Call her Beyoncé Thee Knowles.
Megan Thee Stallion and Beyoncé surprised fans with a remix of Stallion’s hit song “Savage.”
The popular TikTok jam got the A-lister treatment — with a charitable twist. Because both songstresses hail from Houston, Texas, proceeds from the song will benefit the city’s Bread of Life coronavirus relief fund, reports Pitchfork.
Both Stallion, 25, and Bey, 38, added new verses to the track, which is a popular backing song to viral TikTok videos. Knowles added instantly iconic lyrics to the already immensely catchy song, such as, “If you don’t jump to put jeans on baby you ain’t feel my pain.” She also shouted out her mom, Tina, as an original “savage.”
“Savage” isn’t the only TikTok hit to get rap royal treatment. Doja Cat’s jam “Say So” will be graced with new verses from the one and only Nicki Minaj, 37, who announced her retirement from music months ago.
“YOU ASKED FOR IT tweet #SaySoRemix to get a sneak peek of the remix ft. @NICKIMINAJ,” Doja Cat, 24, tweeted on Wednesday afternoon, around the same time the “Savage” remix popped.
Although there’s no formal word on when the track will be released, excitement for the song was trending on Twitter.