Megan Thee Stallion Talks Recent Grammy Nominations, Her ‘Body’ Music Video, Possibly Collaborating w/DaBaby, Receiving Advice From Beyoncé & Jay Z + More On SiriusXM

Megan Thee Stallion Talks Recent Grammy Nominations, Her 'Body' Music Video, Possibly Collaborating w/DaBaby, Receiving Advice From Beyoncé & Jay Z + More On SiriusXM

Megan Thee Stallion called in to SiriusXM to promote her new album ‘Good News’.

While talking to SiriusXM’s Swaggy Sie on SiriusXM’s Hip Hop Nation, Megan Thee Stallion spoke about her recent Grammy nominations, revealing that her first call once she found out was to her grandmother who asked her what this meant, Megan Thee Stallion’s response to her grandmother was “It means I’m the shit.” Megan Thee Stallion also spoke with SiriusXM’s Swaggy Sie about her chemistry with DaBaby and any possible collaborations saying “That is something that we often talk about. So now that I got my album done and he just dropped his EP, we definitely need to get to work on that.”

SiriusXM’s Swaggy Sie also spoke with Megan about her “Body” music video which featured special cameos and the importance of Mental Health with Megan saying: “I just recently, you know, started figuring out how to take care of me better, but spending more time by myself, like has definitely put me in a better mind frame. Like I feel like I used to take in so many people’s energies and so many people’s like their mood was affecting me. Like once I started like figuring out, okay, I need to just take some time to myself. I’m gonna holler at y’all when I get done. Um, I start feeling like way better. So now since I’ve been hanging out with Meg, Like everything’s been going so good.”

Megan The Stallion also spoke with SiriusXM’s Mina SayWhat on SiriusXM’s The Heat about her new album, with Mina SayWhat asking about receiving advice from Beyoncé and Jay Z. Megan The Stallion saying “They are just, they, they know how much they mean to me. Like even before I knew them and just being a fan I’m like, Beyoncé just knows that she is the standard. And to have somebody like her always encouraging me and somebody like Jay, always giving me those words of inspiration, words of encouragement, those keep going, keep pushing that advice from time to time. Like, I feel like I must be doing something right, because the people that I would have been looked, the only people that I would have been asking in the first place for their advice is actually voluntarily giving it to me and voluntarily, you know, hyping me up. So I feel real good about that.”

Megan Thee Stallion’s interview with SiriusXM’s Swaggy Sie will air on SiriusXM’s Hip Hop Nation on Saturday, November 28 at 5:00 pm ET.

Megan Thee Stallion Talks Recent Grammy Nominations, Her 'Body' Music Video, Possibly Collaborating w/DaBaby, Receiving Advice From Beyoncé & Jay Z + More On SiriusXM

Megan Thee Stallion on her Grammy nominations:

Swaggy Sie: We got even more good news. I want to say, just congratulations. A few Grammy nominations came in, uh, including for best new artists. So how are you feeling about that?

Megan Thee Stallion: I feel really great. I feel really blessed. Um, I always make music for myself that I really like. I’m making music that I know my hotties are gonna like, and that’s, what’s always super important, but to get the acknowledgement, um, to get the Grammy nominations, I’m like, you guys really love me.

Swaggy Sie: How did you feel like that moment? When, when you got the news, like where you like crying, were you like screaming?

Megan Thee Stallion: I was caught off guard because I was presenting like the nominees for another category and all of a sudden it was like, and Megan, and guess what? You are actually nominated for a few Grammys yourself. And I was like ‘what!’, so I had to call my grandma.

Megan Thee Stallion breaks down body positivity & “Body” music video:

Megan Thee Stallion: Like all the women in the video are women that I know and women that I felt like let’s put a little, let’s put some light, shine some light on your body girl. Cause you banging. Like we got to let the people know. I mean, we, we all know that Jordyn [Woods] is fine. We all know that [Blac] Chyna is fine. I had Tabria in the video. She’s thick and juicy, you know. Taraji, like just, she has been like such a role model. I feel like to black women for so long. Um, I’m like we got, rappers, y’all see this [laughs] y’all know about Taraji. But no, like Taraji is so fired and I really wanted to like highlight how beautiful I think she is. So I had to get her in the Body video.

Megan Thee Stallion explains the importance of mental health:

Megan Thee Stallion: I just recently, you know, started figuring out how to take care of me better, but spending more time by myself, like has definitely put me in a better mind frame. Like I feel like I used to take in so many people’s energies and so many people’s like their mood was affecting me. Like once I started like figuring out, okay, I need to just take some time to myself. I’m gonna holler at y’all when I get done. Um, I start feeling like way better. So now since I’ve been hanging out with Meg, Like everything’s been going so good.

Megan Thee Stallion on her chemistry with DaBaby and possibly collaborating:

Megan Thee Stallion: That is something that we often talk about. So now that I got my album done and he just dropped his EP, we definitely need to get to work on that.

Megan Thee Stallion’s interview with SiriusXM’s Mina SayWhat will air on SiriusXM’s The Heat on Tuesday, December 1 at 8:00 pm ET.

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Megan Thee Stallion on receiving advice from Beyoncé and Jay-Z:

Megan Thee Stallion: They are just, they, they know how much they mean to me. Like even before I knew them and just being a fan I’m like, Beyoncé just knows that she is the standard. And to have somebody like her always encouraging me and somebody like Jay, always giving me those words of inspiration, words of encouragement, those keep going, keep pushing that advice from time to time. Like, I feel like I must be doing something right, because the people that I would have been looked, the only people that I would have been asking in the first place for their advice is actually voluntarily giving it to me and voluntarily, you know, hyping me up. So I feel real good about that.

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