Doja Cat – Planet Her - 2022 Pop Rap R+B - Sealed 2LP

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Doja Cat – Planet Her

 
 
Label: Kemosabe Records – 19439-94568-1, RCA – 19439-94568-1
Format:
2 x Vinyl, LP, Album, Deluxe Edition
Gatefold sleeve. Deluxe edition, although the album cover is the standard edition.
Country: US
Released: May 27, 2022
Genre: Hip Hop, Pop
Style: Pop Rap, Contemporary R&B, Dance-pop, Trap
 
 
A1 Doja Cat – Woman
A2 Doja Cat – Naked
A3 Doja Cat – Payday
Featuring – Young Thug (2)
A4 Doja Cat – Get Into It (Yuh)
A5 Doja Cat – Need To Know
 
 
B1 Doja Cat – I Don't Do Drugs
Featuring – Ariana Grande
B2 Doja Cat – Love To Dream
B3 Doja Cat + The Weeknd– You Right
B4 Doja Cat – Been Like This
B5 Doja Cat – Options
Featuring – JID
 
 
 
C1 Doja Cat – Ain't Shit
C2 Doja Cat – Imagine
C3 Doja Cat – Alone
C4 Doja Cat – Kiss Me More
Featuring – SZA
C5 Doja Cat + The Weeknd– You Right (Extended)
 
 
D1 Doja Cat – Up And Down
D2 Doja Cat – Tonight
Featuring – Eve )
D3 Doja Cat – Ride
D4 Doja Cat – Why Why
Featuring – Gunna
 
 
 
 
Barcode: 194399456811
Matrix / Runout (Side A Stamped [Etched]): 236082E1/A [#13] MRP3575 / 19439945681 - A
Matrix / Runout (Side B Stamped [Etched]): 236082E2/A [#13] MRP3575 / 19439945681 - B
Matrix / Runout (Side C Stamped [Etched]): 236082E3/A [#13] MRP3575 / 19439945681 - C

Matrix / Runout (Side D Stamped [Etched]): 236082E4/A [#1] MRP3575 / 19439945681 - D

 

"Planet Her is a kaleidoscope of pop versatility that benefits greatly from a market that currently values eclecticism. It feels both premeditated and casual, well-crafted yet trenchantly frivolous. All of Doja’s music—from her early SoundCloud offerings to 2019’s Hot Pink—is perfunctory and unpretentious. Whether it’s her lackadaisical enunciation or carefree lyrical quips, she doesn’t need to recapitulate retro aesthetics as a gimmick (Miley Cyrus and Dua Lipa), eschew long-term replay value in favor of chasing TikTok hits (Megan Thee Stallion), or attempt to out-diva her peers by misguidedly channeling her efforts into sentimental ballads nobody wants to hear.

 
She entertains and enthralls with minimal effort, especially in her delivery. Doja, who is often accused of jacking flows (namely Kendrick Lamar’s), can rap adroitly like Nicki Minaj. (She shouts Minaj out at the end of “Get Into It (Yuh).”) Her hyponasal vocal switch-ups—including the deployment of a nonspecific African accent (likely inspired by her own heritage) in “Woman” on Planet Her and “Got to Town” off of Amala aren’t theft, but rather evidence of her chameleonic, limitless flows and intonations.
 

From the introductory guitar chords and anguished operatic background vocals of “Alone” to the 808s of “Options,” Doja Cat skates on Planet Her’s impeccable production. But her candy-sweet melodies are the star, whether it’s the crystalline falsetto in “Love to Dream” or the way her voice flutes up to a “woohoo” in the chorus of “I Don’t Do Drugs.” In “You Right,” the longing and yearning in her restrained pre-chorus segues effortlessly into a resigned hook. But Planet Her’s true standouts draw on the same cinematic, life-affirming spirit that propelled Hot Pink’s “Bottom Bitch”: The harpsichord-assisted digicore of “Payday,” ft. Young Thug; the uniquely Black girl celebration of life contained in “Get Into It (Yuh)” as it encapsulates the two seconds that preempt twerking—the pre-leg kick—while Doja rattles off the prerequisites to “get into it.” (“And if she ain’t she got a butt, fuck it, get into it, yuh.”)" ( Pitchfork)

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Condition New
Format 2LP
Color Black