Washington, D.C. – Megan Thee Stallion kicked off NPR’s first annual Tiny Desk Fest to perform her acclaimed mixtape Fever.

Megan was backed by the live band talents of Phony Ppl as she performed her myriad of hits including “Hot Girl Summer,” “Big Ole Freak” and “Cash Shit.” During the mini-concert, she premiered a new song dedicated to her side pieces. Megan’s charisma and skills filled the void left by collaborators like Nicki Minaj, DaBaby and Ty Dolla $ign.

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Megan’s career has been heating up as the Houston rapper recently made her Saturday Night Live debut performing “Handsome” alongside Chance The Rapper last week. Along with SNL, she popped up on Gucci Mane‘s “Big Booty” from Woptober II as well as a new collaboration with New Orleans’ VickeeLo titled “Ride or Die” from the upcoming film Queen & Slim.