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★★★★: Excellent; recommended to all fans of artist or genre

Doja Cat Planet HER review reaction:

Doja Cat – Planet HER

Released: 25 June 2021

1. Woman – 00:20

2. Naked – 4:03

3. Payday ft Young Thug – 7:31

4. Get Into It (Yuh) – 10:59

5. Need to Know – 14:21

6. Don’t Do Drugs ft Ariana Grande – 18:41

7. Love to Dream – 21:42

8. You Right ft The Weeknd –  25:11

9. What Could’ve Been –  27:54

10. Options ft JID – 30:50 

11. Ain’t Shit – 33:46

12. Imagine – 39:02

13. Alone – 41:06

14. Kiss Me More ft SZA – 44:26


Doja Cat delivers YET AGAIN! In my opinion, Doja Cat is the best and most versatile female rapper in the game right now. Her diverse set of flows and creative songwriting ability sets her apart from her peers. 

On Planet HER, listeners are treated to both singing and rapping from the incredibly polished Tarzana, California MC. Doja seems to know exactly when to deploy her rapping skills, as her rap verses are sparsed poignantly throughout the album; in between incredibly effective and bouncy sing-songy hooks, verses, and bridges.

★★★★: Excellent; recommended to all fans of artist or genre

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Rating Categories:
★★★★★: Best in show; pinnacle release from an all-time great artist.
★★★★1/2: Stellar example of genre; peak potential.
★★★★: Excellent; recommended to all fans of artist or genre.
★★★1/2: Very good; a few bland songs or minor flaws throughout.
★★★: Good; fans of the artist will find value here.
★★1/2: Average; does little to establish the artist or maintain quality.
★★: Unexceptional; a few highlights but otherwise bland.
★1/2: Weak; unrecommended for anyone but major fans of the style and/or artist.
★: Seriously flawed; very poor work but relatively listenable.
1/2: Terrible; a true embarrassment and akin to audio masochism.

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