Doja Cat’s return to the spotlight has been slow and steady and fans are excited. After dropping off her “Roll With Us” and “Go To Town” singles, the west coast-reared singer-songwriter has given us a new listen that we have missed the first time around in the form of “Candy.”
The track first surfaced two years ago and flew under most radars as opposed to other high-profile cuts of her portfolio, and in support of her forthcoming debut album Amala, she’s dropped it off as an official single.
“Candy” does boast opposing elements to “Go To Town” and “Roll With Us” as it leans more toward the typically R&B-heavy catalog of the RCA signee. Fans have taken notice of the shift seen in the previous two singles and Doja’s response has been one that explains that her choice to experiment a bit isn’t a permanent situation.
I can be your sugar when you're fiending for that sweet spot
Put me in your mouth, baby, and eat it 'till your teeth rot
I can be your cherry, apple, pecan, or your key lime
Baby I got everything and so much more than she's got