Megan Thee Stallion Finally Releases 'Traumazine' Album After Trading Shots With Carl Crawford

The 18-track set features guest appearances from the likes of Key Glock ('Ungrateful'), Latto ('Budget'), Pooh Shiesty ('Who Me') and Rico Nasty ('Scary') among others.

AceShowbiz - Megan Thee Stallion's second studio album "Traumazine" is finally out. The Grammy-winning artist released the new record on Friday, August 12 after she traded shots online with 1501 Certified Entertainment CEO, Carl Crawford.

The project boasts 18 tracks, including, "NDA", "Not Nice", "Her", "Gift & A Curse" Ms. Nasty" and "Red Wine". Her previously-released singles like "Sweetest Pie" ft. Dua Lipa, "Plan B" and "Pressurelicious" ft. Future also appear in the album.

Aside from Future, "Traumazine" features guest appearances from Key Glock ("Ungrateful"), Latto (Mulatto) ("Budget"), Pooh Shiesty ("Who Me"), Rico Nasty ("Scary") and Jhene Aiko ("Consistency"). Megan also enlists fellow Houston hard-hitters Sauce Walka, Big Pokey and Lil Keke for "Southside Royalty Freestyle".

Megan dropped the follow-up to 2020's "Good News" after she claimed that her label leaked her music ahead of its release. "Y'all know I always have problems with dropping my music under this label,all these games and having to go to court just to put out my art has been so stressful," she lamented on Twitter.

"From my cover art, pieces of my track list and me even hearing a part of a song I haven't dropped yet leaking," she further argued. "(and we ALL know who the only ppl who had access to all these PRIVATE links are..) I might as well…lol."

Denying the allegation, Carl offered his clapback via Instagram Story. Dragging the raptress' manager, T. Farris into the feud, he penned, "[Damn] @tfarrismoney. Was that the best [you] and yo artist would come up with... Good job [you] fat b***h... But I guess I'll do my part to help the struggling sells."

Megan has been engaged in court battles with 1501 Certified Entertainment CEO Carl Crawford. She filed a lawsuit against him and the label in March 2020, a few months after she signed a management deal with Roc Nation. She accused them of trying to block her from releasing new music because she wanted to renegotiate an unfair contract she signed five years ago.

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