Lil Baby Teams Up With Megan Thee Stallion for ‘On Me’ Remix

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Claire Shaffer
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Megan Thee Stallion has hopped on a remix of Lil Baby’s “On Me,” his standalone single that was originally released last December.

The new version of the track dropped on Tuesday alongside a music video featuring the two rap artists, directed by Mike Ho. The clip starts off with Lil Baby’s verse in front of an icy fortress, with Megan appearing alongside him to lip-sync. During her verse, Megan goes back-and-forth between the tundra setting and a roaring volcano, rapping with equal parts ice and fire: “I know bitches gotta be losing money, how they keep watching me winning/Told him boy since you keep looking at it, might as well go ahead and spend it.”

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