Megan Thee Stallion returned to the L.A. Leakers’ Liftoff show on Monday (Aug. 8) for a vicious freestyle over Warren G and Nate Dogg’s classic 1994 hit, “Regulate.” The Grammy-winning rapper attacked the instrumental, dropping bars addressing naysayers.
As we approach the album’s still unknown release date, the Houston rapper decided to stop by the Liftoff show at Power 106 and remind us she does more than just effortlessly twerk.
In her new L.A. Leakers freestyle, Thee Stallion had a message for her label 1501 Entertainment and its captain, former MLB player Carl Crawford over Warren G and Nate Dogg’s “Regulate” beat.
Megan flowed effortlessly atop the G-Funk track, employing a rapid-fire delivery as she settled in to her zone. She also addressed issues with her 1501 Entertainment record label: “I be making money on the muthaf**king daily/ Got my label mad, but them n*ggas got to pay me.” The Houston Hottie invited smoke from all comers in an engaging performance that continues her tradition of explosive freestyles.