Megan Thee Stallion Dresses Up as a Devil to Announce Release of New Music: 'Gift to My Hotties'
Megan Thee Stallion is about to drop some hot tracks!
On Thursday, the "Savage" rapper, 26, shared several daring photos of herself on social media as a way to announce a collection of new music that will be released at the end of the month.
The first image showed Megan dressed as a demon in a red thong, with horns and pointed devil's tail as she peered over her shoulder next to what appeared to be the upcoming compilation's title: "Something for Thee Hotties From Thee Archives."
On her exposed left buttock was a date, reading: "10/29."
"My gift to my hotties 10/29 ❤️🔥 freestyles y'all been asking for plus a few unreleased songs from my archives to hold y'all over for the rest of the year 😈" Megan wrote in the caption.
Megan followed up the sultry post by sharing more pictures from the photo shoot, which showed the three-time Grammy winner wearing lace-up thigh high boots and a dramatic makeup look.
The artist's first studio album, Good News, was released almost a year ago on Nov. 20, 2020.
Since then, Megan has also released several singles and appeared as a featured artist on other songs — including "Beautiful Mistakes" by Maroon 5.
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News of her upcoming music comes after Megan celebrated another milestone: her one-year anniversary with boyfriend Pardi Fontaine.
The "Body" songstress marked the occasion on Monday by sharing a sweet Instagram post, writing in the caption, "1year of fun with you 🧡."
In the tribute, Megan included several photos of herself and Fontaine, 31, throughout their relationship. The images featured the couple on a beach getaway, as well as the pair posing for bathroom selfies.
Fontaine also marked the special day on his Instagram Story, captioning a video of himself dancing in front of a mirror, "Today's our anniversary… stay tuned."