Megan Thee Stallion Is Releasing Suga Album Tomorrow
The history was about to repeat itself, this time, with a different singer. Just a few months back, Taylor Swift claimed Scooter Braun and Scott Borchetta have banned her from performing her own songs because they owned it. Now, in 2020, Megan Thee Stallion is facing a similar issue. As claimed by Megan, her record label 1501 was not allowing her to create new music. Moreover, she also claimed that 60% of her music earnings goes to her label. While she has to share her 40% with other collaborators and pay for mixers etc. Megan took it to the court, who granted her a restraining order against the record label. Following the lawsuit, Megan The Stallion finally confirmed her album release date. And it’s tomorrow.
Megan Thee Stallion Releasing Suga
The “Hot Girl” is set to release her new music on March 6, 2020. After her fans joined her for #FreeTheStallion & #FreeMeg campaign, Megan did not waste any time in confirming the release date of her album. She also confirmed the tracklist for the album.
Releasing tomorrow, Suga Album has 9 tracks in total. The album features two collaborations. Megan Thee Stallion has collaborated with Kehlani (track: Hit My Phone) & Gunna (track: Stop Playing).
Kehlani, Lil Nas X, and other celebrities are excited about
Jojo has also shown her support to Megan amidst the recent feud with the record label.
Jay-Z’s Roc Nation is definitely excited.
1501 Files Emergency Motion
Vulture reports that the 1501 record label has filed an emergency notion following Megan Thee Stallion’s album announcement. They claim that after she signed a management deal with Roc Nation in September 2019, she stopped paying 1501 the money she allegedly owes them.
If the court rules this emergency motion in 1501’s favor to dissolve the restraining order, Megan The Stallion will be unable to release her Suga album this Friday. Anything can happen within these 24 hours.
Meanwhile, sources also claim that Megan’s team will pursue the release and deal with the consequences later.
deal with this situation as it unfolds.