Good News | Megan Thee Stallion


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Good News

Good News is the debut studio album by American rapper Megan Thee Stallion. It was released on November 20, 2020, by 300 Entertainment and 1501 Certified. The album features guest appearances from DaBabyCity GirlsLil DurkSZAPopcaanMustardBig Sean2 ChainzBeyoncé, and Young Thug. It contains production from Mustard, LilJuMadeDaBeat, and D.A Got That Dope, among others. -Wikipedia

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  • Vulture

    As was the case with Suga, Good News feels like a transitional project; it’s just not so clear where the artist is going. 

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  • U News

    The album includes plenty of upbeat sounds that will allow anyone to own the dance floor, like on the songs “Body” and “Intercourse.”  

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  • Ratings Game Music

    Good News caps off Megan’s amazing 2020 explosively. 

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  • Rolling Stone

    The Houston superstar’s debut LP is the explosive victory-lap we were expecting.  

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  • Pitchfork

    Amid a pandemic, and while recovering from a gunshot wound, the superstar rapper made an album that purposefully celebrates life. Her beats are playful, and her rapping is as sharp as ever.  

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  • NME

    Houston hottie exudes positivity in a difficult year.  

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  • Clash Magazine

    Raw and ruthless, ‘Good News’ is the sound of Megan Thee Stallion pushing against the boundaries imposed on her until they break. Embracing some of the viral tropes that surround her, she’s able to own them, and transcend them, before moving on; she’s working at her own pace, owning her own destiny. The latest headlines are in: ‘Good News’ is a triumph, and a late contender for Album Of The Year.  

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  • Earmilk

    The Good News about this album is that Megan exceeded expectations by delivering a memorable debut project. Everything about Megan's debut album screams empowerment wearing a pair of heels. Many of the song listings on here carry heavy themes of remorseless living and a blatant disregard for those disagreeing. The authenticity of her sound and the sincerity of her delivery takes this project up a level. Megan is the running headline but she reminds everyone in her debut that she's still the one controlling the narrative. 

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  • All Music

    While Megan Thee Stallion presented herself as a force to be reckoned with from her earliest material, Good News finds her triple-X-rated sex rhymes, imposing charm, and ability to make it all appear effortless reaching new levels.  

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  • musicOMH

    Good News is still chock-full of catchy hooks, stellar verses and feisty attitude.  

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  • The Guardian

    With easy flow, hard barbs and a magnetic persona, the rapper casts herself as the successor to hip-hop’s old-school heroes.  

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  • Evening Standard

    Money, sex and a bulletproof self-confidence.  

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  • Beats Per Minute

    The production on Good News is hardly subtle, and few of these beats would stand out on their own, but they’re effective at supporting her flows and keeping the energy going.  

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  • Vinyl Chapters

    Not only does Megan’s music empower her fans, but her technical ability and versatility as an artist also shines throughout the release. The mellow timbre of her voice combined with her distinctive dense lyricism and varied flows create an effortless style that sustains itself for the full album.  

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  • Paste Magazine

    Megan Thee Stallion Is the Complete Package on Good News.  

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  • Variety

    Megan Thee Stallion’s ‘Good News’ Is Strong, Sexed-Up and Overstuffed. 

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  • Stereogum

    Good News is a display of brassy determination, undeniable skill, and pop savvy. It would be a star-making performance if Megan wasn’t already a star. 

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  • Slant Magazine

    The album is a heavy-hitting rejoinder that rearticulates the headlines of a year fraught by global and personal trauma.  

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  • Stereoboard

    In a year when doubt, depression and struggle were rife the world over, ‘Good News’ is aspirational, a much needed moment of outsized personality, sensuality and hilarity.  

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  • The Wall Street Journal

    Like her previous body of work, the debut album by Megan Thee Stallion is packed with libidinous self-confidence. 

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  • Commedia

    Every song on the album is unique in its theme but still fits Stallion’s typical hip-hop vibe. Each track has a specific inspiration behind it and sends its own message. All of the work that went into this proves Stallion’s prominence in the rap game of today.  

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  • Black Boy Bulletin

    Good News does its job and exceeds expectations. This record reminds us of something that we all know, Megan has an incredible amount of potential that will help her sustain a lengthy and successful career.  

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  • Flood Magazine

    Good News gives us the pimp, the party girl, and the polished diva. Not every track is a platinum banger, and there is one already-poorly-aged Tiger King reference. But Good News isn’t meant to be a simple introduction. It’s Megan Thee Stallion at her most agile and hi-def. It’s our invitation to the coronation of this generation’s hip-hop royalty.  

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  • Gigwise

    Unflinching hits that never falter in tone and consistency.  

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  • The Rocky Mountain Collegian

    Megan Thee Stallion is the moment, and “Good News” is a reflection of her influence. This is Megan Thee Stallion’s world, and we are invited to celebrate with her. 

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  • Riff Magazine

    She’s shown herself to be a resilient and impactful figure to the culture this year, and with her triumphs over so much adversity, it’s always good news to see her still making significant strides. 

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