Megan Thee Stallion, who is the hottest hottie of female voices in the game, dropped her Suga her project last week. As expected, she has another hit on her hands that’s leading us to a very enticing and adventurous summer. “Captain Hook” stormed the scene early with her signature style and the sex appeal to get men to lose control on all her curves.
Produced by LilJuMadeDaBeat, Megan Thee Stallion’s “Captain Hook” highlights her signature flair with her love for classic beats as the base. With her one of a kind one-liners that have become her niche, “Captain Hook’s” visual depiction was specially crafted for her fans (affectionately known as “Hotties”) and directly put them behind the drivers wheel under the persona of “Suga” the project’s namesake.
Self-directed by Megan, the video journeys us through instances of inspiration with messages of togetherness in a world of her own. We see Megan working in the studio and setting the vibe by inviting a plethora of hotties into the space she’s utilizing with her closest friends. At the peak of the glamorized party “X”, with the hottest hotties, “Captain Hook” becomes the theme music to the wildest nights out Houston has ever seen, with Megan as the captain.
With both “Captain Hook” and Suga, Megan has shown herself as the new queen of hip-hop, becoming the female face before the world. As she begins to unload her arsenal of interests and talents mixed with her almost unmatched creativity, she’s proving that she’s a one-woman show and those around her need to get back to work to stay relevant.
Megan dropped her 300 Entertainment/1501 Certified Entertainment debut Fever in May 2019, launching her to stardom, landing her with #1 songs at urban and rhythmic radio and countless television appearances on Saturday Night Live, Jimmy Kimmel Live!, The Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon, Good Morning America, E! News, and the BET Hip-Hop Awards, where she received the award for Mixtape of the Year, and the MTV VMA’s where she won for Best Power Anthem. She was also awarded with Billboard’s Powerhouse Award at the annual Women In Music celebration, and included in Forbes 30 Under 30 and Time 100 lists. With now over 1 billion streams across all platforms and her quickly loaded arsenal of singles, it’s no wonder she’s becoming one of the flames to light up the scene and plans to keep things lit.