Megan Thee Stallion Admits She Has ‘Chemistry’ With DaBaby & Teases Collab: We ‘Need’ To Work On That

Megan Thee Stallion is ‘definitely’ open to working with fellow chart-topping rapper DaBaby again, which she revealed on SiriusXM’s ‘Hip-Hop Nation’ show!

Be on the lookout for another possible collaboration between Megan Thee Stallion and DaBaby! Megan revealed that she would “definitely” like to work with the “Suge (Yea Yea)” rapper on a project while appearing on the Nov. 25 episode of SiriusXM’s Hip-Hop Nation.

DaBaby, pictured above, is known for a multitude of hits like “VIBEZ,” “Rockstar” and “Suge (Yea Yea).” (Photo Credit: AP Images)

“You guys have crazy chemistry,” the host observed, and Megan agreed! Then, she was asked, “Would you two think about this collaboration project? Is that something that you would entertain?” The 25-year-old rapper had “Good News” to share (which, FYI, is also the name of her debut studio album that she dropped on Nov. 20).

“That is something that we often talk about,” Megan revealed! She added, “So now that I got my album done and he just dropped his EP, we definitely need to get to work on that.” Megan was referring to My Brother’s Keeper (Love Live G), an EP that DaBaby dropped on the same day of Megan’s new album release. The EP was a tribute to DaBaby’s older brother, Glen Johnson, who sadly passed away at just 34 years old on Nov. 3.

2020 has been a breakthrough year for Megan Thee Stallion, pictured above, who also collaborated with Cardi B for the No. 1 hit “WAP.” (Photo Credit: AP Images)

It wouldn’t be the first time Megan and DaBaby have combined their musical talents! DaBaby was actually a featured artist on one of Megan’s tracks, “Cry Baby,” on her new album Good News. They’ve also collaborated on the tracks “Cash Sh-t” (from Megan’s 2019 mixtape of the same name) and DaBaby’s song “Nasty.”

Megan and DaBaby also share similar timelines when it comes to their rises in success. Both became household names in 2019, thanks to hits like “Hot Girl Summer” (from Megan) and “VIBEZ” and “BOP” (from DaBaby). They’re also up for multiple nominations at the 2021 Grammy Awards, and are even going head-to-head in two of the same categories: “Record of the Year” and “Best Rap Performance.”

DaBaby once explained what draws him to Megan during a Billboard interview in Oct. 2019. After fishing a question out of a bowl that asked which female rapper he would make an album with and why, DaBaby didn’t waste a second to say Megan’s name. “She talks sh*t like I talk sh*t, and I’m a hot boy,” DaBaby explained, referring to Megan’s popular “I’m a Hot Girl” catchphrase. He added, “Been a hot boy. So yeah, we’d burn that b-tch down.”


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