Doja Cat and Billie Eilish had a project to collaborate with, and the fans were deprived of this project. Yes, Doja Cat said that.
Doja Cat, one of the most talked-about female rappers of recent times, reported in an interview with Rolling Stone that the 19-year-old singer was actually about to participate in the song Bellyache.
“I remember thinking it was so cute. I loved it,” she said.
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Expressing that she experienced a writer’s block when she was asked to write for the song, Doja Cat said, “I just couldn’t think of anything to write.”
“And I remember seeing that song blow up and thinking, ‘Good for her. That’s awesome’.”
“I don’t think the song was for me, though. It was quite hard to write to,” the Need to Know rapper added.
As you know, Doja Cat has left behind a very successful career year. The famous rapper, who has been nominated for many Grammy Awards, brought together his very successful songs with his fans and fascinated his audience with his live performances.
Doja Cat appears on the cover of our January issue. In her deepest interview ever, she opens up about Dr. Luke, her shitposting tendencies, and balancing a personal life with the demands of superstardom.https://t.co/QmhlUURD7o pic.twitter.com/bJH8919QsU
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2021 Was a Successful Year for Doja Cat
Doja Cat overtook Drake in October this year to become the most streamed rapper on Spotify. She became the first rapper to have three songs on the top 40 Radio’s Top 10 list, she.
Also in an interview with Rolling Stone, Dr. The rapper, who also made some remarks about Luke, said that he also distanced himself from the controversial producer. Doja said she hadn’t “worked with [Luke] in a very long time,” She also said that Luke might have gotten more praise than he deserved.
“There’s s*** that he’s credited for, where I’m like, ‘Hmm, I don’t know, I don’t know if you did anything on that,'” she told Rolling Stone. “The point is he’s gotten some credit for s***. And, y’know, it’s whatever. I don’t think I need to work with him again. I don’t think I need to work with him in the future.”