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Album: Fever (2019)
Charted: 36
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  • Megan Thee Stallion stomps through this track rapping about her love for money. The Texan rapper warns any prospective boyfriends out there, she'll drain their wealth.

    He know he giving his money to Megan
    He know it's very expensive to date me
    Told him go put my name on that account
    Because when I need money, I ain't tryna wait
  • DaBaby contributes a filthy verse in which he talks about the sort of girl he likes to have sex with. Though normally at ease with females, he admits feeling pressured when he first met "this lil' freak," Megan Thee Stallion.
  • The trap-heavy beat was supplied by LilJuMadeDaBeat, who also produced Megan's breakthrough single "Big Ole Freak."


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