Doja Cat New Music
The pop star promised her fans that a rap career would be in her trajectory, and she is making good on that promise. S.Z.A.’s song “Kill Bill” is already a hit; she brags about getting revenge on her ex-boyfriend, and if his new girlfriend gets in the way, she can get it too.
Honestly fans thought the song couldn’t get any better, but they were wrong Doja slapped her seal of approval on the hit by dropping a few bars about being the toxic ex in the situation and the lengths she would go through to make sure he isn’t happy without her.
The bars are fire, and fans flocking to social media to talk about the verse and how well the “Vegas” singer’s poetry was.
Doja Cat Fans Going Crazy
The singer’s fans couldn’t hold back. “This feature proves to me that dojo and Tyler would kill on a track together.”
“omg, doja cat ate her kill bill remix verse, my good sis came in rapping 🔥😭.”
Some fans point out that this is Doja’s first music drop in over a few months. “Kill Bill (Remix)” by @sza & @DojaCat is now available. It’s Doja’s first release in over ten months.”
“Doja flow and delivery 🔥 on the kill bill remix,” commented another follower. Everyone seems pretty excited about the remix. “Doja ate on that kill bill remix, the storytelling, the insane exact, the raspy voice, ouhhhh she was mothering.”
The song just dropped, but it is already climbing up the charts and hopefully on its way to breaking some records. “Kill Bill is 2k sales away from #1. camp did most of the buyer, but it’s time for Sza and her team to promote for that extra push.”
Doja Cat & S.Z.A. Last Collab Topped The Charts
If you remember, Doja and S.Z.A. have already topped the charts with their hit during the pandemic “Kiss” The music video was sexy, fun, pop, and wild, whereas this ti around, the visuals for the remix are dark and seductive.
Doja is in a black and red biker suit with a helmet on, like Beatrix Kiddo in Kill Bill 2. She will hunt down her ex and have him at all costs. Doja first teased the collab last night, tagging S.Z.A. and saying she had done something terrible.
Only a few days before, she tweeted about rapping and defending her choice to rap, even if she isn’t the best in the business.
“I also agree with everyone who said most of my rap verses are mid and corny. I know they are. I wasn’t trying to prove anything. I enjoy making music, but I’m getting tired of hearing yall say that I can’t so I will.”
S.Z.A.’s “S.O.S.” album has been at the top of the charts for ten weeks. This remix will help it stay there longer.