Megan Thee Stallion Gets Casket Pretty In Music Video For “Ungrateful”

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Photo Credit: Colin Tilley

Megan Thee Stallion is joined by fellow Southern rapper Key Glock in the visual for “Ungrateful” from new album Traumazine.

Megan Thee Stallion has shared new video “Ungrateful,” the latest single from her sophomore album Traumazine. Directed by Colin Tilley – who also directed Meg’s videos for “Her,” “Cry Baby,” “Body,” “Don’t Stop” and “WAP” – the Bandplay-produced track features Memphis-based rapper Key Glock.

The video was first teased in a 20-second trailer for Traumazine in August. The album includes guest appearances from Latto (“Budget”), Pooh Shiesty (“Who Me”), Rico Nasty (“Scary”), Jhene Aiko (“Consistency”), Lucky Daye (“Star”) and more.

While teasing a Traumazine tour in a recent interview with The Cut, Meg also opened up about the current phase of her career, where she’s embracing her authentic self instead of performing as an alter ego.

“My alter egos have been people that I had to be at those times to be like my armor, like my shield. I had to be Hot-Girl Meg at that time,” Meg said. “I had to be Tina Snow at that time. I had to be Megan Thee Stallion at that time. I love this album because I feel like it’s just me talking. It’s just Megan. It’s not me having to be anybody else.”

Since releasing her sophomore album, Meg has appeared as herself in an episode of Disney+ series  She-Hulk: Attorney At Law. The cameo follows her spot on season two P-Valley, where she portrayed her alter ego Tina Snow in an episode titled “Snow.” In the aforementioned The Cut profile, Meg also revealed that she’d want to star as Isis in a Bring It On reboot, and plans on taking over Hollywood, following in the footsteps of rappers Ice Cube and Queen Latifah.

“I don’t feel like I’m only going to be an actress — I feel like I’m also going to be a director and I’m also going to be a producer,” she said.

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