ‘Hannah Montana’ 15th Anniversary

Miley Cyrus honors Migos with flowers on the 15th anniversary of Hanna Montana.

The Disney sitcom Hannah Montana, which ran for four seasons, will always represent sentimental childhood memories for many adults today. In its innocent inception, the show featured a teenage girl, Miley Cyrus, who lived a double life as a famous pop singer, Hannah Montana, and highlighted the struggles she constantly faced to conceal her true identity.

Today marks 15 years since the premiere of the first episode in 2006, and to commemorate, American Hip Hop Trio Migos received flowers from Miley Cyrus. Migos dropped their infamous single “Hannah Montana” in 2013, an innuendo used in the drug trade.

Their youthful and infectious energy in the song and video, which has gained over 15 million views on YouTube, is quite impressive.

Fans have resurfaced beneath the video since Miley’s kind actions, commenting, “Got here after seeing Miley sent flowers to Quavo for being part of the Hannah Montana’s history,” and “new Migos fans don’t have a d*mn clue this exists.”

The Migos group, formed in 2008, consists of rappers Quavo, Offset, and Takeoff. The Migos are popular for singles like “Versace” (2013), “Fight Night” (2014), and “Look at my Dab” (2015). But the song considered one of their most successful singles, “Bad and Boujee” (featuring Lil Uzi Vert) in 2016, earned them a Grammy nomination for Best Rap Performance. Since then, they have snagged numerous hit, including 2017’s “Motorsport” with Cardi B and Nicki Minaj and “Walk it, Talk it” featuring Drake in 2018, just to name a few.

The record “Hannah Montana” played an integral part in encouraging women who “don’t got alot of b**ty to still go crazy” and assisted in forging the ‘twerk culture.’

Offset and Quavo took to Instagram to share photos of the floral arrangements Miley sent, with the note “I [love] your song about me! Keep rockin’! – Love, Hannah Montana.”

Migos are just about ready to release Culture III, due in the spring of 2021.

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Beyonce Shares Grammy Celebratory Clip With Jay-Z & Megan Thee Stallion

Beyoncé is celebrating her record-setting Grammy win with a tribute video on Instagram.

This year’s Grammys was expected to be less eventful than previous installments, but it turned out to be a monumental occasion for some artists. While the show recorded a record low watch audience, it still created a heavy online buzz for the history that was made. Beyoncé became the female artist and singer (both male and female) with the most Grammy awards to her name. In addition, the Carter family celebrated a new Grammy Award winner in the family when Blue Ivy became the second-youngest ever to cop the coveted award for her role in Bey’s “Black Parade.”

After taking a couple days to digest her record-breaking success, Beyoncé took to Instagram TV to highlight the win in a nostalgic reel that showcased her previous Grammy appearances. The singer has now earned 28 Grammy Awards in total. In the video, we got a glimpse of her earning each of the awards over the course of her career spanning two decades. Beyoncé also celebrated her daughter Blue on her first Grammy win. The 9-year-old appeared in the video, holding her own gramophone and sipping from it with a straw.

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While accepting her award for Best R&B Performance for her song, “Black Parade,” Bey congratulated Blu and talked about how proud she was of her. The event was truly a special one for the entire Carter family. Beyoncé took home four awards on Grammy night, including Best Music Video for “Brown Skin Girl” as well as Best Rap Song and Best Rap Performance for “Savage” with Megan Thee Stallion. This put the singer at 28 Grammys in total, a new record for any singer and any female artist ever.

Beyonce captioned the video she posted on Instagram with a blue heart. “LEGEND,” one fan commented. “You better toot your own horn!!! You been humble for tooooo long,” wrote another. The reminiscent video has garnered more than a million and a half views in the first few hours.

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Megan The Stallion Disagrees With The Weeknd Saying Grammys Rigged

Megan Thee Stallion doesn’t think the Grammys is rigged which is a staunch contrast from other artists like The Weeknd.

When discussing the Grammy’s you’re bound to get a slew of mixed reactions, both positive and negative in nature. Each year following the aftermath of the event, many entertainers take to social media to give their opinions on the legendary proceedings. This year was no different as upon conclusion of the 63rd annual Grammy Awards show held on Sunday, there were still a few artists and music industry players who felt that the entire process to select winners yearly is a “rigged one”. Numerous individuals have hit out, calling the annual show “corrupt and sexist,” and some have even dared say it is biased for “the white male.”

