Doja Cat Gives Unserious Album Updates On Twitter: “I Quit Music”

From what we know so far, “Hellmouth” will be a rap-only album, though Doja’s recent posts suggest that other genres like “rock/spoken word” are also on the table.

BYHayley Hynes
Doja Cat Gives Unserious Album Updates On Twitter: “I Quit Music”

Doja Cat fans are still waiting for her upcoming album, despite the fact that her recent tweeting spree has left us more confused than ever. To begin her weekend, the Planet Her hitmaker teased some potential raunchy song names, also telling followers that she's changing her sound up, and leaning more into the world of rap than her usual pop sounds. "I also agree with everyone who said the majority of my rap verses are mid and corny," the fashionista noted in another post. "I know they are, I wasn't trying to prove anything I just enjoy making music but I'm getting tired of hearing y'all say that I can't, so I will."

The next evening, Sunday (April 9), Doja returned with yet another update, this one far less serious than her last. "The whole album is no longer rap y'all," she asserted. "It's rock/spoken work and the album title is not 'Hellmouth' anymore." In her next tweet, the Californian shared that the project is being rebranded as Moist Holes, a "French conceptual experimental country/bohemian fusion with the essence of blue-grass" effort. Minutes later, the "Say So" songstress shut down any concern with a quick "Jk" while also boasting that her work-in-progress has "100" guest features.

Doja Cat Provides Unusual Updates on Hellmouth

The trolling didn't stop there, of course. As reactions to her comedic announcements continued to roll in, Doja declared, "I quit music." She goes back and forth with herself in another series of posts, though ultimately promises readers that she's going to finish making Hellmouth. "Jk I quit. I'm done with this music shit it's only making me sadder every day. I can't take it anymore," the 27-year-old vented, though it remains unclear how serious she was being at the time.

In her final post of the night, Doja Cat caused even more confusion regarding her next album's genre. "As long as it's not a country album🙏," one person wrote. In response, the recording artist teased, "And THAT it is... :p." Keep scrolling to see her unusual recent posts for yourself, and check back later for more music news updates.

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