Musicians following each other on social media is always spectacle to behold. It’s almost as spellbinding as watching artists perform live collaborations. Speaking of collabs, Doja Cat recently announced all the huge featurettes we can expect on her upcoming album Planet Her. The alternative rapper first made her third album known on Instagram to fans after declaring it’s “all ready” back in September. Now the “Say So” rapper is giving us all the details on her latest body of work.
Doja Cat’s Major Collabs
Following them for a reeeeaaaaasssoooonnn 😉 Guess why.
— IN A TESSIE (@DojaCat) January 5, 2021
There’s no doubt that Doja Cat’s newest album will go platinum. The rapper’s track record for producing good music checks out. She’s already won awards for her biggest songs “Say So” and “Juicy.” The young emcee even worked with major artists like The Weekend, Ariana Grande, Nicki Minaj and City Girls. The girl has fans from wall to wall. Now Doja Cat is gearing up for the release of her third album Planet Her. More importantly, she’s collaborating with some of music’s biggest stars once again.
On Monday, the “Rules” rapper took to social media to reveal the A-listers featured on the album. Specifically speaking, Doja Cat called attention to the 8 musicians she recently started following. Keep in mind, that some of those names include music giants SZA, Megan Thee Stallion, Saweetie and Ariana Grande. “Following them for a reeeeaaaaasssoooonnn 😉 Guess why,” Doja Cat tweeted on Monday. The rapper has done collabs with many of these artists in the past. Her most verse appeared on Ariana Grande’s “Motive” off her 2020 Positions album. It’s only right that her famous friends return the favor.
Doja Cat Wanted Planet Her To Come Out Sooner
Fans are glad to here that Doja Cat’s third album Planet Her will finally get a release date. The rapper herself probably feels a sense of relief, now that the country is exhibiting a semblance of normalcy. Back in September, the “Like That” rapper interviewed with Fat Joe to express her frustration over album release delays due to the novel pandemic. “You have to plan things accordingly and there’s a lot going on,” the rapper told Fat Joe.
A few months later, Doja Cat revealed the album name as Planet Her. Now that we have the album name and all the list of major collabs to expect, we just need the release date. We have a feeling that’ll arrive sooner than later.