Doja has now given her admirers some fresh music. Fans who expected a change in Doja Cat’s musical style after hearing her on SZA’s “Kill Bill” remix were right. The new single, however, does not significantly diverge from her earlier compositions. This occurs despite Doja Cat mocking its uniqueness. The single captures the spirit of Doja Cat’s approach even though one might have anticipated the unexpected. But it does so in the finest possible way.
The sleek and alluring song, “Attention,” explores the notion of being the center of attention. Doja Cat speaks about her struggles and stresses that people are more interested in her personal life than her music. Anyone who follows her on social media is aware that she has made this sentiment known in her online tirades. Her new creative direction may have been influenced by her frustration. Doja Cat has an outstanding flow that allows her to move through the sampled percussion and ethereal harps with ease. She bravely shares her ideas with phrases like “I’m not afraid to finally say sh*t with my chest.” Doja’s best video to date may be the one for the song.
Doja Stands Out In A Crowd
Doja Cat brings a mix of old Hollywood, 90s rap, and current pop in the new video for “Attention.” The video opens with Doja driving past a crowd of people who are screaming for her while flashbulbs go off. Eventually, she is shown walking down the sidewalks of Downtown LA, which we saw her filming a few weeks ago. People pass her as she raps to camera, and their faces eventually turn into terrifying nondescript molds, devoid of real features.
One of the most striking images in the video comes during the line where Doja says, “Look at me, look at me, I’m naked.” Sure enough, there she is, almost fully nude but covered head to toe in blood. One thing is for certain, she is leaning into all of the rumors about sacrifices and Illuminati dealings. Doja has never shied away from it, but she has used it to her full advantage in the video. This is all while she is ripping her haters to shreds with her lyrics. Stylistically, it may not be as big of a jump as some wanted from Doja, but it wouldn’t be far off to say this is her best work yet.