- 22 Mar 23
Hellmouth appears to be the title for the Grammy winning rapper, singer-songwriter and producer's new album.
Doja Cat took to Twitter to tease her next project, which will follow on 2021's Grammy nominated Planet Her.
The artist tweeted “Hellmouth,” after announcing that she found a new title for her fourth album, which aligns with recent social media posts of the musician in devil-influenced fits.
— Hellmouth (@DojaCat) March 22, 2023
Despite some negative comments online in regards to alleged "anti-Christian" blasphemy, Doja Cat seems to be going forward with the image for her album. The post still gained over 5 million likes and counting.
Hellmouth will be Doja Cat’s followup to Planet Her (2021), a widely successful album which saw the release of the Grammy winning hit collaboration with SZA, 'Kiss Me More.' The artist also recently released a single for the Oscar nominated film Elvis titled 'Vegas.'
*satanic imagery and occult symbolism*
— Hellmouth (@DojaCat) March 12, 2023
Before Planet Her, Doja Cat released Hot Pink (2019) and Amala (2018), with popular hits from both albums. Another well known collaboration by the artist is 'Tia Tamera' with Rico Nasty from Amala in addition to the single that dominated TikTok, “'Say So.'
There is no word yet on how many tracks will be on the album or who will be featured, but Doja Cat is going to ruffle feathers regardless. The 27-year-old LA native denied that the album would be rock in theme when her fans quizzed her on Instagram live and Twitter.
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