Megan Thee Stallion is showing herself to be one of the hottest rap-tiles in the game.
Megan Jovon Ruth Pete, known professionally as Megan Thee Stallion, has recently been showing off her latest looks to promote her new album, Traumazine.
The rapper released the versatile album, which stands as her second solo studio album, on August 12.
Over the weekend, Megan introduced her latest fashion-forward moment and hair color to her crowd of 29.4 million followers on Instagram.
The Savage singer shared two photos of herself rocking a bleach blonde, straightened hairstyle that blended into the off-white walls of the room surrounding her.
The first photo showed Megan glaring into the camera as she let the star of the show — her snakeskin outfit — do all the talking.
Megan Thee Stallion rocked a full-body sneak skin bodysuit
Megan’s photos showed off her curves as the grey, snake skin tight bodysuit hugged every part of her famous figure. The long sleeve, mock-neck turtleneck suit also featured cinching at the rapper’s waist and various differentiations of the snake skin design.
Megan showed off another angle of the eye-catching outfit in the second photo as she posed with her arms overhead and glared off to the side of the seemingly barren and backlit room.
Megan took to her caption to promote the official release of her newest album. “TRAUMAZINE IS OUT NOW EVERYWHERE 👏🏾 tune in tomorrow at 10 am est 👀,” she announced.
Megan Thee Stallion talks Traumazine on Jimmy Fallon
Megan Thee Stallion recently showed her excitement over her new album while appearing on The Tonight Show starring Jimmy Fallon. “This is a huge deal,” the rapper first said in regards to her new album.
When it came to recording Traumazine, Megan said that she wrote an over-abundance of songs for the album and had to cut down more than half of them to create the final product.
“This is the longest time I’ve ever taken to record an album. I had at least 50 songs recorded for this, and we only chose 18,” she revealed.
She explained that even though the music industry can be controlling at times, she made sure she loved every song she wrote so that she knew the album would be perfect no matter what.
“As an artist, sometimes, your label can kinda try to control you and tell you what to do, and they kinda pick your songs for you, but I feel like I made it a point to write all songs that I loved and I liked, and that meant something to me so that out of however many songs I wrote, all of them feel good to me,” said Megan.
“I could put out all 50 of those songs, and they still mean something to me.”More: Megan thee Stallion -