Doja Cat Announces Brand-New Album, ‘Scarlet’

The next album from Doja Cat has been unveiled at last. The singer used her social media platforms to introduce ‘Scarlet,’ the highly anticipated successor to her 2021 release ‘Her World.’ While additional details about the album are still pending confirmation, Doja Cat did disclose that the album is set to be released in September.

Take a look at the album’s cover art below.

In her latest musical endeavours, Doja Cat dropped the single ‘Paint The Town Red’ in August. This marked her second release of 2023, following the comeback track ‘Attention,’ which made its debut in June.

At this moment, it remains uncertain whether both ‘Paint The Town Red’ and ‘Attention’ will be included in her forthcoming album ‘Scarlet’.

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Since the release of ‘Planet Her,’ Doja Cat has been active on various fronts. She delivered the hit ‘Vegas,’ a Top 10 Billboard track featured on the Elvis soundtrack. Additionally, she made a notable appearance on the remix of SZA’s chart-topping single ‘Kill Bill.’ Excitingly, she has unveiled plans for her debut North American arena tour, scheduled to commence later this year, with support from Ice Spice and Doechii.

However, in a recent turn of events, last month Doja Cat chose to delete her Threads account, resulting in a loss of 180,000 followers on her Instagram. This decision came in the wake of her expressing dissatisfaction with her fans through a series of posts. She took to Twitter to express her frustration, specifically targeting fan accounts that refer to themselves as ‘kittenz’.

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Earlier this month, it was reported that she had lost around 500,000 followers on Instagram. She has since responded to the unfollowing spree, writing: “Seeing all these people unfollow makes me feel like I’ve defeated a large beast that’s been holding me down for so long,” she wrote on her Instagram story, “and it feels like I can reconnect with people who really matter and love me for who i am and not for who i was.”