Over the years, the relationship between singer Beyoncé and rapper Megan Thee Stallion has been increasing. In fact, ever since their first meeting, Stallion gushed about her support for the artist, saying “In the first five minutes of the conversation, I felt like I’ve been knowing her all my life.” These days, Beyoncé and Stallion have recently collaborated on the hit “Savage” which spiked in popularity on platforms such as YouTube and Tiktok. Afterwards, Stallion continued to express her and Beyoncé’s support for each other, saying “We are like two peas in a pod. She treated me like family, and now I feel like family. We talk all the time.”
Despite their support, however, there is one aspect about their collaborated song that perplexes us: Beyoncé and Stallion have yet to perform their hit live. Actually, Beyoncé and Stallion have never performed any song together! With Beyoncé and her husband Jay Z on a summer long getaway in the Hamptons and Stallion trying to keep safe during the pandemic, it has been difficult for both singers to collaborate together this year. However, with both singers being nominated for a 2021 Grammy award, this dream of a collaboration may finally become a reality. As the Grammy Award ceremony is set to air at the Staples Center in Los Angeles on January 31, the list of performers are being put together, which alone has fans at the edge of their seats.
Beyoncé is nominated for multiple Grammy awards such as her single “Black Parade” and Best Music Video for “Brown Skin Girl”, from the Black is King project. Stallion’s “Savage Remix” has earned her four Grammy award nominations in New Artist, Rap Song, Record, and Rap Performance. Considering that “Savage Remix” was one of the hit songs of the year, with 60 million views and counting, it would be fitting to showcase their collaboration in the 2021 Grammy awards. In an interview with the Los Angeles Times recently, Stallion officially set the record straight, saying there is a high probability that the two will, in fact, perform their song together at the Grammy awards.
“Being from Houston, Texas, Beyoncé means everything to us”, says Stallion. “I’m sure Beyoncé means everything to a lot of people. But when I got to do a song with her? Oh my God. ” While their relationship is quite supportive, it is almost heartbreaking to mention that Beyoncé and Stallion will be competing against each other for an award: Record of the Year. Regardless of who wins the award, however, we are certain that they will always be very proud of each other for what they had accomplished in such a miserable year as 2020.
Other performances expected in the 2021 Grammy Awards include J Balvin, Dua Lipa, Bad Bunny, and Tainy. While none of these performances are confirmed, however, it would be a let down if Beyonce and Stallion will not be collaborating, especially after all the excitement and anticipation. Still, in these troubling times, good news is always welcome and we hope that Beyoncé and Stallion will answer our wishes in 2021.