Megan Thee Stallion Twerks It Out In Sneak Peek Of "Girls In The Hood" Visual

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Megan Thee Stallion shared a little sneak peek of the visuals for her forthcoming single, "Girls In The Hood," dropping tonight at midnight.

Megan Thee Stallion is prepping to drop her new single, "Girls In The Hood," at midnight, and by the looks of it, she just might be blessing us with an accompanying visual as well. Meg announced the forthcoming single, which samples the N.W.A. classic, "Boyz-N-The-Hood," on Wednesday (June 24th), revealing that the song would be dropping on Friday. She already gave us a taste of the girly vibes with the title and cover art, but now, Meg's giving us a little preview of what looks to be the visuals for the new song of the summer.

https://www.instagram.com/p/CB3Rqg4lD9x

On Thursday, Meg posted a clip of herself throwing it back to the previously teased instrumental for the track. In the video, she's rocking a blue and white striped, low cut dress and gold chains, twerking like there's no tomorrow. "MIDNIGHT," she wrote in the caption, informing her fans when they can expect to hear the song. "Hotties y’all ready ? #girlsinthehood #realhotgirlshit."

After sharing this sneak peek, Meg took to Twitter to share some details about the merch for the single as well. "The merch for girls in the hood was created by beautiful black women creatives," she wrote. "I can’t wait until y’all see it. They really showed out."

https://twitter.com/_/status/1276207255428325376

Are you excited for "Girls In The Hood"?


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