Doja Cat teases collaborations with Megan Thee Stallion, Ariana Grande, SZA and more

Could they be appearing on her potential third album?

Doja Cat has teased that she might be collaborating with the likes of Megan Thee Stallion, Ariana Grande, SZA and a number of others on her upcoming new album.

After announcing her possible new project ‘Planet Her’ in December, it looks as if the ‘Say So’ hitmaker has now revealed the names of the artists who are set to guest on her potential third album.

Taking to Twitter last night (January 5) to draw attention to the eight people she’s following, she tweeted: “Following them for a reeeeaaaaasssoooonnn 😉 Guess why.”


If that reason is because she’s collaborated with them, then it looks as if Doja Cat has recruited French Montana, Megan Thee Stallion, A$AP Ferg, Saweetie, The Weeknd, Ariana Grande, Young Thug and SZA for her new music.

Back in September, Doja Cat revealed that her new album is “all ready”.

She told Fat Joe during an Instagram Live on September 10 that she would have liked to have released the record then, but said: “You have to plan things accordingly and there’s a lot going on”.

Last week, Doja Cat, alongside Megan Thee Stallion, Miley Cyrus and more, performed as part of the line-up for Dick Clark’s New Year’s Rockin’ Eve.

Meanwhile, Nas has addressed his now-infamous Doja Cat namedrop, explaining that the attention it received is symptomatic of the social media age.


In August the rapper released ‘Ultra Black‘, the lead single from his new album ‘King’s Disease‘, which contains the lyric: “We going Ultra Black/ Unapologetically Black/ The opposite of Doja Cat“. Fans were quick to hype up the line online despite Doja Cat saying she wouldn’t beef with the star because he is a hero of hers.

Nas said of the situation in an interview with NME: “Well, I’ve been away, so, of course, I mention someone’s name that’s popular and people are gonna talk about it. I hear people do it all the time but no one makes a big deal of it. Maybe it’s because I don’t put out records a lot, so they’re like, ‘Whoa!’”

He continued: “I don’t really know the world that these stars live in anymore. I’m rapping the same way I did when I was on the block, but now there’s a new world and what I say can take off with social media and I can’t do anything about it.”