Megan Thee Stallion Reveals Track List For ‘Something For Thee Hotties’ Collection

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Megan Thee Stallion has revealed the 15-song tracklist for her upcoming Something For Thee Hotties: From Thee Archives compilation, which will feature the rare and unreleased tracks “Pipe Up,” “Bae Goals” and “Freakend.” The collection due out on Friday (Oct. 29) will feature freestyles and a handful of unreleased songs from Meg’s archives.

The 26 year-old Houston native and upcoming Texas Southern University graduate goes it alone on the odds and sods compilation, which doesn’t have any features, but does have some previously heard tracks such as the “Tuned In,” “Southside Forever” and “Outta Town” freestyles; the single “Thot S–t” from earlier this year is also included.

Hotties will also get to hear “Megans Piano,” “Eat It,” “All of It,” “Tina Snow Interlude,” “Let Me See It” and the “Bless the Booth” freestyle. Meg teased the album last week in a Halloween appropriate image in which she dressed up in a barely there red leather devil costume, complete with horns and a tail, as well as the album’s release date seemingly tattooed on her backside. “My gift to my hotties,” she wrote on Instagram. “freestyles y’all been asking for plus a few unreleased songs from my archives to hold ya’ll over for the rest of the year.”

Before releasing her acclaimed 2020 debut album, Good News, Megan dropped the 2019 mixtape Fever and then the EP Suga. She dropped a pair of freestyles earlier this year, “Outta Town Freestyle” and “Tuned in Freestyle” — which both appear on the compilation — and just dropped her collab with Maluma and Rock Mafia, “Crazy Family,” from the Addams Family 2 soundtrack. She’s also featured on DJ Snake’s new  all-star track, “SG,” where she appears alongside BLACKPINK’s Lisa and Ozuna.

Check out the track list below.

10/29 #Somethingfortheehotties which track y’all claiming hotties!?

— TINA SNOW (@theestallion) October 27, 2021

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