Watch! Megan Thee Stallion Releases “Body” Dance Video

Megan Thee Stallion Releases “Body” Dance Video! Megan Thee Stallion has released her new dance video for ‘Body’ (be sure to watch the clip) which was directed by the ‘WAP’ video director Colin Tilley. The track is one of the cut offs on the Houston rapper’s debut studio album ‘Good News’, which was released back in November last year.

The original video for ‘Body’ was released alongside the ‘Good News ‘album on November 20. It debuted at No. 2 on the Billboard 200 with a solid 100,500 album-equivalent units – outnumbered only by the “Be album” by popular K-pop group BTS. The 17 – track project Features City Girls, DaBaby, Lil Durk, SZA, Big Sean, Popcaan, 2 Chainz, Beyoncé (on the “Savage (Remix)”) and Young Thug.

The official music video for “Body” sparked the fan-made #BodyOdyChallenge across multiple social platforms immediately after its release. Two days later, Megan performed the song at the American Music Awards, further fueling the challenge. This prompted Megan herself to join in the fun on her TikTok account.

Mulatto, an ardent fan of Megan also joined in on the fun, posting with her bonnet and home clothes on as she got down to her girl’s song.

“You get on my nervesssss,” Meg posted with laughing emojis in response to Mullato’s submission.

Megan has now followed those visuals up with a new clip which has seen her reunite with director Tilley, who directed the video for ‘WAP’ back in August.

The video borrows choreography from JaQuel Knight while Megan and a group of six dancers are seen to perform a series of routines to ‘Body.

Earlier this month, Cardi B claimed that it cost a whopping $1 million (£732,000) to shoot the music video for ‘WAP’. Following its release last summer, ‘WAP’ clocked up the biggest-ever first-week streaming figures for a single track in the US hitting the number one spot in both the US and UK.

Megan’s latest collaboration, a feature on the remix of Ariana Grande’s ‘34+35’ alongside Doja Cat, was also released earlier this month. The original version of ‘34+35’ featured on Grande’s latest album ‘Positions’.

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