Megan Thee Stallion's Most Streamed Songs

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Megan Thee Stallion's reign is far from over, and we're taking a look at some of her favorite tracks.

Megan Thee Stallion has accumulated several hit songs in her discography. The Houston rapper skyrocketed into popularity with her freestyle videos. However, her journey to the top has not been an easy one. Life has been a series of unfortunate events for her, but she continues to pursue through. After the loss of both her mother and grandmother, she pursued. Even after issues with her labels and contracts, she continued to work at her career. She even continued following the shooting involving Tory Lanez.

Amid these situations, Megan continued to release music—and received awards for it, too. After a social media hiatus, she has returned to the public eye by appearing at events and posting pictures. She’s also teased that she has new music coming. We’ve ranked her top songs on streaming services to celebrate her return.

10. “Her” (2022)

This is one of Megan Thee Stallion's most trendy songs. It takes advantage of the phase in which rappers perform in dance-esque production. Songs like this allow them to showcase their range in flow and adaptability. However, the hook on this one is simplistic and repetitive, making it easy for listeners to remember. The song has become an anthem of sorts as it also references the slang use of “her,” which means someone successful at basically anything. At just under 44 million streams, the song has made its impact across TikTok without a doubt. Megan delivers three compact verses highlighting her self-confidence, fitting for the song.

9. “Megan’s Piano” (2021)

This was one of the biggest songs from Megan’s project, Something for Thee Hotties. This project included several of Megan’s freestyles previously only available on YouTube. This project was promoted as a gift to her fans. Because of this, many listeners were just thankful to have new-ish songs on streaming services, but many didn't treat it as a full body of work. However, this song has amassed almost 90 million streams, showing that listeners enjoy it. Megan’s second verse has been one of the biggest draws of the song because of her quotable bars and syllable annunciation. Overall, the other verses feature the same confidence fans enjoy from her with direct threats to those who oppose her.

8. “SG”- DJ Snake with Ozuna, Megan Thee Stallion, and LISA of BLACKPINK (2021)

This is one of the most interesting songs in Meg’s discography. It brings together a surprising group of artists, for sure. Likely, the intention was to bring together the featured artists' various fan bases. Since the song has over 214 million streams, the attempt seems successful. DJ Snake is the backbone of this trio since he was one of the leading producers of the song. He provides a Latin and tropical beat with horns, guitars, and simple drums.

The song also features Ozuna speaking Spanish in his verse and LISA representing the Korean girl group music segment. Megan’s rap verse references one of her other songs with some school-related punchlines. While not the strongest track in her repertoire, overall, it accomplished its goal of being a fun summer party track.

7. “Girls in the Hood” (2020)

This is a song in Meg’s discography that samples a classic. Producers Scott Storch and Illadaproducer sampled “Boyz-n-the-Hood” by Eazy-E, using the song’s iconic beeping melody and other elements. Considering this song has over 223 million streams, people enjoyed or were curious about what she did with it. The song’s hook, naturally, references the original track. Megan’s aggressive style is the perfect mirror of the original song. However, she still makes this one her own. Her version is brought to modern times with references to social media and cell phones. Meg also uses a variety of flows on the track, which helps enhance the bounce of the song. The cover art for the single features the song’s title stylized like the Grand Theft Auto video game font and logo, which is fitting for the sample.

6. “Thot Sh*t” (2021)

This song was Megan Thee Stallion's first solo single the year after her debut album, Good News, dropped. Listeners concluded it meant she was beginning another era in her career. In fact, many publications hailed it as her return to her “Tina Snow” persona. This music video was one of Meg’s most creative because of its imagery. Additionally, this track has another one of Megan’s repetitious but infectious hooks. Her verses show her referencing her Grammy win and school accomplishments. Naturally, she also sticks to her usual topics of dominance in rap. However, her third verse finds her using a much faster flow than usual for a few bars, which surprised and delighted listeners.

5. “On Me (Remix)” - Lil Baby with Megan Thee Stallion (2021)

This is a very popular radio single that featured Megan Thee Stallion. Lil Baby is one of the most famous rappers of this generation. The fact he collaborated with Megan brought their two core fan bases together. Based on the song’s topic, Megan’s verse serves as a response to Lil Baby’s. Additionally, the topic fits in with what she usually discusses, so she didn't adjust too much. However, the closing moments of her verse are where she sings with auto-tune, matching Baby's style. Further, the song is just over two minutes with only one verse from both artists but it still has received over 269 million streams.

4. “Sweetest Pie” with Dua Lipa (2022)

This is one of Megan’s most significant and surprising collab songs. Dua Lipa is a giant in the pop world and has several contrasts with how Meg makes her music. Yet, with over 272 million streams, this song was a huge success. One of the most surprising aspects is that it was produced by one of Meg’s go-to producers, OG Parker. The song features dreamy synths, which are common in the pop world. But, the drums are more akin to what we typically hear in rap, specifically songs from Megan.

3. “Body” (2020)

This is one of Megan Thee Stallion's most popular songs from her debut album Good News. Its simplistic and repetitive hook made it easy to be used across social media. Meg boasted about her physical attributes, and fans used the track as an anthem of sorts. Additionally, Megan’s energy across the verses pairs well with the upbeat, fast-paced instrumental from Lil Ju. This track features three verses from Meg, but they are all concise to give way for the hook. With over 284 million streams, the song remains a favorite.

2. “Beautiful Mistakes” - Maroon 5 feat. Megan Thee Stallion (2021)

This is another surprising collaborative song that features Meg. This song was a hit with over 590 million streams. Out of all the songs on the list, this is the most slow-paced one. Overall, it’s also the most sentimental and features Meg’s most down-to-earth verse. Additionally, it fits in well with the related topic of the song. In it, Megan discusses how her partner has done her wrong in the relationship and that she will be alright without them. Coincidentally, this is a topic she has alluded to in other songs, but the way she speaks here is much less aggressive. She also ends her contribution with singing, which fits the relaxed atmosphere of the production.

1. “WAP” - Cardi B feat. Megan The Stallion (2020)

This is easily the most controversial yet popular song Meg has been on. When the cover art and song title were first announced, listeners were excited the two giants in the women’s rap world were collaborating. The music video received just as much attention because of its visuals. Many people felt the song was too much, especially since the “clean” version of it still left little to the imagination. Considering the song has over one billion streams, people were tapping in for one reason or another. Is your favorite Megan Thee Stallion song on this list? Let us know in the comments section.

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