Doja Cat is in a league -- or, in this case, on a planet -- of her own. If it wasn't already obvious after the acclaim she's received from her sophomore album, Hot Pink, or by the protracted success of viral hit "Say So," then it definitely will be once you listen to her third studio album, Planet Her.
The space-themed album consists of 14 songs that highlight Doja's versatility.
Doja Cat is a triple threat: a pop star, an edgelord, and a hottie. On the surface, she resembles an e-girl making fart jokes who'd peak at 70,000 Twitter followers more than a masterful, total-package artist. Or the intensely hermetic version of that: a popular, anonymous forum shitposter everyone assumes is a man because the assumption is women--Black women, especially--mobilize against offense instead of causing it.
'Planet Her' is an anthology. While fans of Doja Cat did not have to wait a prolonged amount of time from 2019's 'Hot Pink', Doja did not skip any steps with this project. It comes as the singer's third studio album, and as stated by the multifaceted artist, "every song has it's own personality." Each song, a distinct chapter with an overarching theme of divine femininity.