Watch Megan Thee Stallion and Jamaican Star Shenseea Teach Tongue Lessons on ‘Lick’
Shenseea is here to teach some lessons about how to “Lick.” The Jamaican songstress joined Megan Thee Stallion for an equally NSFW song as Cardi B‘s “WAP.”
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The not-so-subtle music video features an assortment of lickable treats — lollipops, popsicles and ice cream cones — set amid a cotton candy-colored landscape.
“Finna teach you how to LICK,” Shenseea tweeted with a teaser for the song Thursday, before adding in a second tweet, “I always wanted to write a suck p*ssy song…some of y’all need guidance on how to eat 🙄.”
And the song’s message is plain clear: Shenseea sings, “Put your back in it.” “Lick it hard but not too hard/ Swing it about like a sippy cup.” Megan offers some pointed advice on her verse, echoing her provocative contributions on the art of female pleasure on “WAP”: “Take it out, catch your breath, get back in it/ He addicted like it had a little crack in it/ Suck it like a crab leg, I’m cracking it/ Take it out, catch your breath, get back in it.” Shenseea announced a pop-up for fans to see her in New York City on her Instagram account Thursday evening, leading up to the midnight drop. “I’m just going to do it.”
The new track marks Shenseea’s follow-up to earworm “Dolly,” which arrived earlier this month, and “You’re the One I Love” with Rvssian last year. As for Megan, who’s set to perform at Coachella later this year, it’s her first song since joining Jimmy Fallon and Ariana Grande on vaccine-promoting holiday track “It Was A… (Masked Christmas).”
Last year was a stellar one for Megan Thee Stallion, who graduated from Texas Southern University in December. She recently reflected on its importance for her and her family. “Before [my mother and grandmother] passed away, they saw me going to college and they were really hard on me about finishing college, so I was like, ‘You know what? I’m not just doing it for myself, I’m doing it for them too.’ I want them to be so proud,” she told Rolling Stone in December.