Megan Thee Stallion, who is presently one of the most talented female rappers has earned herself a deal with Jay Z.
Disclosing her fresh deal on the gram, the young talent flaunted a picture with the legendary Jay-Z alongside a video and wrote: “I would like to announce that I am officially a part of the @rocnation fam,” Meg revealed on Instagram. “The grind don’t stop!”
As per a report from Complex, Megan Thee Stallion will keep dropping music via 1501 Certified Ent/300, but Roc will push her brand as part of their management team.
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Megan Pete (born February 15, 1995), known professionally as Megan Thee Stallion (pronounced “Megan The Stallion”, is an American rapper, singer and songwriter. She released the EP Tina Snow in June 2018. She signed to 300 Entertainment in November 2018, making her the first female rapper on the label. Her first full-length project, Fever, was released on May 17, 2019.
Pete was born and raised in South Park Houston, Texas. Her mother, Holly Thomas, rapped under the name Holly-Wood and would bring her daughter with her to recording sessions, instead of putting Pete in daycare.
Megan Thee Stallion began writing her own raps at age 16. When she revealed to her mother that she wanted to rap, Holly required that Megan wait until she was 21 to pursue rapping as a career. Her mother, although impressed by her daughter‘s rapping skills, commented that her lyrics were too suggestive and “ratchet” for her young age. Once Pete began rapping, she continued writing sexual and “ratchet” lyrics.
In 2013, a clip of Megan Pete (now “Megan Thee Stallion”) went viral, where she was battling against male opponents in a “cypher” while a student at Prairie View A&M University. The viral video helped Pete gain a larger digital presence and following on social media. She has garnered fans by posting her freestyles on her Instagram since college. She refers to her fans as “hotties”, and credits her hyperactive fan base for her early success. She adopted the stage name Megan Thee Stallion because she was referred to as a stallion during adolescence due to her height and beauty. She is 5’10”.
After taking time off school, she resumed her studies at Texas Southern University in health administration, where she is a third year student as of 2019. Megan also attended Pearland High School in Pearland, Texas and graduated in 2013.