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With bops like "Woman" and "Get Into It (Yuh)", it's no surprise that Doja Cat's "Planet Her" is a worldwide success. See how you can listen to the album!

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Fans have been asking about Doja with the Cat since she released her hit single “Juicy” with rapper Tyga. From her first EP to her latest album, Planet Her, we’ve watched Doja Cat perform, transform, and occasionally show her feet.

Doja Cat, aka Amala Dlamini, was among many in a wave of talented women surging into the Rap/Hip-Hop industry in 2019. She was joined by thee hottie herself, Megan thee Stallion, as well as artists like City Girls & Rico Nasty.

Her songs continue to be outspoken in their sexual expression and creative with wordplay. She’s a character in the booth and a beast on the stage. Grab your earbuds and listen to Doja Cat bring the same energy to her newest album.

Planet Her

Doja Cat’s newest album marks her third time in the studio. Planet Her is a mid-tempo bop fest with songs like “Get Into It (Yuh)” & “Woman”. Doja Cat has described Planet Her as fully of her own creation & creative process.

Featured artists include fan-favorites like SZA, The Weeknd, Young Thug, Ariana Grande, and JID. None of the songs have hit “Say So” levels of popularity, but fans love the energy of the album. Must be the vibes!

In fact, fans were feeling Planet Her even before its release. They made it the most pre-saved album on Apple Music for two weeks. Spotify saw even more popularity for the album. Planet Her gave Doja Cat the biggest opening week for a female rapper with 113.4 million streams worldwide.


Doja Cat’s album Planet Her had the biggest opening day for a woman rapper on Spotify. It’s currently still available on the platform, as is all of her music. Fans can take a stroll down memory lane with Amala or Hot Pink.

Doja Cat’s talent is matched only by her internet-savvy interactions with fans (& some non-fans, too). Like LGBTQIA+ artist Lil Nas X, she knows how to use her well-curated social media presence to market herself without coming off as corny.

Apple Music

Planet Her isn’t Doja Cat’s only album to perform well on the Billboard charts. Hot Pink performed well both in the U.S. and around the world. In May 2021, the British Phonographic Industry certified it as gold in the U.K.

Critics praised the album – still available on Apple Music – for its versatility. It was the general public’s first introduction to her willingness to push the envelope. Although, her declaring herself a cow should’ve been the first clue.

YouTube Music

On August 10th, 2018, Doja Cat posted the music video for “Mooo!” She dresses up in black & white while singing about being a cow. Yep, the whole video is her channeling her inner farm animal and twerking. It was actually a whole mood.

Planet Her is now available on YouTube music. Doja Cat’s come a long way from green screens and YouTube has come a long way from random internet content. It makes sense they’d collide again in an era of new success.

Doja Cat’s new album is a testament to her intelligence in navigating the music industry. In light of questionable deals involving major artists like Mase, it’s inspiring when an artist can make the industry work for them rather than against them.

Despite the challenges in her career, Doja Cat continues to surprise fans & wow critics. Planet Her feels a little more mature than her previous albums, which means she’s maturing as an artist. Fans can’t wait to see what she’s got up her sleeve next.

What’s your favorite song from Planet Her? Is this Doja Cat’s best album yet? Let us know in the comments below!

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