Doja Cat Set To Embrace Rave Culture In Fourth Album; Says It’s “Not House”

Chart-topping artist Doja Cat recently shared that she will be exploring the rave culture in her musical projects in the future.

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It appears the Planet Her artist will be taking a newer approach in her fourth album where she will be exploring ‘90s German rave culture.

When asked about details on the new album recently, Doja told CR Fashionbook:

“I’m very into this ’90s German rave kind of vibe right now and it’s really fun. I know that’s kind of the trend at the moment but I loved that stuff as a kid and 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. That’s kind of a hint to the album. Rave culture, not house.”

The California native marks the third artist to take the risk of introducing fans to a funkier vibe. The other two major artists to do so include Beyoncè and Drake. They both experimented with house music in their latest albums, Renaissance and Honestly, Nevermind.

In addition, the edgy pop star shared her new style, featuring a buzz cut, shaved eyebrows, and colorful funk inspired by the ‘90s German rave genre.

It appears Doja fans are already anticipating the new sound. One fan took to their Twitter account and tweeted:

“doja hinting that her album is going to be rave themed i’m really gagging she’s about to sample pretty rave girl and put a rap verse in it”

The hip-hop community could experience a funkier era, which would be a breath of fresh air for many.

Beyoncè Throws Star-Studded Renaissance-Themed Birthday Extravaganza

Speaking of funky vibes, Queen Bey recently threw a star-studded Renaissance-themed birthday party that had Beyhive fans gawking. 

Queen Bey held her Renaissance-themed birthday party last night, and of course, it was jam-packed with A-list celebrities in attendance.

Celebrities such as Zendaya, Offset, Adele, and more pulled up dressed in Renaissance-themed fashion, much like the songs in her recent album.