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Amala Ratna Zandile Dlamini (born October 21, 1995), known professionally as Doja Cat, is an American singer, rapper and songwriter. Born and raised in Los Angeles, she began making and releasing music on SoundCloud as a teenager. Her song "So High" caught the attention of Kemosabe Records and RCA Records where she signed a joint record deal at the age of 17, subsequently releasing her debut EP, Purrr! in 2014.

After a commercial hiatus, Doja Cat released her debut studio album, Amala (2018), to commercial failure, but later earned viral success as an internet meme with the single "Mooo!", which appeared on the deluxe version of her debut album along with singles "Juicy" and "Tia Tamera" in 2019. Doja Cat's second studio album, Hot Pink (2019), reached the top 10 of the US Billboard 200 and spawned the single "Say So", which topped the Billboard Hot 100 chart following the release of two remixes featuring Nicki Minaj.

Doja Cat is known for creating music videos and songs with sensual visuals. Her videos are also known because often times they quickly achieve popularity on social media applications such as TikTok and YouTube. She has been nominated for three Grammy Awards and has won one of them. She has won two American Music Awards in addition to the MTV Video Music Award for Push Best New Artist and its European counterpart.

She has collaborated with her friend and fellow musician Ariana Grande three times.


  • Purrr! (2014, EP)
  • Amala (2018)
  • Hot Pink (2019)
  • Planet HER (2021)
  • Scarlet (2023)
  • Scarlet 2: CLAUDE (Deluxe album, 2024)



  • On May 13, 2020, Ariana told Zane Lowe on Beats 1 Radio that Doja is a "breath of fresh air".
  • Ariana congratulated Doja and Nicki Minaj on "Say So" reaching the top of the Billboard Hot 100 chart, earning the first number-one hit for both artists.
  • Doja was originally meant to feature on "34+35" from Positions.[1]. On an Instagram Live, Doja sang her entire verse that was intended to be on the song,[2], but was later added onto the remix version, along with Megan Thee Stallion.[3]
  • In an interview, Doja spoke about her friendship with Grande.[4]
  • Doja made a reference to Grande's famous "yuh" in her song "Get Into It (Yuh)" with the line "I mean, y'all bitches better 'yuh' like Ariana".



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