Megan Thee Stallion has not let up since releasing her joint song "WAP" over the summer. Now the superstar is riding the wave of her debut album, Good News with an accompanying music video for the song, "Body."

The song, which embraces the self-proclaimed stallion's love for her body and curves, was inspired by the extra weight she picked up during quarantine, she said during an interview with Released. 

"I'm like walking around the living room, freestyling and appreciating my quarantine body 'cause I feel like I got a little fluffy and thick, and I was like, 'Baby I still look good,'" the rapper said. 

Just as the lyrics embody the artist's appreciation for her quarantine weight gain, the music video features Megan dressed in body-hugging, thigh-gripping attire. 

In the opening of the music video for "Body," Meg dominates in an all-black, see-through one piece with daring heels, giving us all the body positivity vibes. 

And just as the rapper has recently stood on her pedestal to encourage other Black women to embrace and love themselves, it was only right the music video included surprise cameos of other women. 

Actress Taraji P. Henson, Jordyn Woods, Blac Chyna, and model Tabria Majors were some of the celebrities who made appearances, according to Harpers Bazaar. 

The women appeared to all be laced in a leather outfit or donning leather accessories, showing off their curves. 

But of course, fans took to Twitter to swoon over Meg's new song and music video.

While the visuals were definitely hitting, other people were amazed at the choreography. 

Others were impressed so much they'll probably be spending their weekend learning the new moves. 

The album being ironically titled Good News amid a pandemic gives fans a slight break from the world's ongoing battle with COVID-19 and racial injustice.

The album features DaBaby, City Girls, SZA and 2 Chainz and includes the summer hit "Savage (Remix)" with Beyoncé.

Most notably on the album, however, is the first song which is a diss track to rapper Tory Lanez who Megan said shot her in the foot after a night with friends, as Blavity previously reported

The song "Shots Fired" is over the sampled beat from 2Pac's "Who Shot Ya" and takes direct aims at Lanez.

“Imagine n***as lyin’ about shootin’ a real b***h. Just to save face for rapper n****s you chill with. Imagine me givin’ a f**k it was your f**kin’ birthday. You in your feelings, I just thought it was another Thursday,” Megan raps in the song. 

Megan has given her fans nothing but good vibes and positivity while in quarantine and we couldn't be happier for her. Go off, Meg!