The clip opens with Megan showing off her curves in black lingerie. She then changes her outfit to a sheer black veil as she heads to a crowded, gloomy funeral. After placing a single black rose on the casket she turns away and it begins to pour.
Now, the Grammy winner rocks a giant white hat and dress. She later leaves the ceremony and picks up her collaborator at his place. The two hip-hop stars then rap their verses in the car.
Megan initially teased the visuals on August 9 as she promoted her new album. At that time, Megan also penned on Instagram, "It took a lot of self reflecting to get to the point in my life where I am right now."
"I ain't saying I finally figured everything out or that I'm finally at peace, bc I'm not," the girlfriend of Pardison Fontaine continued. "buttt im excited for the hotties to get a better understanding of what's happening in my head #TRAUMAZINE."
Aside from Key Glock, "Traumazine" features guest appearances from Dua Lipa ("Sweetest Pie"), Future ("Pressurelicious"), 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".
Speaking about the album, Megan told Ebro Darden and Nadeska Alexis of Apple Music, "Usually when I write songs […] I could be sad. [...] I don't write songs about how I feel, I write songs about how I want to feel." She added, "So I feel like, on this album, it's probably the first time I figured out how to talk about what I want to say… express myself a little bit more."