It seems like right now, wherever Doja Cat goes, the cameras and spotlight follow.
Just a few weeks ago Doja sat runway-side at Schiaparelli’s Haute Couture show. Well, describing it as simply sitting might be a bit of a gloss over, considering she was covered head to toe, skin and all, in over 30,000 blood-red Swarovski crystals. Inspired by Dante’s Inferno, this look blew up all over social media where fans debated whether she or Kylie Jenner had a more outlandish outfit.
She then popped up in the news feed for her black latex dress from Atelier Versace. The Grammy’s were a sight to behold overall, with Doja’s glistening black dress taking attention away from other musical starlets.
So, how did Doja Cat go from singing bars like “Bitch I’m a cow,” to being nominated for five Grammies? Find out below as we unpack her discography.
I LIKE YOU
Whenever we see Post Malone’s name pop up in a by-line, a few thoughts come to mind. Either we’re going to get this somewhat rugged version of Posty, or we’re going to receive soft, bubblegum lyricism and good vibes. I Like You pairs Posty’s soothing vocals and Doja Cat’s self-empowering lyrics, giving us a feel-good banger for the ages.
Woman is a Latin-influenced track, featuring a quick, choppy beat that makes you want to sway your hips back and forth. Doja showcases her keen ability to rap, as well as sing, performing both the chorus and subsequent bars. This track is a must-add to any of your good vibes playlists.
Definitely a track that is here for the bants, MOOO! is a song that pairs satirical lyrics with a pop-influenced approach to rap. This track is influential in defining Doja’s voice as we hear similar flows down the line. Today, tracks that have a similar tone have exploded, such as (funnily enough), Doja by Central Cee.
KISS ME MORE
This collaboration with SZA took over the internet and played on repeat at almost every club across the world. If you’re telling me that you don’t know every word to this song, (or at least the chorus), then you’re lying. SZA and Doja put a banger for the girls with this one. Shit, even I felt empowered listening to it.
Slowing down her discography is You Right, a more sensual track that recruits the skillset of a formidable companion, The Weeknd. This is another track that has certainly come across your social media feed. It seems like everything Doja Cat has released as of late has been gold. Or should I say, swarovski crystal?
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