10 Best Doja Cat Songs of All Time (2023)

Have you heard of Doja Cat? She’s blown up in a crazy way. This LA girl proves that the internet can be a game-changer when it comes to getting your music out there. She used TikTok and her quirky hit song “Moo” to quickly build a devoted following.

Doja’s debut album, Amala, did pretty well, but it was her next one, Hot Pink, that really made her a star. That album had some major hits like “Say So,” “Like That,” and “Juicy.” And even though it was only her second album, she managed to get some big names in the rap game to collaborate with her.

Her latest release, Planet Her, took things to another level. Doja’s hit-making skills are still top-notch, but now she’s also focused on world-building and creating concept records.

We’ve gone through Doja’s discography and pulled together our favorite tracks so far. Check out our picks for the top 10 Doja Cat songs below!

10. “Motive” Ariana Grande feat. Doja Cat

Have you heard about Doja Cat’s feature in Ariana Grande’s album Positions? Yeah, she took on the rap breakdown in one of the album’s buzzy tracks called “Motive”.

In this song, Doja Cat delivers some fiery lines over a dope beat produced by Murda Beatz. She raps, “You treat me like gold, baby / Now you wanna spoil me / Did you want a trophy or you wanna sport me, baby,” which is just so catchy and fun to listen to.

It’s not the first time Doja and Ariana have collaborated. They also teamed up for a remix of “34+35” which was a total banger. But “Motive” definitely shows off Doja’s rap skills in a fresh and exciting way.

9. “Streets”

If you haven’t heard Doja’s “Streets” yet, you’re missing out! This 2019 hit is one of the songs that helped launch her career. It’s a unique track, with a slow and melodic beat that almost overpowers Doja’s vocals. But that’s part of what makes it so great.

While “Streets” might be a departure from Doja’s current pop offerings, it’s still worth a listen. It’s a brooding hit that shows off Doja’s range as an artist. Give it a spin and see for yourself why Doja is pop royalty.

8. “You Right” feat. The Weeknd

Let’s talk about Doja Cat’s smash hit “You Right” from her third album, Planet Her. We just had to include this bop on our list of top tracks because, let’s be real, Doja knows how to bring the heat with her collabs. And this one’s no exception with the one and only The Weeknd joining in on the fun.

The song’s all about a juicy love triangle and the temptation to go back to an old flame. Doja’s lyrics, “You right, I got my guy / But I can’t help it, I want you” really capture those conflicted feelings. And with The Weeknd’s smooth vocals adding to the mix, it’s no wonder this tune’s been stuck in our heads for months.

7. “Juicy” feat. Tyga

Doja Cat’s sophomore album, Hot Pink, was well-received by fans and critics alike, and the lead single “Juicy” featuring Tyga played a big part in that. The catchy titular line, “If you could see it from the front, wait ’til you see it from the back,” was the spark that ignited the song’s popularity. In an interview with MTV News back in 2020, Doja explained that she came up with the line after realizing that sometimes she could see her own backside from the front. She thought it was a cool concept and believed it would make for an excellent hook, and she was right.

The infectious beat, fun lyrics, and Doja and Tyga’s slick delivery made “Juicy” an instant hit. The song quickly climbed the charts, earning Doja her first top 40 hit as a lead artist on the Billboard Hot 100. The music video, which features Doja and her dancers showing off their moves in vibrant, colorful outfits, added to the song’s appeal and helped it go viral on social media.

6. “Say So” ft. Nicki Minaj remix

Even if you’re not a die-hard rap fan, you’ll still appreciate the fusion of two different rap generations coming together on this track.

The original version of “Say So” was already great, but Minaj’s addition takes it to the next level. The way Doja and Minaj blend their styles is just amazing!

5. “Woman”

This catchy afrobeat-inspired song is all about celebrating womanhood and the things that connect us all as humans. Doja really brings the girl power on this track, but she’s not trying to be too political – she just wants everyone to feel empowered and united.

In fact, Doja’s whole album Planet Her is like a whole new world where all species can live in harmony. How cool is that? We’re all about bringing people together, and it’s great to see an artist using their platform to spread a positive message.

4. “Need To Know”

You know we’ve all been there – hearing stories about a friend of a friend who’s just amazing in bed, and wondering if it’s true. Well, Doja Cat’s song “Need To Know” tackles that very topic!

In the chorus, she sings “Wanna know what it’s like / Baby, show me what it’s like” – and we can all relate to that curiosity! The track did really well on the charts, peaking at No. 8 on the Billboard Hot 100 and hanging out in the top ten for a whopping 48 weeks.

Dr. Luke, who’s worked with Doja on other hits like “Say So,” “Kiss Me More,” and “You Right,” produced “Need To Know.” Say what you will about the guy, he knows how to make catchy pop bangers!

So if you’re feeling curious about that friend of a friend, give “Need To Know” a spin and let Doja’s sultry vocals and Dr. Luke’s beats take you away.

3. “Get Into It (Yuh)”

If you haven’t heard Doja Cat’s “Get Into It (Yuh)” yet, you’re missing out on a total banger. But it’s not just a great song – Doja also pays tribute to Nicki Minaj in it.

Doja interpolates a lyric from Nicki’s debut solo single, “Massive Attack,” which is pretty cool. And at the end of the song, she even name-drops Nicki, saying “Thank you Nicki / I love you.” Aww, how sweet!

So if you’re a fan of either Doja or Nicki (or both, like me!), make sure you give “Get Into It (Yuh)” a listen.

2. “Best Friend” Saweetie ft. Doja Cat

Saweetie and Doja Cat teamed up and created a masterpiece that will have you feeling confident and empowered.

“Best Friend” is the perfect song to blast during your pre-game hang with your girls before hitting the town. The lyrics about independence and sexuality are relatable and uplifting. It’s no wonder the duo was nominated for Best Rap Song at the 64th Annual Grammy Awards.

1. “Kiss Me More” ft. SZA 

Doja Cat and SZA have teamed up for a hit that’s all about kissing. “Kiss Me More” has taken the No. 1 spot on this list, and it’s easy to see why. Doja wanted to create a cute song that’s solely about kissing, and she nailed it. Fans of both artists went wild when they debuted the song at the 2021 Billboard Music Awards, and it’s been a fan favorite ever since. Get ready to pucker up and give “Kiss Me More” a listen.

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