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Hey guys if you are a big fan of Doja Cat and want to download his latest album Planet Her before the album is released, then here you are at the right place. For free download go to the link given below.

Planet Her is the upcoming third studio album by American singer and rapper Doja Cat, scheduled to be released by Kemosabe and RCA Records on June 25, 2021.

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Doja Cat’s first breakthrough into the mainstream music scene wasn’t the result of some sensational, game-changing track crafted through years of dedicated artistry, but with a goofy song called “Mooo!” born out of an Instagram live session. The music video featured Doja Cat wearing cow print, eating cheeseburgers with french fries up her nose, and rapping “Bitch I’m a cow,” in front of an 8-bit green screen. Listeners gravitated toward the humor, the lack of pop-star smoke and mirrors, and the ability to be all too obviously herself. Despite that comedic start, she soon proved herself as an innovative and versatile (and yes, not too serious) rapper, quickly becoming one of the front runners in the current women’s rap renaissance alongside Megan Thee Stallion, Rico Nasty, Tierra Whack, Flo Milli, and more. With the release of her sophomore album, Hot Pink, she kept fans on their toes with a series of ever-transforming live performances, while essentially writing the playbook for how to capitalize on having a song blow up on TikTok.

Thus, the excitement around Planet Her grew from what we already knew about Doja: her ability to traverse genres, avoid tradition, and keep things interesting. Hot Pink standouts “Rules” and “Cyber Sex” showcased her wit and creativity when it comes to rap, with hard-hitting flow and one-liners that spurred chuckles. She brought this playful style into even the poppiest tracks on Hot Pink, which built upon the skills she first laid out in debut album Amala. Unfortunately, on Planet Her, Doja Cat throws what she knows to the wayside, opting to dive into the crystalline pool of predictable pop sounds. The problem with such clear waters is that you can see straight to the bottom—and Doja Cat is wading in the shallow end.

In the opening track, “Woman,” she plays into the divine feminine trope, with a very hollow look into women’s abilities to lead with intellect as well as blow minds in the bedroom. Unfortunately, it doesn’t improve much from there: Many of the sexually charged lyrics throughout the album continue to float on the surface like pool toys, fun and perfect for the summer, but unfit for reaching any depths. Also returning are her sultry singing abilities, previously showcased on “Streets,” one of the standouts from Hot Pink. And while she’s sung numerous times before (her smash hit “Say So” being the obvious example), she always stuck to her roots as a Soundcloud rapper. Here, Doja Cat loses her individuality in an obvious effort to make more commercial TikTok bops, already achieved on early single “Kiss Me More.” Most of these tracks sound drearily one-note, playing into overwrought current pop trends and following a repetitive format. This play for of-the-minute pop royalty also follows suit in her choice of guest stars, with The Weeknd and Ariana Grade featured in tracks “You Right” and “I Don’t Do Drugs.” So while the pleasant-enough arrangements may make for an effective summer record, Planet Her lacks the originality Doja made her name on, and no amount of stunning and spacey visuals (as in the music video for “Need To Know”) can make the songs better than they are.