Doja Cat‘ s sounds in Las Vegas.
Doja Cat released the soundtrack’s lead single, “Vegas”, in Baz Luhrmann’s upcoming ELVIS biography. The song, which debuted last month during Coachella, includes Big Mama Thornton’s “Hound Dog,” which was re-recorded by Elvis in 1956.
I’m not playing, it’s hide-and-seek / High school, when it finally reaches its peak / Hound dog, come find a treat / I’m a bad but…, Grammy-winning rap.
“Vegas” is featured on elvis’s soundtrack, starring Austin Butler and Tom Hanks, and is released on June 24.
Doja first performed the song at Coachella last month, where she also featured gospel artist Shonka, who played Big Mama Thornton in the film and also appeared on the soundtrack.
Doja Cat and Her Style
Doja Cat will attend the Grammy Awards, which will be held in Las Vegas on April 3, in its most elegant form. There is no doubt about it.
Doja looks set for eight impressive awards, including Album of the Year. Ever since She introduced herself to her fans, she has made them happy with her songs. She attracted everyone’s attention with her constantly changing style.
The year Doja was inspired was the force behind the hit 2018 hit “Mooo!”. “OK, so I love cosplay—not really cosplay in the nerdy way, I just like to dress up,” she told highsnobiety. “That’s a huge part of what inspires me to make music, pretty much. I usually get on Instagram Live, and I had bought a ton of costumes. The one costume that I wore that day was the cow one. It was such an obnoxious shirt; the sleeves were so ridiculous. I loved it and I just didn’t know what to write about in that moment.”
She recalled, “I was just like, ‘Alright, f–k it. I’m just going to make a song about cows. Why not? That might be interesting.’ I wanted it to sound good, I wasn’t trying to go into it in a joking way…. It’s not just a piece of comedy, really. That’s how that came about, just from that outfit.”