Megan Thee Stallion Bares Her Fangs on New Single ‘Hiss’: Stream It Now

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Let the snake saga continue. Just two months after launching her new era with the rock-tinged “Cobra,” Megan Thee Stallion has returned with her first solo offering of 2024: “Hiss.”


Co-produced by LilJuMadeDaBeat and Bankroll Got It, “Hiss” addresses all of the unwarranted opinions on her life and image that have hounded her for the past few years. The Stallion first teased “Hiss” on Monday (Jan. 22) with a graphic revealing the track’s title, and by Wednesday (Jan. 24), she followed up the announcement with a fiery voiceover that set the scene for what audiences should expect from the song.

“I just wanna kick this s–t off by saying, ‘F–k y’all!” she exclaims in the clip. “I ain’t gotta clear my name on a motherf–kin’ thang. [Every time] I get mentioned, one of y’all b—h a– n—as get 24 hours of attention. I’m finna get this s–t off my chest and lay it to rest, let’s go!”

“Hiss” continues the serpentine theme of Megan’s last solo release, 2023’s “Cobra.” That track served as her first independent single since leaving 1501 Certified Entertainment. The song peaked at No. 32 on the Billboard Hot 100 and became her eighth top 10 hit on Hot R&B/Hip-Hop Songs (No. 10). In the interim between “Cobra” and “Hiss,” Megan teamed up with Reneé Rapp for “Not My Fault,” the buzzy new single from the Mean Girls movie musical soundtrack. The Regina George crossover has already reached No. 22 on the Bubbling Under Hot 100 and spawned a viral SNL performance.

Megan Thee Stallion has earned five top 10 titles on the Billboard 200, including 2020’s Good News (No. 2) and 2022’s Traumazine (No. 4). On the Hot 100, the Grammy winner has collected three top 10 hits from 31 career entries: “34+35” (with Ariana Grande and Doja Cat, No. 2), “WAP” (with Cardi B, No. 1) and the Beyoncé-assisted “Savage” (No. 1)

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