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Megan Thee Stallion Serves Black & White Visuals For “Her” Video

Photo Credit: Colin Tilley

Just days after releasing her sophomore album Traumazine, Megan Thee Stallion dropped a black and white music video for new single “Her.”

Megan Thee Stallion is serving grayscale realness in her new music video “Her.” The Colin Tilley-directed visual comes days after the release of Meg’s sophomore album Traumazine, which features  Dua Lipa, Key Glock, Lucky Daye, Jhené Aiko, Rico Nasty, Latto, Pooh Shiesty and more.

In the video, Meg raps about shooing off haters while voguing down, even joining backup dancers for a fierce dance breakdown. While on a Traumazine press tour over the weekend, the Houston rapper spoke with Ebro Darden and Nadeska Alexis on Apple Music 1 about the untimely death of her mother, Holly Thomas, in 2019. Thomas, who was diagnosed with a cancerous brain tumor, was also Meg’s manager and encouraged the rapper to continue propelling in her career.

“She was like, ‘Just because I’m sick that don’t mean yous not supposed to be going to do your work. You got to a show tomorrow.’ I had a show in California for the first time … it was at Diesel. It was something big. This was going to be one of the first biggest performances that I ever had,” Meg said on Apple Music 1.

She added, “And she was just like, ‘Just because I’m sick, you and T Farris, y’all don’t stop. Y’all need to go to LA and still do your show.” And I was like, ‘Yeah, yeah, yeah. All right. I’m going to be back up here in a little bit.’ And then it was just over so quick and I was just like, ‘Oh my God, what do I do?’ She said, ‘Don’t stop,’ so then I just took that literally. And we’re here today.”

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