Doja Cat, the American rapper, made her entry into the industry of music during the 2010s. She did it by releasing a number of rap songs on the Swedish online audio description platform, SoundCloud. Since that time, the “Say So” artist has been on close terms with the highs and lows of her career in the music industry. The 25-year-old artist has been nominated thrice for the Grammy awards. And has also been at the center of criticism side by side. This owes to her getting accused of promoting the “anti-gay” theory.
Following this, Doja Cat has also taken accountability by apologizing for it. And if one thinks that this is the end of the controversies she has been into, then it is absolutely wrong. The rapper experiences the best of both worlds as she proceeds further into the industry.
Doja Cat’s Career
The “Like That” singer who is also a record producer and songwriter, has become a hit in the world of the social media platform, TikTok. Most of her songs manage to become a viral hit. She has been infected with the coronavirus after the incident where she mocked its seriousness. And despite being associated with Dr. Luke, the disgraced producer in the industry and white supremacists, Doja Cat has been quite successful in the industry by getting three of her tracks to feature in the “Billboard Top 10.”
The singer can be compared to the fictional character of “Roxie Hart.” someone who handles both her success as well as criticism in the most nonchalant way possible. She moves forth only proving the fact that she is born to be in the spotlight. Doja Cat released her new album that goes by the name “Planet Her.” It carries a very cosmic theme.