Doja Cat is known for trolling her fans about her album on social media, which has many Twitter users wondering if she was serious about her sentiments on her account over the last few days.
More recently, the rapper stated that she is quitting music because writing songs makes her sadder daily; is this true?
Following her announcement that she will no longer be making pop music, the musician, whose real name is Amala Ratna Zandile Dlamini, shared a post stating that her upcoming album will no longer be titled “Hellmouth” and will instead focus on rock and spoken work titled “Moist Holes.”
The California-based musician revealed that the new album will be a “French conceptual experimental country/bohemian fusion.” However, as she wrote, the singer appears to have been joking about her initial post:
After a few minutes, the “I Don’t Do Drugs” hitmaker declared:
“I quit music,”
Then ultimately tweeting:
“Jk I quit. I’m done with this music s*** it’s only making me sadder every day. I can’t take it anymore.”
As of this writing, the musician had not stated whether she was joking about quitting music.
The singer’s latest rant comes a day after she took to social media again to confirm that she will no longer make pop music and that her new album will not include any tracks from that genre but will instead focus on all rap songs.
In her subsequent post, Doja stated that she agrees with the criticism and negative comments about her rapping abilities because they are “mid and corny.”
“I wasnt trying to prove anything I just enjoy making music but I’m getting tired of hearing yall say that i can’t so I will,”
The singer recently shared a screenshot of what appear to be unreleased songs from her upcoming album. “Balut,” “Agora Hills,” and “Wet V*****” are among the tracks mentioned in the photo.
She also held a brief Q&A with fans, confirming that her new album will include ten new songs and five bonus tracks.
Doja Cat revealed that the project would be “rap only,” in contrast to her pop-leaning music like “Say So” and “Kiss Me More,” so fans can expect to see a new side of her.