Video Review: Lil Baby & Megan Thee Stallion “On Me (Remix)”

Lil Baby stands on an iceberg in the ocean. Two twentysomething lay on the snow to the left and right of him. He and Megan Thee Stallion dance by the rows of icicles behind him. A gun, dusted with snow, lies on the ground along with some money.

Lil Baby stands on a clear ice house as the snow falls. He flexes. Megan Thee Stallion raps on top of volcano. Four twentysomething women dance on the edges. Black smoke rises in the distance. One of the twentysomething women sticks out her tongue. Megan Thee Stallion sits on top of the clear ice glass house with Baby.

Rating: 3.5/5

Megan Thee Stallion balances herself as the ground shakes. A twentysomething woman scrambles for her bag. A second twentysomething woman texts Lil Baby and lets them know they are on their way. Two other twentysomething women start to climb down and form a chain.

Lil Baby gets out the First Aid kit. He sets up trays of food. Several twentysomething women place mattresses on the ground. Lil Baby searches for blankets. One of the twentysomething women gets out the warmers. She suggests they should stay closer to the edge. Lil Baby says he’ll notify security to have some guards there.

Megan Thee Stallion coughs as she walks on the ice. She covers her arms and says she thinks they are getting closer. One of the twentysomething from the Ice World hands Megan Thee Stallion a blanket. A second twentysomething woman from Ice World walks them to the warming area. Megan Thee Stallion says some of the ladies were able to salvage things. They’ll only be staying for a few days. Lil Baby tells her the volcano is going to be inhabitable for awhile. He talks to the twentysomething women from Volcano World and tells them to they are home and don’t worry about imposing.

Director: Mike Ho Year: 2021

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Pam Avoledo spends her time binge-watching classic teen dramas and stands firm in her pro-Leyton stance. She also received her journalism degree in 2006 from Oakland University. Her poetry has been published in the White Wall Review and 45 Magazine.