LA-based artist Doja Cat has returned with her sophomore album, Hot Pink. It follows her 2018 debut album Amala.

The newly released project sees the 24-year-old continuing to get inspired by heavy old school R&B and by her vision of hip-hop. The result? A collection of tracks that arouse with versatility. This might be indebted to the fact that the viral artist took a more clear-headed approach. She in fact recently admitted that she stopped smoking weed to make this album.

“My last album was me super high all the time. When I stopped and did this album, I’ve never been more concise and clear and levelheaded. People will love me and hate me for it. I used to write stuff where it didn’t matter. Now there are things I believe in, that get me excited and piss me off. I’m actually reflecting on who I am as a person.”

She said to the Los Angeles Times.

But make no mistake, Hot Pink still delivers everything fans love about Doja Cat: catchy beats, sex-positive messages, and a hefty dose of humor. The project contains 12 tracks and features guest appearances from Gucci Mane, Smino, and Tyga.

You can stream Hot Pink below.

DOJA CAT DROPS OFF 'HOT PINK' ALBUM
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