The Doll House with Babydoll

The Doll House with Babydoll

The Doll House with Babydoll

This summer, the music scene is set ablaze as two of the most dynamic and influential female rappers, Megan Thee Stallion and GloRilla, team up for a concert that’s already the talk of the town in Raleigh, NC. Megan, hailing from Houston, Texas, has dominated the charts with her fiery lyrics, confident persona, and a trademark blend of rap that’s both empowering and infectious. On the other hand, GloRilla, Memphis’ own breakout star, has quickly risen through the ranks with her gritty beats and raw energy, capturing the essence of trap rap with a fresh, feminine twist. Their upcoming concert at the PNC Arena is not just a performance but a cultural event, celebrating the power of female artistry in hip-hop. Beyond their chart-topping hits, both artists are known for their deep album tracks that resonate on a personal level with fans, weaving narratives that range from self-empowerment to vulnerability. This listicle aims to shine a light on those deeper cuts from their discographies, offering a glimpse into the soulful and often overlooked aspects of their musical journeys.

This playlist serves as an introduction to the deeper, more personal sides of Megan Thee Stallion and GloRilla. It invites fans and new listeners alike to explore the tracks that may not dominate the radio waves but are essential to understanding their artistry and the messages they seek to convey through their music.

  • 1. Megan Thee Stallion - Circles

    “Circles” is a raw and emotional song about heartbreak and the struggles of moving on from a toxic relationship.
    As the beat drops, Megan’s flow takes center stage as she raps about trying to break free from this toxic relationship. She opens up about the constant back-and-forth of wanting to leave but being pulled back in by the other person’s charm and manipulation. It’s a relatable struggle for anyone who has been through it!

  • 2.GloRilla - No More Love

    The track “No More Love” by GloRilla is a standout departure from her usual high-energy hits, giving us a glimpse of her softer side. With introspective lyrics and a mellow beat, she touches on themes of loyalty and the challenges of fame. GloRilla’s heartfelt vocals capture the struggles of relationships and the music industry with raw emotion.



    The track starts off with a slow, dreamy melody that sets the mood for the introspective lyrics to come. GloRilla’s voice is soulful and filled with emotion as she reflects on the sacrifices she’s had to make for her career. She touches on themes of trust and betrayal, opening up about how difficult it can be to maintain personal connections when you’re constantly in the spotlight.


    But despite these challenges, GloRilla remains steadfast in her loyalty. She makes it clear that while fame may have changed her life, it hasn’t changed who she is at her core. Her vulnerability and honesty are


  • 3. Megan Thee Stallion ft. VickeeLo - "Ride Or Die"

    This track is a testament to Megan’s versatility as an artist, blending New Orleans bounce music with her sharp lyrical prowess. It’s a deep cut that showcases her ability to create party anthems that also serve as empowering messages to her fans.

  • 4. GloRilla - "Blessed"

    In “Blessed,” GloRilla takes a moment to reflect on her success and the road that led her there. It’s a motivational track that resonates with anyone striving to make their dreams a reality, highlighting her gratitude and relentless work ethic.

  • 5. Megan Thee Stallion - "B.I.T.C.H."

    The 2Pac remake starts off with a haunting beat and Megan’s fierce delivery as she declares, “Real hot girl shit, yeah I’m in my bag!” This sets the tone for the rest of the track as Megan confidently owns her sexuality and independence. She raps about being unapologetically herself and not needing anyone else to validate her worth. In a world where women are often told to conform to certain standards, “B.I.T.C.H.” serves as a powerful reminder that it’s okay to be exactly

  • 6. GloRilla, Gloss Up, Slimeroni - Wrong One feat. K Carbon, Aleza

    Wrong One” begins with the story of a young woman who is tired of being taken for granted and disrespected by her partner. She has had enough and is ready to take control of her life. The beat drops and the chorus kicks in, featuring strong and confident verses from not only herself but also her crew members. They rap about breaking free from toxic relationships, standing up for oneself, and living life on their own terms. You can’t help but feel inspired by the powerful message behind “Wrong One.” It’s a reminder to not settle for less and to demand the love and respect we deserve. The song also touches on the importance of surrounding oneself with supportive friends who uplift and empower each other.



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