Doja Cat 'Planet Her': Air time, how to live stream, concept, tracklist and all about album as singer teases 'TOI 1338B' Twitter username
Within a week of releasing the banger 'Kiss Me More' with SZA, Doja Cat dropped subtle hints about 'Planet Her' release date
Music enthusiasts were left wanting more when Doja Cat ended her VMA 2020 interview with immense suspense. She said she was working on her "next project" and promised it would be fun. Since then, there has been no concrete announcement from the icon.
On Wednesday, however, Doja left the internet in a tizzy when she changed her username TOI 1338B, which is an actual name of a planet, a subtle hint towards her third album 'Planet H.E.R.'. Since this comes within weeks of her releasing 'Kiss Me More' with SZA, it only generated more curiosity.
As we mentioned earlier, there has not been a confirmed update yet. But Doja did say that it would release this summer. "It's people that I respect and I'm extremely excited about having on the album and it's a full-circle moment for me, basically," Doja told SZA during an interview with V Magazine and added: "Just knowing that I have you on it is just sexy. It's perfect. I feel confident. It doesn't feel like something out of myself, you know? I feel like I'm doing what I want to do."
How to live stream
Again, a little foggy on this since there has been no specific information about the album. However, 'Kiss Me More' is up on Spotify, and therefore, we have good reason to believe that the remaining tracks will be up on the platform as well. Watch this space for more updates.
In her interview with the said outlet, Doja said 'Planet Her' stood for "giving divine feminine". While we understand what that means, watching the 'Kiss Me More' video will give you a clear picture of what to expect from the album. It's a whole new world. The lead track to her highly-anticipated album pulled viewers into an unexplored realm where an arid oasis and hallucinogenic fruits take precedence.
The 'Planet Her' tracklist continues to be unconfirmed. According to Genius, it will be a compilation of recent singles and snippets, including 'Payday' and 'Kiss Me More'. Of these, the last track gained quite a bit of traction, and fans around the world are enjoying the beats. Talking to Apple Music's Zane Lowe she said: “I just thought of her, and it just felt right,” and added: “This beat felt right. I love hearing her on uptempo stuff. She did the Maroon 5 song that I was obsessed with. And then, yeah, it was just like, ‘Why is this not a conversation? We're putting her on there, right now. We're doing it.’ And she killed it.”