Doja Cat Contributed to The ‘Elvis’ Biopic Soundtrack, ‘Vegas’

Doja previewed ‘Vegas’ during her Coachella 2022 set

Doja Cat has announced the release of ‘Vegas,’ her contribution to the upcoming Elvis biopic’s soundtrack. The film, directed by Baz Luhrmann and starring Austin Butler as the King of Rock’n’Roll, will be released in theatres on 24th June.

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Doja has confirmed the release of ‘Vegas,’ which she previewed during her Coachella 2022 set earlier this month. The song will be released next month, though no specific date has been set.

The song samples vocals from Big Mama Thornton’s ‘Hound Dog,’ which was previously performed by Elvis himself, according to a fragment of the song uploaded online. Now you may listen to a sample of ‘Vegas’.

This summer, RCA will release the complete Elvis Presley soundtrack. Although a spokeswoman for the label informed Variety that the album will have variants on Presley content that incorporate contributions from a number of musicians from different genres, the specific nature of the accompanying record is yet to be confirmed.

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Elvis’ first trailer was released in February, giving fans a first look at how the film will depict the legendary musician’s life and career. From his journey to fame to his extraordinary stardom, the film will follow Elvis’ connection with his manager Colonel Tom Parker (played by Tom Hanks).

Doja Cat will appear on Post Malone’s next album, ‘Twelve Carat Toothache,’ according to reports. On 23rd April, the rapper livestreamed snippets of tracks from the album, including one called ‘Happy,’ which Doja appears on.

While introducing the music, he told fans that he was really blessed and proud to have collaborated with her.