Doja Cat ‘Hellmouth’ tracklist revealed: Will there be any collaborations?

HOLLYWOOD, CALIFORNIA - MARCH 27: Doja Cat accepts an iHeartRadio Titanium Award for "Woman" onstage during the 2023 iHeartRadio Music Awards at Dolby Theatre on March 27, 2023 in Hollywood, California. (Photo by Monica Schipper/Getty Images)

Doja Cat’s new album “Hellmouth” is set to be released soon, and she has just revealed the tracklist! Compared to the Grammy-nominated album “Planet Her,” “Hellmouth” appeared to have more tracks!

“Hellmouth” is Doja Cat’s highly anticipated fourth album. She won her first Grammy Award in 2022 with SZA for “Kiss Me More,” a track from “Planet Her.”

Doja Cat posted a photo of a whiteboard on Instagram that appeared to be the tracklist for her upcoming new album, “Hellmouth.”

The Doja Cat Album “Hellmouth” contains 19 tracks, five more than “Planet Her,” which only had 14.

Check out the full tracklist for Doja Cat’s “Hellmouth” below:

  2. Attention
  3. Go Off Lil Mama
  4. Paint The Town Red
  5. Gun
  6. Demons
  7. Skull N Bones
  8. Balut
  9. Agora Hills
  10. 97
  11. Wet Vagina
  12. Loonie
  13. Can’t Wait
  14. Ouchies (Unfinished)
  15. Often
  16. Disrespected
  17. NHIE
  18. FTG
  19. Seeing Stars

However, some fans took the post with a grain of salt, given that Doja Cat has a long history of trolling her fans. However, given the specific and logically thematic titles for “Hellmouth,” Doja Cat’s new album’s tracklist appeared very promising.

Someone posted:

“I feel like everything is a troll so idk what to believe,”

Another said:

“Am I the only one upset she isn’t doing an extravagant album rollout like it would’ve been cool to get tv appearances, music videos, defining moments!!! ect.. but she’s just posting it all on social media which imo is boring. I will still be streaming tho,”

Another tweeted:

“Didn’t she say she wasn’t doing music any Moore lmao,”

Nonetheless, some of her fans were ecstatic about the arrival of her new era, which they had been missing for quite some time.

A fan shared:

“ah, mother bout to give us hits again!”

Someone asked:

“Hope its out within a month summertime bop,”

Given the “Hellmouth” tracklist, there appeared to be a glaring omission on the said post: the presence of collaborations and duets.

Fans on social media seemed to point out that Doja Cat’s “Hellmouth” tracklist was a “rough” cut. Others have even suggested who the singer/rapper should collaborate with, including Nicki Minaj, Tinashe, and Ice Spice!