Megan Thee Stallion Just Announced Exciting News For Fans

It's been more than a hot girl summer for Megan Thee Stallion — she's had a whole hot girl year. From having Beyoncé appear on the remix her of hit "Savage" to teaming up with Cardi B for the Internet-breaking "WAP," the Houston-based rapper has broken through as a major music star. She even appeared as a musical guest for the Chris Rock-hosted Saturday Night Live season premiere in October (via Deadline).

So how could Megan's year get any bigger? How about her debut studio album? "Hotties , I first want to say thank you for riding with me, growing with me, and staying down with me since my first mixtape Rich Ratchet ! Through this rough ass year we've all been having I felt like we could all use a lil bit of good news. So with that being said MY OFFICIAL ALBUM "GOOD NEWS" IS DROPPING NOVEMBER 20TH PRE ORDER WILL BE AVAILABLE TONIGHT" Megan announced on Instagram. She also shared newsprint-themed promo photos, where she posed in a red curly wig.

Fans are eagerly anticipating the album track list

Even though they only have to wait a week for the album, fans are already eager to know everything about Good News. "Can't see the tracklist here," one fan tweeted. "Can you give us some producer or collab info?" another begged. There certainly will be collabs, according to NME, though Megan hasn't let on who will be involved yet.

Megan previously told NME that the COVID-19 lockdown had been the perfect environment for her to finish the album. "When I'm by myself, that's when my creativity comes to me. The whole album was basically written in the living room, the shower, the backyard — just visualise it with me," she said jokingly.

So what can fans expect on "Good News?" While there will almost definitely be dance floor ready tracks like "Don't Stop," which features Young Thug and premiered in October. But there might also be some important messages in Megan's new music. She recently published a powerful essay in The New York Times about the importance of protecting Black women. "It's ridiculous that some people think the simple phrase 'Protect Black women' is controversial. We deserve to be protected as human beings. And we are entitled to our anger about a laundry list of mistreatment and neglect that we suffer," she wrote.

Whatever Megan Thee Stallion has in wait, we can't wait to find out.