From Doja Cat to DaBaby, meet the breakout artists of the 2021 Grammys
It’s hard to believe that Meg is relatively new to the music scene when she’s all anyone can talk about. Still, 2021 will be the first time the rapper has been recognized by the Recording Academy. She goes into the ceremony with four nominations: Best New Artist, Record of the Year, Best Rap Song and Best Rap Performance.
Of course, her die-hard fans were already listening to her album Tina Snow in 2018, but the rest of us got to know Meg when she released “Hot Girl Summer” in 2019.
This single took the artist to a superstar and earned the rapper her first Billboard Top 20. She then signed a record deal with Roc Nation and was included in Time magazine’s Time 100 Next list.
In 2020, she exceeded Time’s expectations when she released the EP Suga, which featured her famous TikTok song “Savage”.
Then there is their No. 1 single “WAP” with Cardi B. and her remix of Ariana Grande‘s “34 + 35” with Doja Cat. In other words, it won’t go away anytime soon.