Doja Cat has revealed that she wants to make a hardcore punk record one day.READ MORE:Â Doja Cat â âPlanet Herâ review: controversial pop-rapper enters her imperial phase
In a new interview withÂ Variety, Doja explained that she wants to explore punk as a genre more in the hop to make an all-out hardcore punk album one day.
âThis is the manic part. I wasnât gonna tell you. But Iâll just tell you now, because not talking about it is making me annoyed: I want to explore punk,” she told the interviewer. “But not pop-punk. I feel like we have enough pop-punk artists right now. And if there needs to be more, then let there be more, but I donât think Iâm the one to do it.”
“I want to explore more of a raw, unfiltered, hardcore punk sort of thing. Itâs just something that Iâm doing for my own personal fun â getting some drummers and guitarists together. And I donât even know if thatâs gonna make it out there.â
The singer and rapper,Â who is nominated for five Grammys at this yearâs awards on Sunday (February 5), also revealed to the interviewer that IDLES were her favourite band of last year.
The interviewer noted how during the photo shoot, she replaced the music “on the sound system with the British post-punk group Idles, [who] she plays on a loop for hours. Theyâre her favourite band of last year,” the interviewer explained.
Elsewhere in the interview, Doja went on to say she thinks she is discredited as a rapper in the music industry.Â
Reflecting on her love of ‘Vegas‘, the Grammy-nominated song (Best Rap Performance) from the ElvisÂ biopic and how it allowed her to return more to rapping, Doja toldÂ Variety: âThat was one of the greatest experiences because everyone knows âHound Dogâ [the Elvis Presley song from which it interpolates].
âBut I was able to give it my own spin. I went in and I was like, âFinally, I get to rap again.â A lot of people discredit me, so itâs nice to just put another one in the fucking bucket for a great rap song.â
She added that she canât blame casual hip-hop fans for regarding her as a dilettante. âI just got an award [from iHeartRadio] for a billion spins on the radio,â she toldÂ Variety, which is attributed to the popularity of her pop hits âSay Soâ, ‘Woman‘ and last yearâs Grammy-winning ‘Kiss Me More‘.
âSo with that alone, Iâm constantly being shoved down peopleâs throats. I would be upset if I saw somebody who has kind of been fed to me as this pop-star girl with a fat ass making it to this level of rap icon, after Iâve only been watching them do disco shit and pop shit all the time,â she added.
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