Megan Thee Stallion proves she can’t be placed in a box. From her lyrical prowess to earning an undergraduate degree while actively touring across the country, the Houston Hottie is always leveling up. With her next move, she’s keeping that same energy.
The “Plan B” rapper has reportedly filed a trademark related to upcoming music, future performances, and clothing.
What's The Next Move For Meg?
Megan has wowed listeners with her rhymes since her first mixtape. The body-positive artist has impacted culture with her unapologetic lyrics and audacious presentation.
Because of her bold expression, the Grammy-award-winning artist has her fans on edge with what could be coming next in new music.
According to a recent tweet from Josh Gerben, Megan submitted a trademark application that will advance her influence in music and fashion.
Her recent filing with the United States Patent and Trademarks Office alludes to new music or a forthcoming album. Officially filed by Hot Girl Trademark Holdings, LLC, the application references audio and video recordings featuring music and artistic performances; audio tapes featuring music; compact discs featuring music; digital music downloadable from the internet; downloadable music files; downloadable music files authenticated by non-fungible tokens (NFTs).
Megan Thee Stallion has filed a new trademark for:
The trademark application, filed on May 27th, is drafted in such a way that this could (emphasis on COULD) be the name of @theestallion‘s next album.#MeganTheeStallion pic.twitter.com/VQOtkzXxse
— Josh Gerben (@JoshGerben) June 3, 2022
The application also references various items for possible merch and includes entertainment services like radio and podcasts. With such a diverse range of possibilities, Megan Thee Stallion is possibly poised to make a significant mark on pop culture.
Megan’s innovation regarding her career is nothing new. As previously reported by AfroTech, the Texas native partnered with AmazeVR to announce their first-ever virtual reality concert tour, Enter Thee Hottieverse. The debut music experience started in April and is set to run through July across 10 U.S. cities.
As the details of that late May trademark filings flesh out, the world will proverbially be holding their breath to see what Hot Girl Meg will hit fans with next.