Entertainers who have cried foul over the annual awards show include Canadian singer The Weeknd, Kanye West, Nicki Minaj, and recently rapper Lil Wayne to name a few. Addressing this year’s event, Wayne boldly tweeted, “F**k the Grammys.”

But is there any merit to their claims? It depends on who you consult with, but it seems this topic is not one that will be definitively concluded. The other side of this spectrum sees some entertainers having a more balanced view. One such entertainer is rap superstar Megan Thee Stallion who is fresh off her wins last night at the Grammy’s.

TMZ caught up with the “Body” rapper and asked her to give her views on artists calling the Grammys “rigged.” Megan said, “Hell no the Grammys ain’t rigged. B**ch, you lose some you win some.” The rapper was further questioned about her thoughts on singer The Weeknd boycotting the Grammys, to which she expressed, “We love The Weeknd, we stan.”

The Weeknd reportedly decided to boycott this year’s Grammy’s, and he also recently declared that he would not be submitting any future music to the Recording Academy. He told the New York Times, “Because of the secret committees, I will no longer allow my label to submit my music to the Grammys.”

Last November, The Weeknd, just like Nicki Minaj, did take a shot at the Recording Academy for being snubbed. Addressing the association, he wrote, “The Grammys remain corrupt. You owe me, my fans and the industry the transparency.”

In Megan’s case, congratulations are in order after she copped awards for Best New Artist, Best Rap Song for the track “Savage (Remix)” which features Beyoncé, and also Best Rap Performance. She was even bestowed with further accolades from singer Billie Eilish who won Best Record of the Year and dedicated her win to Megan, stating that she thought the Houston hottie should have won. With this, many have opted to inform Megan that she has not felt the cold, bitter hand of being snubbed by the Grammy’s.

Beyoncé Honors Blue Ivy In Powerful Speech At The Grammys

Beyoncé created history on Sunday night at the 63rd Grammy Awards where she became the most decorated woman and artist in Grammy history, the same night her daughter also won her first Grammy at just nine years old, making her the second-youngest person to win a Grammy.

Beyoncé declined to perform at the Grammy’s this year in spite of being the most nominated artist this year with 9 nominations. At the end of the night, Queen Bey won the Grammy for Best R&B Performance. That was the award that made her become the most awarded female artist at the Grammys with 28 lifetime wins.

Beyoncé, while accepting the award, marveled at the achievement which she says began as a little girl while also giving a special shout out to her daughters Blue Ivy and Rumi, and son Sir Carter.

She acknowledged Blue Ivy’s win for her writing and other contributions to her and Beyoncé’s “Brown Skin Girl,” which also won the Best Music Video category.

“Thank you guys so much,” Beyonce said as she made history. “I am so honored. I am so excited. Thank you guys. As an artist, I believe it’s my job and all of our jobs to reflect the times. It has been such a difficult time so I wanted to uplift, encourage, and celebrate all of the beautiful Black queens and Kings that continue to inspire me and inspire the whole world. This is so overwhelming.”

She added that “I’ve been working for my whole life, since nine years old, and I can’t believe this happened. This is such a magical night.”

“Congratulations Blue. She won a Grammy tonight. I’m so proud of you, and I’m so honored to be your mommy, all of your mommys. Y’all are my babies. And I’m so proud of y’all,” she ended as she thanked her family and her husband and rapper Jay-Z, who made a surprise Grammy appearance with her.

Beyoncé’s nominations for this year’s Grammys included “Black Parade” which was nominated for Record of the Year, Song of the Year, Best R&B Performance, and Best R&B Song. Queen Bey’s collaboration with Megan Thee Stallion, “Savage,” picked up a nomination for Record of the Year, Best Rap Performance, and Best Rap Song. Her album Black Is King was also nominated for Best Music Film.

Beyonce makes history as the most awarded woman in Grammy history, also the most awarded singer, male/female, as she wins Best R&B Performance at the #Grammys.


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