Doja Cat new unreleased songs to be released before next album pops out

LOS ANGELES, CALIFORNIA - MAY 27: Doja Cat is seen arriving at the 2021 iHeartRadio Music Awards on May 27, 2021 in Los Angeles, California. EDITORIAL USE ONLY (Photo by Emma McIntyre/Getty Images for iHeartMedia)

Doja Cat fans have been pleading with her to release her next album since the release of “Planet Her.”

Doja has been teasing the public about her upcoming project for a few months now.

To date, she has revealed the genre several times, but the details do not add up.

Doja Cat’s new album, according to Elle Magazine in May 2022, will be “predominantly rap.”

She hinted at the time:

“I have been getting songs and things sent to me… Oh f*ck, I wish I could tell people! There’s some really cool stuff that I got sent from friends. They’re all working on beats, and I’m giving them notes, and they know what I want, so I’m excited.”

The magazine called the album an “exciting entry” in this era of young female rappers, with whom Doja has already collaborated.

However, the “predominantly rap” album was altered in September when she told CR Fashion Book that she was inspired by “90s German rave music.” However, the “Get Into It (Yuh)” hitmaker later apologized on Twitter.

She revealed in a flurry of tweets:

“im not doing a german rave culture album you guys i was pranking the outlet that interviewed me about it. i’m doing an r&B album (straight r&b and no rap at all).”

These recent statements add to the already perplexing statements she has issued in the press. Fans of the Grammy-winning singer are unsure what to expect, with descriptions ranging from “predominantly rap” to “90s German rave music” to “straight r&b and no rap at all.”

However, in a recent interview with Dazed Magazine, Doja painted a much clearer picture of her next project.

She admitted:

“I’m crazy about putting different genres into the same album or even into the same song.”

Doja described her new album as a “blooming bouquet of things.”

She said:

“There’s songs from a year and a half ago that I made and I’m like, ‘These need to come out.’ I have a project that’s going to be quite consistent, hopefully, which is coming up next and is the real album, the real project. But before that, I would like to put out some singles that don’t really connect to it in any way. They’re just fun things that I would like to put out.”

While Doja’s statements should be taken with a grain of salt due to her previous “pranks,” the recent revelation made sense of her changing genres. After all, we’ll be getting more singles before the album, so it’s a win-win situation!