About Doja Cat
Having taken to music since childhood, it's no wonder Doja Cat ended up finding success in the industry. Never one to shy away from her inner eccentricities, Doja's unapologetic and occasionally self-deprecating sense of humor played a pivotal role in her ascent to stardom. What might have been a fumbled gag in lesser qualified hands turned into a viral triumphant with "Moo," a viral surprise that essentially birthed a new subgenre of bovine-themed rap. From there, Doja continued to build on her foundation, honing her craft and evolving as an artist.
In 2018, she released her debut album Amala, with the deluxe edition of the project spawning singles like "Juicy" and the Rico Nasty-assisted "Tia Tamara." With many beginning to realize the talent at hand, Doja quickly won hearts and minds through her endearing personality and occasionally guideline-pushing Instagram page. In 2019 she came through with Hot Pink, which featured guest appearances from Tyga, Gucci Mane, and Smino.