Megan Thee Stallion & Beyonce Make History with Best Rap Performance For ‘Savage’ (Remix) at the 2021 Grammys

“Savage” (Remix) was nominated up against “The Bigger Picture” by Lil Baby, “The Box” by Roddy Rich, “RockStar” by DaBaby featuring Roddy Rich, and “Laugh Now, Cry Later” by Drake and Lil Durk. As the two Texas stars took the stage, the genuine aura of love, admiration, and support was just what we needed to see in honor of Women’s History Month 2021.
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Houston Hotties, Megan Thee Stallion, and Beyonce snagged Best Rap Song at the 63rd Annual Grammy Awards for “Savage” (Remix) and we are all here for it.

“Savage” (Remix) was nominated up against “The Bigger Picture” by Lil Baby, “The Box” by Roddy Rich, “RockStar” by DaBaby featuring Roddy Rich, and “Laugh Now, Cry Later” by Drake and Lil Durk. As the two Texas stars took the stage, the genuine aura of love, admiration, and support was just what we needed to see in honor of Women’s History Month 2021.

“Savage” (Remix) was nominated up against “The Bigger Picture” by Lil Baby, “The Box” by Roddy Rich, “RockStar” by DaBaby featuring Roddy Rich, and “Laugh Now, Cry Later” by Drake and Lil Durk. As the two Texas stars took the stage, the genuine aura of love, admiration, and support was just what we needed to see in honor of Women’s History Month 2021.
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Megan Thee Stallion made history by becoming the first female rapper to win a Grammy since Lauryn Hill. It also marked her first career Grammy followed by another win which she accepted alongside Queen Bey who broke Grammy record by going home with a total of 28 wins.

“Savage” (Remix) featuring Beyonce was released in April 2020 as a single from Megan’s debut album “Good News.” The song later reached number one on the charts of Billboard Hot 100 that following May. The Houston rapper gave a heartwarming acceptance speech where she thanked her late mother, who is with her in spirit and always believed in her. 

Houston Hotties, Megan Thee Stallion, and Beyonce snagged Best Rap Song at the 63rd Annual Grammy Awards for “Savage” (Remix) and we are all here for it!
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In addition, Megan took home a total of three Grammy wins. The Houston Hottie mentioned she once used to ask herself, “What would Beyonce do?” Considering what we all have already seen, we can all say she’s already on the right path.

“Savage” (Remix) was nominated up against “The Bigger Picture” by Lil Baby, “The Box” by Roddy Rich, “RockStar” by DaBaby featuring Roddy Rich, and “Laugh Now, Cry Later” by Drake and Lil Durk. As the two Texas stars took the stage, the genuine aura of love, admiration, and support was just what we needed to see in honor of Women’s History Month 2021.
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Meanwhile, an old tweet resurfaced from 2014 where she mentions that she knew her rap career would skyrocket. Perhaps, she was aware it would be Thee Hot Girl Grammys 7 years later.