Not in a literal sense, nobody buys physical albums anymore, but you should definitely stream it because it is a very good album. Not in a Nas Illmatic sense, but more in a Nicki Minaj Pink Friday type of way. Kind of poppy, kind of rappy, but she definitely bars down throughout the album.
“Play with my pussy but don’t play with my emotions”
Doja Cat evens adds a little emo flare with a sample of Blink 182’s “What’s My Age Again” on “Bottom Bitch”. Nostalgia like you read about.
I honestly wasn’t the biggest fan of Doja Cat before listening to this album. Don’t get me wrong, “Bitch, I’m A Cow” was both catchy and funny, and “Tia Tamera” is a certified jam. I just never really made time to listen to her music outside of those two songs. I think it’s safe to say that has now changed. I will definitely be tuning whenever Doja Cat drops new music, and no, it’s not because of tweets like this:
That would be nice but I’m here for the music, Doja, not the sex dreams. Don’t get me wrong, I’m sure the sex dreams fire but the music is fire too, so I’ll settle for that.
In it’s entirety, the album sort of has a Nicki Minaj/Baha Men/Blink 182/Daft Punk feel to it, which is a crazy combination of characters but Doja Cat pulls it off well. Two common themes throughout the album, though, were that Doja Cat (1) likes the sex and (2) likes to talk shit. Can’t blame her on either account, to be honest.
“You got a fake gold chain on, change that.”