Megan Thee Stallion — "Traumazine" Album Release: Aug. 12
After waiting patiently for three years to hear new music from Megan Thee Stallion, 2022 was finally our year. Following Stallion's "Something For Thee Hotties" mixtape, which was released on Oct. 29, 2021, the rapper hinted that her new album wasn't far behind. "I felt like I was rushing trying to put out projects because I feel like I always got to feed the Hotties," she told Apple Music 1's Zane Lowe that same day. "So right now how I'm writing, I'm really taking my time. This is the most songs that I've ever recorded . . . y'all should be prepared for next year."
On March 11, Stallion released "Sweetest Pie," featuring Dua Lipa — the lead single from her upcoming album. As a follow-up to the collaboration, Stallion debuted her new song "To Whom It May The F*ck Concern," a celebration of female empowerment, during her set at Coachella on April 17.
Just a few months later, on Aug. 12, Stallion came through with her full "Traumazine" album, which she named in reference to the chemical released by the brain in response to traumatic events. The album includes hits like "Her," "Pressurelicious," and "Plan B."