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planet her: doja cat

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Planet Her is the third studio album by American artist Doja Cat released on June 25th, 2021 by Kemosabe / RCA Records. It is named after the fictional planet self-originated by Doja Cat on which all species and races of space exist in harmony. She emphasised the visual aspect of the record and has described it as her most visually captivating project yet, prioritising its cohesion by ensuring that each associated music video occurs on different locations across the planet. The first single from the album, "Kiss Me More (feat. SZA)", was announced on April 7, 2021 and released on

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73%

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Planet Her is the third studio album by American artist Doja Cat released on June 25th, 2021 by Kemosabe / RCA Records. It is named after the fictional planet self-originated by Doja Cat on which all species and races of space exist in harmony. She emphasised the visual aspect of the record and has described it as her most visually captivating project yet, prioritising its cohesion by ensuring that each associated music video occurs on different locations across the planet. The first single from the album, "Kiss Me More (feat. SZA)", was announced on April 7, 2021 and released on

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Vinyl Chapters

The ever-enthralling Doja Cat breathes more weirdness and escapism into new album, Planet Her.
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78

Beats Per Minute

In hindsight, all this talk of Afro-futurism’s return to the forefront of pop culture over the last decade was mostly in anticipation of a new form of Black psychedelia.
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78

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The third album from the extremely chaotic pop star, battle rapper, and edgelord is a thrilling ride that puts her eclecticism on full display.
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50

The Needle Drop

Outside of its strong first leg and closing lead single, Planet Her lacks as a showcase for Doja Cat's personality.
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60

Gigwise

A passable collection of pop songs that fails to expand upon the universe of Doja Cat