Hailing from Houston, Megan Thee Stallion is a GRAMMY award-winning artist, entrepreneur, philanthropist and ever-evolving cultural icon. From the release of her critically-acclaimed and Gold-certified debut album, Good News, to earning two global record-breaking Billboard Hot 100 #1 hits with the “Savage Remix”featuring Beyoncé, and “WAP” with Cardi B, Megan has proven unstoppable. She has been recognized for her musical achievements with three GRAMMY wins, three American Music Awards, and nine BET Awards. Most recently, she graduated from Texas Southern University in Dec. 2021, earning her degree in Healthcare Administration and with aspirations to open assisted-living facilities in her hometown.
Megan was also honored as one of TIME’s 100 Most Influential People of 2020. In October 2020, following a powerful and politically charged performance on Saturday Night Live that demanded justice for Breonna Taylor, Megan published her monumental “Why I Speak Up For Black Women” op-ed and accompanying visual with The New York Times.