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Megan Thee Stallion Drops The Music Video ON HER BEHALF Latest Single Her

Megan Thee Stallion recently released her latest studio album Traumazine, and she just dropped a fresh visual on her behalf latest single from the project as she continues with her album rollout.

On Monday, Megan released the music video on her behalf new single Her, which appears on her behalf new project. She debuted the song before a crowd your day of her album release when she hit the stage for HELLO Americas Summer Concert Series in NEW YORK.

She followed up with the songs official visuals, which are shot in Black & White, and captures Megan wearing a few of the latest fashions while performing some choreographed moves.

The release of Megans latest album came as a last-minute surprise as she announced the albums release 1 day beforehand. Earlier the other day, she took to Twitter to talk about her frustrations in what it takes on her behalf to drop music.

At that time she said,

Yall know I usually end up having dropping my music under this label, each one of these games and needing to head to court merely to released my art has been stressful.

The next day she announced her album will be released after sharing that her cover art, tracklist, and also part of a song had already leaked.

Soon after Megan and Carl Crawford, who’s the CEO of her current label 1501 Entertainment, threw subliminal messages at one another via social media marketing as he denied the claims he had anything regarding any leaks. He even accused Megan of using leaks being an excuse to abruptly release her album.

Nonetheless, Megan is following through with the rollout on her behalf latest project. Browse the full She, music video below:

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TSR STAFF: Jade Ashley @Jade_Ashley94

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