One day after playing Rolling Loud NYC, Megan Thee Stallion hung around NYC for a smaller, free, Steve Madden Music-presented headlining show at Music Hall of Williamsburg last night (10/14). The line for the show -- which was free with RSVP, but first come, first served -- was already down the block and around the corner at Wythe by 7 PM, an hour before Statik Selektah's opening DJ set. The packed crowd was then treated to a set by Vina Love, and then Megan's DJ warmed everyone up before Megan came out to play a set full of songs from her breakout year.

She played her 2018 sleeper hit "Big Ole Freak," along with a few others from her 2018 album Tina Snow ("Neva," "Freak Nasty," "Cocky AF," "Tina Montana," "Hot Girl"), and also did tons of faves from this year's Fever, including "Cash Shit," "Realer," "Sex Talk," and "Simon Says." She also played some of her recent collabs, like the Gucci Mane collab "Big Booty" and the Moneybagg Yo collab "All Dat," the latter of which had been released just a few days before the show. For "Big Booty" and "Simon Says," Megan brought up members of the audience to dance on stage. And of course, it wouldn't be a Megan Thee Stallion show if she didn't play "Hot Girl Summer."

Pictures are in the gallery above and some videos are below...


photos by Edwina Hay

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