Megan Thee Stallion Releases Arcade-Themed ‘BOA’ Video

In her latest musical offering, ‘BOA’, the rapper Megan Thee Stallion has crafted a captivating visual experience that seamlessly blends fantasy and reality into a vibrant, playful world inspired by the realm of classic video games.

Released on a highly anticipated date, the music video transports viewers into an arcade-themed universe where Megan and her friends find themselves embroiled in an epic battle against a formidable serpent woman. Drawing inspiration from iconic gaming franchises like Mortal Kombat and Street Fighter, the visual captures the essence of these beloved virtual worlds, infusing them with Megan’s inimitable style and energy.

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Megan Thee Stallion BOA Video
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Produced by the talented LilJuMadeDaBeat, the track features a clever sample from Gwen Stefani’s hit ’What You Waiting For?’ over which Megan confidently spits her bars, asserting her place in the hip-hop realm. “Doing s— for TikTok, bitch I’m really Hip-Hop/ They all know my s— hot, ain’t listen when yo s— drop/ All my diamonds dancing I ain’t need to make no TikTok,” she raps, her lyrics exuding unwavering confidence and commitment to her craft.

‘BOA’ is the latest addition to Megan’s growing collection of snake-themed tracks, further solidifying her fascination with this powerful symbolism. In the months leading up to its release, she treated fans to ‘Cobra’ and ‘Hiss,’ whetting their appetites for more of her unique brand of fierce lyricism and infectious beats.

Continuing her ascent to the forefront of the music industry, the ‘Savage’ musician recently announced the highly anticipated dates for her first-ever official run of headlining concerts, aptly titled the Hot Girl Summer tour. Scheduled to launch soon, the tour promises to be an electrifying experience, with special guest GoRilla joining Megan for the U.S. dates.

The tour’s North American leg kicks off with an energetic performance at the Target Center in Minneapolis, before making its way through numerous iconic cities, including Chicago, New York City, Philadelphia, Atlanta, New Orleans, Dallas, Houston, Los Angeles, and more, before concluding its North American run at the illustrious MGM Grand Garden Arena in Las Vegas.

-Sushmita Sarkar