Pop is no longer “exciting,” according to Doja Cat, who has proclaimed that she is done with it.

The performer made the revelation in a series of tweets to her followers in which she informed them that, despite the fact that many of her spoken word verses are “mid and corny,” she is considering a shift in musical direction for her upcoming fourth album and intends to concentrate her efforts on rap in the future.

“No more pop,” she penned. Pop is no longer exciting to me. I don’t want to succeed.

“I also agree with everyone who said the majority of my rap verses are mid and corny,” the singer continued. I’m certain they are. I simply enjoy making music; I wasn’t trying to prove anything, but I’m getting sick of hearing you people tell me I can’t, so I will.

It’s gonna be a french conceptual experimental country/bohemian hybrid with the spirit of blue-grass, the singer teased her fans with in a post that read. The singer went on to tease her followers by joking about her next album, which is rumored to be called ‘Hellmouth.

Doja Cat continued to joke that she was done with music altogether before clarifying that she was only kidding about and writing on Twitter, “I’m gonna finish this album y’all don’t worry.”

According to sources, the singer earlier declared she planned to call her fourth album “Hellmouth” and that it was expected to be released in 2023.

Doja Cat gave a hint about the album’s direction in the latter part of last year when she expressed her excitement about getting to rap on the song “Vegas,” which she contributed to the soundtrack for the “Elvis” film.

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She said, “I went in and I was like, ‘Finally, I get to rap again,'” according to a statement to Variety. It’s fantastic to just add another one to the f bucket for a great rap song because so many people try to undermine me.

Regarding her aspirations in music, Doja Cat continued, “I want to explore punk. not pop-punk though. There are currently enough pop-punk musicians, in my opinion. And if more is required, then by all means, add more; however, I don’t believe I should be the one to do it.

“I want to focus on exploring more of a hardcore, raw punk style. Getting some drummers and guitarists together is just something I’m doing for my own amusement. And I’m not even sure if that will get seen.


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