Take a Peek at Megan Thee Stallion, Sza, + Normani on ‘Rolling Stone’ Cover

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Rolling Stone celebrates Women’s History Month with Megan Thee Stallion, Normani, and SZA on their featured cover.

Megan Thee Stallion shares with Rolling Stone how she felt like the underdog in music for most of her life. “I had to be like 13 or 14, and I didn’t even tell nobody I could rap…I’d be watching the music awards and be like, ‘Man, that need to be me. I should be up there, I should’ve won that!’ None of these people know me”, the Houston indicated in her Rolling Stone interview.


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For SZA, during her The First Time interview, she recalls the first poems she wrote while in elementary school as being really dark and dramatic. “As I got older, I realized you can colorfully depict pain in a way that wasn’t so grotesque”, SZA indicates during her Rolling Stone interview.


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During Normani’s The First Time segment, the singer discussed her first time working as a brand ambassador for Rihanna’s Savage x Fenty brand. Rolling Stone quotes the star saying, “The first time I worked for the brand was as a model at the fashion show”. “It was crazy. It’s not every day that I’m just on stage dancing hard, jigging, and in lingerie”.


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To find out more on what the three music stars shared with Rolling Stone, be sure to snag a magazine at your local shopping center. The issue just released on March 3rd, and is now available on stands. Check it out here.