Megan Thee Stallion – Songs, Savage & Height


Megan Thee Stallion is a Grammy-winning rapper best known for songs such as “Savage,” “WAP” and “Hot Girl Summer.”

Who Is Megan Thee Stallion?

Megan Thee Stallion is a Grammy-winning American rapper whose lyrics forthrightly address gender, race and sex. Confidence and body positivity are part of her work, as seen on songs like “WAP,” which featured Megan alongside Cardi B. Megan has a devoted fan base, whom she calls her “hotties,” and millions of followers on Twitter and Instagram. She has spoken out regarding the injustices and violence faced by Black women. Even as a rap superstar, Megan continued to pursue a college degree.

Early Life and Family

Megan Thee Stallion was born as Megan Jovon Ruth Pete on February 15, 1995, in San Antonio, Texas. Megan grew up in Houston’s South Park neighborhood with her mother, Holly Thomas, grandmother and great-grandmother. Her father, Joseph Pete Jr., resided in prison for the first eight years of her life. They grew close following his release, until his death when Megan was 15.