Doja Cat came to Twitter and seemingly announced the title of her upcoming fourth studio album — at least, that’s what fans suggest. Without spilling any more details, she tweeted out “#hellmouth” which made fans believe this could possibly be the title of her new project. Additionally, the Los Angeles native changed her display name to reflect the possible album title.
Fans immediately began asking Doja questions under the tweet, trying to squeeze out more details. “ROCK/ALT ALBUM???,” one fan wrote. Doja responded simply, “nope.”
“Oh we’re getting a pop punk rap album I WON,” one fan excitedly wrote. Doja quickly shut down those dreams by replying, “f— no you won’t.”
One tweet suggested that the singer is just trying to keep everyone on their toes. “Everyone thinking it’s a project name and the whole time you’re just trolling,” one fan replied.
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Doja’s new project has been under wraps but she has given some small details into the theme of her next album. The Planet Her creator told Variety last month that this album will have more “masculine” elements.
“I know that I’ve done a lot of pink and soft things, a lot of pop and glittery sounds,” Doja said. “But for this next era, I’m going in a more masculine direction.”
“If you wanted a teaser into what I’ve been thinking about, that’s what I’ve been on a lot. And just to make it clear, Beastie Boys is a huge inspiration to me,” Doja Cat explained. “Beastie Boys will hit you with hard, loud and crazy rap, but they’ll also hit you with real raw’ 90s punk, which I love, or smooth techno that feels sexy and sleek. And you’ll be like, ‘Where the f— did this come from?'”
This wasn’t the first time the Grammy-winning singer said she was going to lean off the sound of her previous popular works. In September, she said that she was inspired by “90s German rave culture.”
This forthcoming project will follow her Grammy-winning 2021 album Planet Her where she won her first Grammy for her collab with SZA on “Kiss Me More.”