Megan Thee Stallion “Traumazine”

Bette Brewington, Writer

Megan Thee Stallion drops her new album “Traumazine” on August 12, 2022. Twenty-seven-year-old African-American rapper, Megan Pete better known as Megan Thee Stallion started her rap career in 2016 and had her first hit song “Big ol Freak’ in 2018, Megan is worth 8 million dollars and has won three Grammys. 

Megan Thee Stallion’s album “Traumazine” is unlike any other album by Megan, “Traumazine” shows a more vulnerable side of Megan and takes fans and listeners into her emotions while staying true to Megan’s flow and style of rap. “Traumazine” is a combo of confidence and emotionally relatable songs. It’s a very diverse set of music, a little bit of everyone. 

The album features Key Glock, Rico Nasty, Latto, Pooh Shiesty, Jhené Aiko, Future, and Dua Lipa. It has 18 songs and three official music videos. Megan’s song, “Anxiety” is her most vulnerable song saying, “If I could send a letter to heaven I would tell my momma that I should have been listening, and I would tell her sorry that I really been wildin. And ask her to forgive me cause I really been trying” which is a verse directed to her mother who passed away in March 2019. Also, she continues, “And I would ask please, show me who been real And get ’em from around me if they all been fake It’s crazy how I say the same prayers to the Lord And always get surprised about who he take.” corresponding to all the friends she has lost through her career. The “Traimazine” album is a little for everyone and very personal and can connect to a lot of people in a lot of ways.