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Doja Cat Teases Her Next Album Will Be Inspired by ”90s German Rave’ – Billboard


Guten tag, Doja Cat fans. In an interview with CR Fashion Book published Tuesday (Sept. 13), the 26-year-old musician shared that she’s been her next album will be inspired by rave music — specifically that of 1990s Germany.

“We just have so many ideas and making those ideas consistent is the challenge right now,” she told the publication in a conversation with designer Matthew M. Williams, who’d asked Doja if she could spill any secrets about potential new music. “I can’t really tell much. I just know there’s a lot going on. I’m very into this ’90s German rave kind of vibe right now and it’s really fun.”


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The Grammy winner went on to say that her future sound was partly unlocked by her bold new look: shaved head and brows, which she often fills in with eclectic makeup looks. “I know [dance music] is kind of the trend at the moment, but I loved that stuff as a kid,” Doja said. “Now that I can express it (obviously, I couldn’t buzz my head and wear a furry bra and have a belly button piercing back then), I’m sort of embracing that.”

The “Vegas” rapper also took a moment to distinguish her possible genre pivot from the recent resurgence of house music, which has been fueled largely by albums released by Drake and Beyoncé this year — Honestly, Nevermind and Renaissance, respectively. “That’s kind of a hint to the album,” Doja added. “Rave culture, not house.”

Williams also asked Doja about her creative process, to which she revealed she’s currently building a music studio in her house. “My process has always been, I don’t work with people,” she replied. “I’m never in the studio with people. I think I’m getting better at being open to that idea but I like things being sent to me and then being in my own place of tranquility and doing it on my own.”

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