Megan Thee Stallion did right to include the iconic sample by then 7-year-old Florida boy, Latarian Milton, as it truly grasps the song's relatability and banger-potential. "Hood Rat Sh*t" is an ode to debauchery and the rapper encourages her listeners to partake. And while being a head bopper and twerk anthem, the bars are hard and catchy, all crucial elements Ms. Thee Stallion never fails to provide. Moreover, both the beat and the content delivery tease the artists' Houston-bred influence through its Pimp C ambiance.
Houston rapper Megan Thee Stallion has been hard at work for a while now, garnering an organic stream of loyal supporters. And the latter seems well earned considering the rapper's talent and unique flow. Meg Thee Stallion remains close to her roots and herself, and such formula renders to be fruitful as seen in the success of fellow rap comrade Cardi B. Hailing from the sex-driven, Billboard-certified hit "Big Ole Freak" and other previous notable records, the singer maintains her momentum with the debut album, Fever. Considerably, the body of work and its strong composition can only strongly hint at the southern belle's lengthy stay in the music game.
B*tch, keep talking that shit from your Honda
H*es love to act, but they ain't with the drama
Want my spot? Gotta fight like Wakanda