Megan Thee Stallion Says She Paid $250,000 for Future to Feature on ‘Pressurelicious’

In some good news, Stallion’s long-awaited sophomore album Trumaazine fell after successful chart-topping singles last week, Megan said in an interview with the L.A. Leekers, with the Future-featuring Preslicious and Power 106 acknowledged on Los Angeles. Did you know that this feature costs $250,000?

I had the green for ‘Preserlicious’, didn’t I? I recorded the song and I recorded it and I’m like you know what? If the future was on her, it would have seemed really tough, she said, adding that being a woman in the industry is reaching out to a man who wants to get a specialty.

Megan says she requested to find out the Atlanta rapper’s feature price, adding that she wants to make sure he turns to her poetry when they’re both in the same area.

Someone takes 250,000 out of the bank and leaves it to the future and tells him that I want poetry before he leaves. Despite initial objections from her team, Megan made the move, and Future terminated the deal.

They sent back a seven-minute beat cut performed by Megan and produced the final version of Preslicious as an album about dealing with herself after years of trauma, which included Future Poems to Tramazin’ by Megan.

This album makes me feel like I wrote it as a letter A letter to my mother I didn’t even write these songs as regular songs, I wrote them like a diary.

Megan took on a singing role compared to her previous releases. A few days before her arrival, the rapper hinted at Trumazine to be the final project she would distribute with 1501 Certified Entertainment, the label she had worked with for the past few years.

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