Doja Cat is the musical legend of this generation. An artist who can create music that not only gets GenZ grooving but Millenials too, Doja Cat has given us some of the best hits of this generation. With almost every song by the singer going viral on social media, it’s hard not to get addicted to her catchy tracks.
Recently, Doja Cat collaborated with Post Malone for ‘I Like You (A Happier Song)’ and gave us one of the most colourful music videos of this year. But it got us thinking about all of her other amazing collabs that have found a permanent place on our playlists.
Here’s a roundup. In case these songs arenn’t on your playlist, now might be a good time to add them.
‘Kiss Me More’ Ft. SZA
The song that got her first ever Grammy, ‘Kiss Me More’ featuring SZA was the ultimate song of 2021. Reigning over all the summer songs, it was equal parts disco and R&B that made it totally groove-worthy.
‘Like That’ Ft. Gucci Mane
Along with her iconic, ‘Say So’, it was ‘Like That’ by Doja Cat and Gucci Mane that was in everyone’s reels during the first lockdown. People around the world definitely associate this song with the early, less stressful days of 2020.
‘Juicy’ Ft. Tyga
Her first-ever chart-topping single, ‘Juicy’ from her second album Amala created some major waves on the internet. The highly trending song about body positivity gained momentum quite quickly, making the singer bring out another version of the hit with Tyga for her 2021 album, Hot Pink.
‘You Right’ Ft. The Weeknd
Teaming up once again with The Weeknd, ‘You Right’ took over our social media feeds and music playlists. This hit came right after the artists collaborated on their first song.
‘I Don’t Do Drugs’ Ft. Ariana Grande
When you bring two musical legends for a song, you know it’s going to be the best there’s ever been. This melodic masterpiece with eccentric lyrics is exactly what to expect from two very different artists with very contrasting music styles. ‘I Don’t Do Drugs’ featuring Ariana Grande was a part of her recent hit album, Planet Her and if you haven’t heard it already, you need to give it a listen.