Houston hottie Megan The Stallion and pop star Dua Lipa appear to convey out one of the best in one another creatively.
On Friday (March 11), Megan Thee Stallion delivered the vividly spooky, and attractive music video for her daring “Sweetest Pie” collaboration with Dua Lipa and promptly jumped on Twitter to debate how her love for movies of the horror style impressed the discharge.
“I see that the #SweetestPie video scared some folks or creeped them out a lil bit… lol MISSION ACCOMPLISHED what number of instances do I’ve to say I like horror movies/ aesthetics,” she wrote.
Together with itemizing a number of of her favourite thrillers, which embrace the 1981 model of Evil Lifeless directed by Sam Raimi, Meg additionally replied to a person who appeared to accuse the Good Information MC of selling sinister imagery within the Dave Meyers-directed “Sweetest Pie” visible.
“The symbolism of the video was how when males come for me I eat they ass up each time and even when y’all go on y’all’s witch hunts attacking girls for no matter causes y’all make up we nonetheless rise from the ashes stronger than ever,” Megan The Stallion wrote.
Megan The Stallion additionally gave much more context on “Sweetest Pie” throughout her look on the Dua Lipa: At Your Service podcast with the Future Nostalgia vocalist on March 11, revealing there have been a number of variations of the monitor even earlier than Dua Lipa’s vocals reached Meg — which impressed Meg to rewrite her verse but once more.
“I wrote so many variations of this music,” Megan Thee Stallion stated. “Lastly, once I heard your voice on it I used to be like, ‘No – I must rewrite all of this. It’s not adequate [for you]’.”
Dua Lipa and Megan Thee Stallion went on to debate a variety of stimulating matters, together with challenges girls face within the male-dominated music business, Meg’s position within the motion to guard Black girls and extra.
The Warner Music signee has been profitable in her pop-crossover makes an attempt beforehand, after recruiting DaBaby for her “Levitating (Remix)” in October 2020. Dua Lipa has just lately been battling copyright claims related to the hit that allege she stole materials from songwriters L. Russell Brown and Sandy Linzer’s 1979 music “Wiggle and Giggle All Night time” along with “Don Diablo” from 1980.