“Traumazine” is Rapper Megan Thee Stallion’s Perfect Vibe
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“Traumazine” is Rapper Megan Thee Stallion’s Perfect Vibe

“Traumazine” is rapper Megan Thee Stallion’s latest album and the perfect vibe as the summer season begins to come to an end. A cross between hip-hop and r&b, the project is one of the best she has released to date. 

The album artwork is a black & white photo of the rapper’s face three times as if to suggest multiple personality types or that she is a triple threat, both of which could be true. Other promotional photos consistently have three forms of Stallion, fading out. It certainly coincides with the title which includes the word “trauma”, hence “Taumazine”. Listeners are intrigued for what is in store as they listen through the album.

Artists such as Future, Jhene Aiko, Latto, and Dua Lipa are featured, each adding their own musical talent and personality to the collaboration. The collaboration with Dua Lipa has already been a popular Single out on the radio called “Sweetest Pie” and represents motivating sexual femininity. Dua says “You’ve never been to heaven, have you?”. Stallion’s collaboration with rap artist Key Glock hits harder with deep bass, a smooth staccato delivery within the rhythm as each artist performs, and confident energy. 

Stallion’s hard work is truly felt throughout album, from the chosen featured artists, to each musical note, to the lyrics, and staying true to her personal artistry as a strong woman who does not take crap from anyone. The song “Not Nice” seems to be a good representation of who Stallion is as an artist. It’s similar to the saying that women should be “B*tches”, however, the meaning of being a “b*tch” is not to be cruel but to demand respect. In this particular song, “Not Nice”, the rapper knows how valuable she is and earns respect of the music world, the entertainment industry, and the world with her fans. 

Bump Megan Thee Stallion’s new album in your car, your home, anywhere, and check it out available on all platforms. 

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