Megan Thee Stallion and Dua Lipa Make the Sweetest Pie: Two Grammy winners join forces as rapper Megan Thee Stallion and pop mega-star Dua Lipa unite on new single and video “Sweetest Pie.”

According to the press release, “‘Sweetest Pie’ is a super delicious, sexy track that celebrates women being thee prize, whatever that means to them. The single releases alongside its music video, directed by Dave Meyers and produced by Freenjoy. ‘Sweetest Pie’ is the first teaser from Megan’s forthcoming album.”

It’s a very provocative, sensual track with a metaphor that thwacks you over the head like a hammer.

“Ooh, baby, we can go fast, I’ll drive and you just lay back, I got the flavor that lasts, yeah, the sweetest pie, I might take you home with this, I might give you all of it, Come get your dose of the sweetest pie,” sings Dua Lipa in the chorus.

Yeah, they’re not talking about baking.

The video is both awesome and insane. A sort of naughty forest fantasy, at one point they’re in a lavish room decorated with human butts. Hands destroy pies (literal pies this time), and there’s a lot of twerking. You really have to see it.

Megan Thee Stallion and Dua Lipa Make the Sweetest Pie: Megan Thee Stallion and Dua Lipa’s “Sweetest Pie” is out now.

Press bios:

“2021 saw Megan win three GRAMMY Awards and be nominated for four, two NAACP Image Awards, and Top Rap Female Artist at the Billboard Music Awards. This year she is nominated for two GRAMMY Awards, including “Thot Shit” for Best Rap Performance. Megan is slated to join Dua Lipa on her Future Nostalgia Tour on three select dates, and is expected to embark on her own tour in the summer.”

“Dua Lipa is currently on the US leg of her critically acclaimed Future Nostalgia World Tour, which Billboard called “exactly the kind of return-to-the-real-world concert pop fans have been thirsting for.” Megan will be joining Dua on the Future Nostalgia World Tour next week in Denver, Tulsa, and Phoenix. The three-time GRAMMY Award winner came into 2022 with the Billboard Top Hot 100 Song of the Year for her single “Levitating,” and a GRAMMY Award for Best Pop Vocal Album for Future Nostalgia.”

LA Weekly