Doja Cat is going to be more selective about future collaborations

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“People are getting down on each other’s songs just to put each other’s songs on each other’s songs”

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In a new interview, Doja Cat has said that she’s going to start being more selective with who she works with in the future.

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“I’m trying to be more careful about who I’m collaborating with,” she said in conversation Xtra TV.

“Not to say that the people on my album are – they are incredible. They are the best features of my album,” she said. “But I want to be more picky about what I do because I think Many facilities are coming to the fore. It seems like people are just grooving to each other’s songs to put each other’s songs on each other’s songs. “


“I want to be really careful about it,” she continued. “Sometimes it’s just too much collabs and remixes and stuff like that.”

Doja Cat released her third album Planet Her earlier this year. The record includes performances by Young Thug, The Weeknd, Ariana Grande and SZA.

The record also almost had a guest spot from Nicki Minaj. During an audio conversation on Twitter Spaces, Minaj said she is ready to work on Doja’s track ‘Get Into It (Yuh)’.

However, the rapper said that she didn’t think she could “bring anything into it” and that there were too many middlemen involved.

Earlier this week, Doja hosted the MTV Video Music Awards and performed her singles “Be Like This” and “You Right.” They won the Best Collaboration award for their SZA-featuring single ‘Kiss Me More’.


Other winners included Justin Bieber, who won Best Pop with his hit ‘Peaches’ and Artist of the Year. BTS’ single “Butter” won Best K-Pop and Song of the Summer, and the band also won Group of the Year.

Lil Nas X won Video of the Year, Best Direction and Best Visual Effects for their single “Montero (Call Me By Your Name)”, while Foo Fighters won the inaugural Global Icon Award before playing a medley of songs.

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