If you've never had the joy of seeing Megan Thee Stallion, the "Hot Girl" of the Summer, live in concert, here's the next best thing: her debut on NPR's Tiny Desk Concert. The 24-year-old rapper kicked back with a pair of fuzzy Louis Vuitton slippers before launching into her rap anthems with a full live band for the first time.
"Now, don't be scared to get ratchet," Megan joked, laughing as she went from hit after hit from her award-winning mixtape, Fever, including "Hot Girl Summer," "Realer," and "Cash Sh*t." Megan even performed a new song for the first time, an unreleased collaboration with the backing band, Brooklyn's Phony Ppl, titled "F*cking Around." Despite the song being about messing around while in a relationship, Megan made sure to note that neither she nor the band condone cheating!
The performance originally aired in October as part of NPR's Tiny Desk Fest, a four-night series of extended concerts performed in front of a live audience and streamed live on YouTube, Twitter, and Facebook. Now that the video's been released, Megan stans can revel in the rapper's lyrical prowess and magnetic personality as much as they'd like! Watch the concert above.