- Summary: The rapper's nine-track release featuring guest appearances from Gunna and Kehlani was threatened by a contract dispute with her former label 1501 Certified Entertainment.
- Record Label: 300 Entertainment
- Genre(s): Rap
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Mar 6, 2020Her trademark confidence is now tinged with a newfound self-awareness, as if evolving through her experience of the joys and pitfalls of celebrity. ... Surprisingly, the standout track from the record, “Crying in the Car”, is a diorama of nostalgia, melancholy and faith, counterbalancing Megan’s overall ethos of optimistic self-empowerment. ... For listeners, it makes a strong case for the rapper’s longevity within the increasingly fickle world of music.
Mar 10, 2020Suga is a solid and cohesive EP that showcases Megan Thee Stallion’s unfettered appetite for destruction; she obliterates any beat she comes into contact with without batting an eyelash. Although the majority of the project is an exhilarating listen, its own ambitions prove to be its biggest challenge.
Apr 2, 2020Just as Fever captured a snapshot of a young artist breaking through to worldwide fame in real time, Suga finds Megan Thee Stallion experiencing the growing pains of success. The songs reflect this in their lyrical content, overall shift in tonality, and even in the small steps they take towards more commercial sounds.
Mar 30, 2020It is such a promising EP by Megan Thee Stallion. I really loved **** and the collaboration with Kehlani. And I really believe her debut LPIt is such a promising EP by Megan Thee Stallion. I really loved **** and the collaboration with Kehlani. And I really believe her debut LP will be so good!… Expand
Mar 28, 2020Ain't Equal / Savage / Captain Hook re stand out tracks.
Megan does experiment with some different sounds & as much as I love when artistsAin't Equal / Savage / Captain Hook re stand out tracks.
Megan does experiment with some different sounds & as much as I love when artists experiment with different sounds … this is a very lukewarm attempt.
These tracks aren’t horrible - I think there’s potential here both in the R&B and Melodic rap attempts, and I will always applaud someone who tries to expand their sound.- But these feel unpolished, unfinished, and to put it bluntly uninteresting.
Meg has thus far stayed ahead of the crowd b/c she stood out. Everyone is doing melodic/singing things, and her attempt here doesn’t add anything to that scene. So this puts her right in the middle of the crowd.
Or you could watch - https://youtu.be/XoPtut2Xuok… Expand
Jul 26, 2020Meg brings some of her most versatile work with this EP, even in the midst of label drama and personal tragedies in her family. She is at herMeg brings some of her most versatile work with this EP, even in the midst of label drama and personal tragedies in her family. She is at her most vulnerable with songs like "Crying in the Car" but also reaches a triumphant high with her hit "Savage" and "Ain't Equal."… Expand
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