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High quality Doja Cat photos? After a hiatus from releasing music and the uneventful rollout of her debut studio album, Amala (2018), Doja Cat earned viral success as an internet meme with her 2018 single “Mooo!”, a novelty song in which she makes satirical claims about being a cow. Capitalizing on her growing popularity, she released her second studio album, Hot Pink, in the following year. It reached the top 10 of the US Billboard 200 and spawned the single “Say So”, which topped the Billboard Hot 100 chart following the release of a remix featuring Nicki Minaj. This album was followed by Planet Her (2021), which spent three consecutive weeks at number two on the Billboard 200 and spawned the top 10 singles “Kiss Me More” (featuring SZA), “Need to Know” and “Woman”. Find more information at Doja Cat leaked.

In March 2020, Doja Cat was set to embark on the Hot Pink Tour in support of the album, before it was postponed due to the COVID-19 pandemic. That same month, she received backlash after saying on Instagram live that COVID-19 was only a “flu” and that she was not scared of it. In a July interview with Capital Xtra’s breakfast program, she revealed that she was diagnosed with COVID-19 but has since recovered after a “four-day symptom freak out”. Later that October, Doja Cat was criticized for participating in Kendall Jenner’s Halloween and birthday celebrations during the COVID-19 pandemic.

Her career began to take shape in 2012. Toward the end of the year, “So High” became the first permanent upload on her SoundCloud account, and soon caught the attention of Dr. Luke, who signed her to Kemosabe Records, RCA Records and publishing company Prescription Songs when she was 17. This deal also came with a temporary artist management partnership with Roc Nation. In August 2014, Doja Cat released her debut EP, Purrr!. “So High” was repackaged and released as her solo commercial debut single prior to the EP’s release, and was later featured on the Fox series Empire in the third episode of the show’s first season.

Soon after her birth, Doja and her mom moved to New York City, where they lived for five years. Her family later moved back to California in Oak Park, where her mother enrolled her in ballet, tap and jazz lessons from the age of five. Her aunt, a singer, gave her singing lessons to help her get into a performing arts school. Her family then moved near the Sherman Oaks neighborhood of Los Angeles when she was 11 years old, where they lived in an ashram in the mountains of Agoura Hills and practiced Hinduism for four years. During this time of her life Doja would wear head-covering scarves and sing bhajans at temple. She claims that she lacked interest in school from then on, instead taking a liking for dance. While at the ashram she had been dancing the style of Indian classical dance called Bharatanatyam. As she grew older and moved away from the ashram, she moved onto breakdancing classes and joined a professional poplocking troupe with whom she competed in dance battles throughout Los Angeles while still attending high school. She also frequently skipped school to participate in online chatrooms. She eventually dropped out of high school at 16 during her junior year.

Starting in September 2020, Doja Cat began releasing hints of her third studio album. In March 2021, she revealed to V Magazine that it was nearly done. In this same interview, Doja Cat revealed the album’s official title, Planet Her, and its prospective release window of summer 2021. She also revealed that it would feature a collaboration with SZA titled Kiss Me More. The song reached number 5 on the Billboard Hot 100. With an accompanying music video, the song was released as the lead single from the album on April 9, 2021. Later that month, Doja Cat performed the songs Best Friend with Saweetie, Rules, Streets and a solo version of Kiss Me More at Triller’s inaugural Fight Club event. On April 23, 2021, Doja Cat released an NFT marketplace titled Juicy Drops. In May 2021, Doja Cat won the award for Top Female R&B Artist at the 2021 Billboard Music Awards, where she performed Kiss Me More with SZA. Later that month, she performed a solo version of the same song in a medley with Streets and Say So at the 2021 iHeartRadio Music Awards, where she won the award for Best New Pop Artist. The song Need to Know served as a promotional single from Planet Her as it was released on June 11, 2021. Doja Cat wrote that it was released in anticipation of the more important second single, which is confirmed to be You Right featuring The Weeknd. Doja Cat officially announced the release of Planet Her and revealed its tracklist and album art via social media a few hours before the release of Need to Know. The album received generally positive reviews from music critics and became the biggest weekly debut for an album by a female rapper in Spotify‚Äôs history. Read more info on https://peeptown.com/.