Doja Cat is a Grammy-nominated artist, earning recognition for Planet Her and songs like “Need to Know” and “Kiss Me More.” However, Doja Cat wasn’t the only artist singing and rapping on the album. Here’s what we know about some of the other artists featured on this 2021 release.
Doja Cat’s ‘Planet Her’ is nominated for Album of the Year at the Grammy Awards
Some know this artist for her hilarious social media presence. Others know her from her chart-topping original songs, including some featured on the 2021 release Planet Her. The original album featured 14 songs, most of which earned millions of streams on the music platform Spotify.
Planet Her also snagged several Grammy nominations for the 2022 ceremony. That includes the nominations for Album of the Year and Best Pop Vocal Album. Even individual tracks from this album picked up nominations from the award ceremony.
That includes “Need to Know,” which snagged the Grammy nomination for Best Melodic Rap Performance. As one of the world’s biggest pop stars/rappers, Doja Cat highlighted other chart-topping singers and rappers on Planet Her.
Doja Cat featured Ariana Grande, SZA, and more on ‘Planet Her’
Aside from her solo songs, Doja Cat featured other musicians on her 2021 release. “I Don’t Do Drugs” features Ariana Grande, while “You Right” features The Weeknd. Most of the songs on this album feature Doja Cat, including fan-favorites like “Woman” and “Need to Know.”
It’s “Kiss Me More” that earned the Grammy nomination for Song of the Year, appearing in the same category as Lil Nas X’s “Montero (Call Me By Your Name,” “Drivers License” by Olivia Rodrigo,” and “Peaches” by Justin Bieber.
Not nominated at the upcoming award ceremony, “Payday” features rapper Young Thug and “Options” features JID. Outside of Planet Her, “Best Friend” by Doja Cat and Saweetie earned the Grammy nomination for Best Rap Song.
Doja Cat wants to ‘be more choosy’ with future music projects
Tyga and Doja Cat recorded “Freaky Deaky” together. Lil Nas X also featured Doja Cat on the 2021 album Montero. Also nominated for album of the year, this production includes the song “SCOOP.” Going forward, though, this artist wants to be intentional about the musicians she collaborates with.
“I’ve been trying to be more careful about who I’m collaborating with,” the rapper said during an interview with Complex. “Not to say that the people on my album aren’t, like, they’re incredible. Like, they are. They’re the perfect features on my album.”
“But I do wanna be more choosy about what I’m doing because I feel like a lot of features are coming out, and it feels like people are just getting on each other’s songs for the sake of having them on each other’s songs,” she continued.
Music by Doja Cat is available on most major streaming platforms.