Megan Thee Stallion Net Worth

Megan Thee Stallion Net Worth

Have you ever wondered what the net worth of Megan thee Stallion is? Well, the young Houston rapper has taken the world by storm and is worth millions.

She is famously known for her hit song Hot Girl Summer and Savage.

As of December 2022, Megan Thee Stallion has a net worth of $8 million.

This post will describe how the breakout star achieved her success.

Early Life

Megan Thee Stallion, formerly known as Megan Jovon Ruth Pete, was born in San Antonio, Texas, on February 15th, 1995. Her mother, Holly Thomas, would move to Houston immediately after her birth.

Thomas was the first rapper in the family; she rapped under the name “Hollywood” and brought Megan to her studio sessions. This is where Megan first found her love for rapping.

Megan began writing raps at 16, but her mother urged her to stay in school and not start her rap career until she finished school.

Megan would take her advice and graduate from Pearland Highschool in 2013 and attend Prairie View A&M University.

During her freshman year, she began uploading videos of her freestyling on social media. She would also compete in battle rap ciphers, and a clip of her battling a male opponent went viral.

She would capitalize on the buzz and go on to become one of the hottest new rappers out.


Meg laying down wearing a dress.
Source: LA Times

1501 Certified Entertainment

Megan would get the stage name Megan The Stallion because of her tall frame and thick figure. She would embrace it and released her first single, Like a Stallion, in 2016.

She would follow this up with her first solo project, Make it Hot, which produced her first hit single, Last Week in HTx; the song amassed several million views on YouTube.

She was becoming known nationally, and the record labels began calling. In early 2018, she signed her first record deal with 1501 Certified Entertainment.

Under the label, she would release a ten-song extended play(Ep) titled Tina Show.

The Ep was well received and got positive reviews from notable music mediums like Pitchfork and the Fader.

The Ep also produced the hit single Big Ole Freak, which gave Megan her first chart entry, peaking at number 65 on the Billboard top 100.

Megan was one of the hottest young rappers, earning her spot on the XXL’s Freshman Class in 2019, and her freestyle was considered one of the best in the class.

In August of 2019, she would release Hot Girl Summer alongside Nicki Minaj and Ty Dolla Sign.

Hot Girl Summer would peak at number 11 on the billboard top 100, making it her first top 20 hits.

The song’s success goes beyond just the charts; her song went on to create the phrase “Hot Girl.” The phrase urges women to be confident and unapologetically themselves.

Her fans, who she refers to as “Hotties,” are inspired by her work, and Hot Girl became one of the most popular phrases on the internet.

Megan had become a household name and would sign with the Jay-Z-owned record label Roc Nation.

Roc Nation

In March 2020, she released the EP Suga under the new label. That same month the song Savage from the project went viral on Tik Tok and gained 15.7 million views.

Later, the song would become her first number-one song on the Billboard top 100. 

Megan would follow up with a second number one as a feature on rapper Cardi’s B song WAP in August of 2020.

The single broke the record for most streams in the first week of release with 93 million.

She was nominated for nearly 100 music awards and won 27 awards in 2020.

The most notable winnings were Apples Music Best Female Artist, BET’s Best Collaboration, and Billboard’s top rap female artist.

Megan finished the year by releasing her debut album Good News in November.

Good News debuted at number 2 on the billboard top 100. She dominated the music industry in 2020 and is already one of the best female rappers of the past decade.

Megan Thee Stallion Net Worth

As of December 2022, Megan The Stallion has a net worth of $8 million. Her value is from music sales from streaming platforms like Apple Music and Spotify.

She also makes money from live performances and features. She exploded on the scene and essentially made the bulk of her money in two years.

She was also recently recognized by her hometown of Houston and was presented the key to the city for her philanthropic work through Her non-profit Pete and Thomas foundation.

The pandemic limited her touring opportunities, but now that things are opening up, Meg is set to hit multiple cities across the country.

She recently performed at Coachella in April and set the stage on fire with a breathtaking freestyle that went viral on the internet.

Meg is making an impact on and off the stage, and as time goes on, her worth and popularity should only continue to grow.

Key Takeaways

Take Advice

Megan luckily was able to take her mother’s advice, who was also an inspiring artist.

She was able to advise Megan to be patient through the process, and as a result, Megan is one of the best female rappers out.

You obviously must be careful who to take advice from. With that being said, if it’s someone who is in your field, you should be all ears.

Love yourself

 Megan’s motto, “Hot Girl,” is more than just a catchy phrase. She uses it as a mechanism to bring women together, hoping they embrace and love their bodies as much as she does.

Her mindset has allowed her to be fully authentic with music, which resonates with so many women worldwide.

Self-love means accepting you for yourself. Once you’re comfortable with yourself, it will make the journey to success much more manageable.