• Muzik First


It may seem like just yesterday that Doja Cat’s sophomore album "Hot Pink" launched the LA rapper to stardom, and now she releases her third studio album titled "Planet Her." The LP features a string of notable guests, including SZA, Ariana Grande, J.I.D, and Young Thug. The new album leads the Apple Music Pre-Add Chart for the week of June 11th through June 17th. Pre-adds allow listeners to queue up an album to be added to their library when it’s released, offering a good indication of the albums that fans are most excited about. The space-themed album consists of 14 songs that highlight Doja's versatility. Opening track "Woman" frolics with a reggae-fused sound that differs from what she's usually known or recognized for. On songs like the Young Thug-featuring "Payday" and Ariana Grande-featuring "I Don't Do Drugs," Doja channels nostalgia for the early '00s. Still, with plenty of modern innovation — her sound is familiar yet fresh all at the same time. "Planet Her" has no skips, not even the previously released singles. It showcases many sides to Doja but remains cohesive — if you don't consume it in its entirety, you'll definitely miss out on truly understanding her world.