Final month, after persistently teasing followers, and sending them down rabbit holes concerning the album’s particulars, Doja Cat introduced the discharge of Scarlet – the observe as much as 2021’s Planet Her.
Eagle-eyed music followers rapidly seen after Doja Cat shared her album paintings, that it seemed virtually similar to the discharge of Chaver’s forthcoming album, Of Gloom. Revealed on 29 July, and in addition due for launch on September 22, is sort of precisely the identical, aside from the form of a blood droplet and the positioning of the spider’s legs.
After deleting the Instagram publish with the unique paintings on it, Doja Cat shared an up to date album cowl –– created by the identical artist –– which is notably totally different, with two pearlescent spiders, as a substitute of the solo purple arachnid that initially graced the quilt.
The artwork I selected for my album is gorgeous and I prefer it rather a lot. The 2 spiders signify conquering your worry. None of my album covers had which means till this album. You not accepting me was a worry I used to have. I do not care anymore about satisfying you.
— DOJA CAT (@DojaCat) September 21, 2023
Doja Cat just lately got here underneath hearth for attacking followers concerning the expectations they’ve of her, and their “creepy” behaviour in terms of utilizing her delivery title as theirs on social media. Consequently, she misplaced round 500,000 followers on her socials, however as a substitute of being upset about it, she stated she felt “free”.
So in fact she had no qualms telling one consumer precisely how she felt about them negatively commenting on the up to date paintings for Scarlet. “The artwork I selected for my album is gorgeous and I prefer it rather a lot. The 2 spiders signify conquering your worry. None of my album covers had which means till this album. You not accepting me was a worry I used to have. I do not care anymore about satisfying you,” she wrote.
The model new album is totally self-written and options the singles, “Consideration”, “Paint The City Crimson”, and “Demons” which is accompanied by a video starring Christina Ricci. With the discharge of this album, Doja Cat joins Missy Elliot as the one feminine rapper to have a self-written album on their discography.