Megan Thee Stallion’s fans have eagerly awaited the release of her new album, eager to hear more of her music. In a recent development, the rapper confirmed that she’s actively working on new music, but what sets it apart is that it will be entirely self-funded, as she is no longer affiliated with any record label.
The “Bongos” hitmaker chose Instagram Live to connect with her millions of followers. During this livestream, she made it clear that she is no longer signed to any recording label and that all her upcoming projects will be financed directly from her own resources.
Megan Thee Stallion‘s most recent album, “Traumazine,” was released in 2022. However, her recent announcement suggests that she is gearing up for a new phase in her music career, with excitement building among her followers for the upcoming tracks. She expressed contentment in her present independent status without any record company supervision.
The dispute between Megan Thee Stallion and 1501 Certified Entertainment has been ongoing for some time. It all began when Megan, whose real name is Megan Pete, alleged that the owner of 1501 Certified Entertainment, Carl Crawford, had manipulated a young artist into signing an “unconscionable” contract a few years ago. Megan went on to seek counsel from Roc Nation, Jay-Z’s company, which provided her with legal advice that shed light on the terms of her initial deal. In response, 1501 Certified Entertainment refuted these claims, stating that they had provided substantial support to Megan during her early career, offering more than she had as an unknown artist at the time.