Doja Cat

Throughout the course of her career, Los Angeles native Doja Cat has built a vaunted discography of eclectic rap. After releasing her first track "So High" on SoundCloud in the 2010s, she signed a joint venture with RCA through Dr. Luke's Kemosabe Records. Doja's debut album Amala dropped in 2018 and eventually went gold with tracks like the platinum-selling "Juicy," "Tia Tamera" and "Mooo!" catching fire with time. The latter track turned Doja into a viral sensation, thanks to the meme-able music video that she released on her own.

In 2019, Doja started to move from the underground to the mainstream realm. Her sophomore effort, Hot Pink, debuted within the top 10 on the Billboard 200. Project singles like “Say So” showcased a refined blend of hip-hop, pop and R&B genres that she’s known for weaving together. That record also topped Billboard's Hot 100 chart after being upgraded with a remix from Nicki Minaj. Moving the needle even more, "Streets" picked up steam and became the soundtrack to the once unavoidable Silhouette Challenge.

By the time 2021 rolled around, she had multiple top 25 songs in her chart history and Grammy nominations for categories such as Best New Artist. Planet Her followed and housed a legitimate hit with the SZA-assisted "Kiss Me More." The track spent a record 19 weeks on the Billboard 100 top 10, peaking at No. 3. The project's run altogether earned her eight Grammy nominations. Doja Cat took home gramophone for Pop Duo/Group Performance, which is credited to the firepower of “Kiss Me More.” With about 20 cumulative Grammy nominations and Hot 100 entries (seven of those peaking in the top 10) so far, Doja is rightfully regarded as a leading figure in the rap game.

  • Selected Discography: Amala (2019), Hot Pink (2019), Planet Her 2021), “Juicy” featuring Tyga (2019), “Need to Know” (2021) “Kiss Me More” featuring SZA (2021)
  • Related Artists: Doechii, Nicki Minaj, Coi Leray
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