Megan Thee Stallion Delivers a Caution to her Antagonists on ‘HISS’

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Megan Thee Stallion Releases New Single ‘HISS’

Megan Thee Stallion made a powerful statement with her new single, “HISS,” which dropped on Friday. The audacious 28-year-old rapper openly warns those attempting to leverage her renown, demonstrating she will not hesitate in calling out those who have wronged her on her path to stardom. This inside news comes directly from our own source, Reader Wall.

Details on ‘HISS’

The song commences with an impassioned introduction: “I just wanna kick this off by saying f-ck y’all. I have no need to clear my name on a thing. Whenever someone brings up my name, some of you get a full day’s worth of attention.”

A sinister piano tune slips in, to be superseded soon with an explosive bass-enriched trap beat. In this context, Megan articulates discontent with those seeking to exploit her popularity, while stating her lack of intention to lend anyone publicity through her fame.

Meaning Behind ‘HISS’

In her conversation with ‘The Breakfast Club’, Megan expounded upon the purpose behind “HISS.” “The warning a snake gives you when you’re tempering and swaying too much, essentially telling you to back off,” she explained.

In “HISS,” Megan is clear about her stance: After dealing with criticism from the rap community for the incident in 2020 where Tory Lanez shot her and a protracted disagreement with her recording label, Megan is asking everyone to steer clear and let her lead her own way. In October, she expressed her determination to release her music independently, stating, “I am not affiliated with any label right now; we’re doing everything funded directly from Megan Thee Stallion’s pocket.”

Megan’s First Independent Single

The first track she released as an independent artist was “Cobra,” back in November. Exposing her raw feelings about losing her parents, she also confronts a man for cheating on her at her own place. On “HISS,” she questions why she would stay with a partner who doesn’t please her, which many believe addresses her ex-boyfriend, Pardison Fontaine.

Personal Stakes in the Lyrics of HISS

Internet detectives speculate that Megan’s latest track, “HISS,” might also contain veiled criticism of Nicki Minaj, with whom she collaborated in 2019 on “Hot Girl Summer.” The rumors of their falling out is fueled mainly by Megan collaborating with Cardi B, who publicly shares a conflicted relationship with Minaj.

“HISS” contains the verse, “These hoes don’t be mad at Megan, these hoes mad at Megan’s Law. I don’t really know what the issue is, but I guarantee y’all don’t want me to start.” Megan’s Law refers to a federal regulation mandating public disclosure about sex offenders by law enforcement. This seems to indirectly target Minaj’s husband, Kenneth Petty, who was arrested for failing to register as a sex offender in 2019.

In response to the apparent jab in “HISS”, Minaj took to Instagram to discuss the lyrics in her forthcoming track, which seemed to mock an injury Megan suffered when she was shot by Tory Lanez.

Megan’s Place in the Rap Game

Throughout the track, Megan flaunts her dominance in the rap industry, showcasing her versatility and intelligence. She hasn’t yet announced an album or disclosed a release date, but in the wake of these two intense tracks, her fans eagerly await Megan’s new work.


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