Megan Thee Stallion's brash, confident second album, 'Traumazine,' exposes everything.

Consider everything Megan Thee Stallion has gone through in the 21 months since her rousing debut, "Good News," was released: 

Three Grammy Awards; a slew of Billboard Hot 100 and R&B chart hits

collaborations with artists ranging from Maroon 5 to Doja Cat; college graduation; a first-look deal with Netflix;

a surprise performance at this year's Academy Awards; and the establishment of a nonprofit in her parents' honour.

Oh, and she's been embroiled in a public contract dispute with her label, 1501 Certified Entertainment,

which is likely what prompted her surprise announcement Thursday that her long-awaited sophomore album would be released at midnight.