Hot Pink | Doja Cat

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Hot Pink

Hot Pink is the second studio album by American rapper and singer Doja Cat. The album was released on November 7, 2019, by Kemosabe.

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  • Pitchfork

    On her first full-length release since her viral breakout, the rapper-singer and songwriter proves that her real gift is her versatility.  

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  • Consequence of Sound

    Talent and a knack for going viral.  

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  • NME

    ‘Hot Pink’ review: the viral ‘Mooo!’ star proves she’s a mainstream rap contender. 

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  • The Eastern Echo

    Doja Cat’s second studio album, ‘Hot Pink,’ is full of versatility and uniqueness. 

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  • The Musical Hype

    Doja Cat, Hot Pink [Photo Credits: Kemosabe / RCA]Bold rapper and singer Doja Cat (Amala Zandile Dlamini) delivers a hearty helping of sex on her sophomore album, Hot Pink.  

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  • Clash Music

    'Hot Pink' is an album that knows exactly what it is, and it’s the work of a well-crafted hip pop star with something to prove.  

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  • The Miami Hurricane

    Doja Cat drops debut album ‘Hot Pink,’ might be rap game’s newest ‘it-girl’. 

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  • The Diamondback

    Doja Cat excites and enthralls on ‘Hot’ new album 

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  • Cultura

    Doja Cat seemed to turn into a pop star that is more than just a track hits about cows.  

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  • Orange Mag

    Offering up a diverse selection of sounds and features, Doja Cat shows off the musical range she holds with her sophomore album Hot Pink.  

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  • Rap Reviews

    I’ve got no reason to be mad at Doja Cat because I’d have to care to be mad. In my world she simply exists and her tweets are like her music – brief flashes of words that are quickly forgotten.  

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  • Her Campus

    Overall, this album feels like something I will keep coming back to repeatedly. If you want some bops with a fresh female-rapper vibe, I highly recommend you give it a listen!  

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  • The Needle Drop

    Little to none of Doja Cat's eccentricity makes it onto Hot Pink. 

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  • Elle

    Doja Cat Just Wants To Make Rap Colorful. 

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  • Yahoo!

    Her cartoon-like persona inexplicably meshes with her unabashed sexuality and bravado. 

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  • Maine Campus

    Doja’s “Hot Pink” is a solid hip-hop album.  

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  • Hit Up Ange

    Her vocal technique is unmatched by others in her class, and she’s successful at everything she tries — once she chooses a spot to dig into, she’ll be the absolute best at it. 

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  • Soul in Stereo

    In a year filled with bland releases, Hot Pink knows how to stand out in a crowd. 

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  • I Standard Producers

    “Vibey,” electric guitar into an ambient, trap-like feel. There’s a “chillness” to this even though it’s extremely lively and bouncy. 

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  • Fresh Air

    Doja Cat welcomes you to her bold, colorful and scandalous world on her sophomore album Hot Pink. 

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  • Medium

    Hot Pink gives us the full scope of her artistic vision with her singles, and takes us to a new freaky dimension that this Kinky Kitten’s conjured up. Let’s break it down. 

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  • Amino Apps

    What I would like to see from her next album is for her to do more rap because she can rap and I prefer her to rap more than sing but if that does not happen I would like for her next album to be as versatile as this album because it really is a masterpiece. 

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  • Los Angeles Music

    Like the old joke about the Grateful Dead fan who gets sober, once the drugs wore off, she had higher standards for music. 

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  • Ones to Watch

    ‘Hot Pink’ Is the Most Versatile Hip-Hop Offering of the Year. 

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  • Popdust

    Doja Cat Remains Empowered Yet Controversial with "Hot Pink". 

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  • The Anomaly Diary

    Hot Pink is another good album by Doja Cat. I may have preferred the second half of the album to the first but it is a great listen in general.  

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  • Ratings Game Music

    Doja Cat was put on this earth to entertain. 

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  • Cavalier Daily

    ‘Hot Pink’ is red hot. 

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  • Velvety Music

    Doja knows the formula and she’s gonna continue to use it until she gets to a more established position. 

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  • Northern Soulers

    In a year filled with bland releases, Hot Pink knows how to stand out in a crowd. 

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  • All Music

    Not everything on Hot Pink is a knockout, but the experimentation results in some amazing standouts and other songs that are still fun or intriguing, even if they're not as memorable.  

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  • East Side Vibes

    This record is an assertion that not only Doja Cat is a rising star in the hip hop game that is her to say, but also that she is one of the more innovative and unique artists making pop-rap music right now.  

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  • Brock Press

    Doja Cat definitely stepped up to the plate for this album. 

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