Doja Cat Hints At a Hip-Hop Comeback On Her Forthcoming Album

In addition to music, the Grammy winner has expressed interest in acting and stand-up comedy. In a new interview with Elle, Doja Cat previewed elements of her fourth studio album, stating that she will focus more on rapping than singing this time around.

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Doja’s rise from internet obscurity to Number One pop musician is chronicled in the fashion and beauty magazine’s cover story. While her best songs, such as ‘Say So’ and ‘Kiss Me More,’ have been concentrated on her vocals, according to the story, the forthcoming Doja Cat album will be ‘predominantly rap.’

Despite the fact that she has ‘not begun’ working on the record, she told writer Marjon Carlos that it is ‘coming up.’

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Despite the fact that her status as a rapper is debatable, Doja maintains her connection to the genre throughout the conversation.  She said that she’s been rapping since the beginning, and that she couldn’t even sing very well to begin with.

Doja Cat has toured extensively since the album’s release, performing at festivals such as Coachella and Lollapalooza. Her performance was cut short owing to an injury to a fan in the latter.

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She also went back and forth on proclaiming that she had “left” music earlier this year. Following that, she underwent tonsillectomy and announced that she would no longer be touring with ‘You Right’ partner, The Weeknd in order to heal.

In terms of music, she’ll be featured on Post Malone’s fourth studio album, ‘Twelve Carat Toothache,’ due out next month, as well as on the Elvis soundtrack with the song ‘Vegas.’