Megan Thee Stallion’s New Single “Her”
The Houston hot girl Megan Thee Stallion released a black-and-white visual for “Her” on August 15th. “Her” is a single from the rapper’s second album Traumazine that arrived on August 19th. The house influenced record is a change of pace for Megan Thee Stallion, but has become a fan favorite off of Traumazine. The music video is different from the usual Megan Thee Stallion video, incorporating a more classy side of the rapper. Undoubtedly, the lyrics in “Her” embrace the “Savage” rapper’s usual hot, braggadocios and confident persona. The video shows the rapper and dancers strutting in sexy skin tight outfits.
“Her” Music Video
In detail, the music video begins with Megan sporting a skin-tight black body-con dress and gloves. Her long black hair is bone straight and slicked back. The black gloves, leather boots, and leotards worn by the dancers exude an chic old-fashioned aesthetic. Next, the rapper stuns in a fitted snakeskin jumpsuit while the dancers sport silver metallic leotards. Megan appears in blonde straight hair with a middle-part in this scene while the dancers rock blonde bobs. The rapper’s third outfit is a sexy jumpsuit with revealing cutouts and minimal coverage. The dancers in the back are dressed in white long sleeve bodysuits and black leather boots. We see multiple Megan’s appear in different visuals including the final scene where she raps back and forth with herself using trick photography.
Music Video Reactions
Importantly, Megan has received praise online for the song as well as the video. Fans appreciate top tier choreo, skilled dancers, creative outfits and visuals. Also, the vogue and ballroom elements integrated in the video are well respected.
In conclusion, Megan Thee Stallion is that bitch and will forever be that bitch! “Her” dismisses the rappers haters and proves Megan is still that confident and unapologetic rapper we fell in love with. What people do or say doesn’t phase Megan, and nothing will break her.
“’Cause the hate campaign ain’t workin’ at all
I ain’t Jack or Jill, bitch, I ain’t gon’ fall”