Doja Cat premieres the official music video for “Woman”.
Doja Cat has been having the ride of her life in the last 2 years, ever since she had her breakthrough with her second, and critically acclaimed, studio album “Hot Pink”.
The talented artist has also been part of some of the most iconic collaborations of the last 2 years, such as with The Weeknd on the remix version of “In Your Eyes”, with Ariana Grande and Megan Thee Stallion on “34+35 (Remix)”, and with Bebe Rexha on “Baby, I’m Jealous”, among others.
This past summer she released her third studio album “Planet Her”, which climbed high the charts of several countries around the globe and also got her 6 Grammy Nominations, with “Album of the Year” being one of them.
“Kiss Me More” feat. SZA was released as the album’s lead single, setting up the futuristic era of this project with an official music video directed by Warren Fu (Dua Lipa, Hayley Williams, The Weeknd, Daft Punk, Zedd, Depeche Mode, The Killers).
A couple of months later, “Need To Know” was released initially as a promo single but later on as the third official single from the album. The song also received a futuristic music video directed by LA-based director duo Miles Cable & AJ Favicchio (Billie Eilish, twenty one pilots, Machine Gun Kelly, YUNGBLUD) and also features a cameo by Grimes among others.
The Weeknd supported collaboration “You Right” was the second official single which was dropped along with the album. The official music video of the song was directed by Quentin Deronzier (PARTYNEXTDOOR, Kanye West, Will Smith) – and heavily inspired by the zodiac astrology and specifically by the Libran – depicting Doja and The Weeknd almost godlike, flirting with each other.
A fourth single, “Woman” was released in October – an afrobeats anthem dedicated to womanhood and feminine diversity, that explores the feelings, thoughts, and woes of being a woman.
The track was written by Doja Cat together with Aynzli Jones, Jidenna, Lydia Asrat, Linden Jay, Aaron Horn, and Yeti Beats. Also reponsible for its production are Aynzli Jones, Crate Classics, Linden Jay, and Yeti Beats.
An accompanying official music video was recently released, directed by child. (Nas, H.E.R., Janelle Monáe, Big Sean). The video stars Teyana Taylor alongside actress and model Guetcha and was inspired by Michael Jackson‘s video “Remember the Time”. It also includes plot elements and settings that resemble those of the film Dune.
Make sure to check it out below!