Megan Thee Stallion Drops Self-Directed “Captain Hook” Music Video

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Megan Thee Stallion Captain Hook Music Video
Photo Credit: YouTube
Megan Thee Stallion Captain Hook Music Video

Photo Credit: YouTube

The new visual follows her “B.I.T.C.H.” music video also from her Suga EP.

Megan Thee Stallion unveils her self-directed music video for her latest single “Captain Hook” off her new EP Suga

In the visual, the Houston-bred rapper entertains her friends while she’s busy recording at a studio. What starts off as a few of her friends visiting her turns into an actual party. If you’ve ever been to one of her “Hottie” parties, you’re well aware of how crazy they can get. 

The video showcases Megan as the center of attention as she raps about her sexual prowess, twerks and downs shots of D’Usse an undeniable nod to Roc Nation, her management company. A few moments captured in the clip also include men gambling, the rapper’s friends dancing in the recording booth and her stylist EJ King walking in with a fake hook arm before the video ends. 

Arriving last Friday, Suga was ultimately well-received by fans despite the public issues that surrounded its release. In case you need a refresher, Megan aired her thoughts on how she was mistreated by her label 1501 Certified Entertainment and filed a lawsuit following her commentary. The lawsuit was filed to push the label to allow her to release Suga and other new music. She also alleged the contract she signed was not in her favor, but instead more in the favor of the label.

Directly after she filed her suit, Carl Crawford, CEO of 1501 Certified attempted to block the release of her music. He also spoke candidly in a Billboard interview about his lack of a relationship with the rapper. In this same feature, he touched on his belief that Roc Nation pushed her to turn on him and 1501. A judge ultimately gave Megan the clearance to drop Suga.

Watch the video for “Captain Hook” below. 

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