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Megan Thee Stallion kickstarted a dance challenge to coincide with the release of her self-directed "Captain Hook" video, the third track from her latest album, Suga.

The music video, which was co-produced by Max Julian, follows Stallion inside the recording studio, where she writes, argues, records, twerks, gambles, and parties her way through the process of making a new album. Watch the video below.

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While the challenge was primarily introduced on TikTok's rival Triller, it gained momentum on Instagram after Stallion herself posted the challenge her account, which she captioned "#captainhookchallenge Y’all want the music video ?." Check out her post below and keep scrolling to see how fans are taking on the 25-year-old rapper's #captainhookchallenge.

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