Doja Cat is well-known for her diverse musical acumen and genre-bending works.
She has risen as an international sensation following her viral success as an internet meme in 2018.
Since then, she has dropped a few albums – the most recent being Planet Her (2021) – which flexes her creative blend of R&B, electropop, and hip hop.
In this article, we’ll be going through 31 of the best Doja Cat songs!
From fan-favorites like “Say So” to underrated ballads like “No Police”, you’ll surely find a song that fits your vibe!
Doja Cat’s sultry tones truly shine on this slow, alluring track of R&B and trap sonics.
Ultra soft and sensual, the song finds Doja longing for her ex-lover. It’s a chill and dreamy track that hooks you from the start to the end.
This seductive song strings you for a ride through outer space with its neon-lit aesthetic, hard bass, and crisp synths.
An ode to sexuality, Doja sets the mood for this track with a blend of sensual yet energetic vocals, showing off her versatility.
The song also features cameo appearances from other artists like Ryan Destiny and Grimes.
“Wine Pon You” embodies feminine energy and its indescribable allure, detailing how Doja wishes to dance suggestively for her partner.
It’s one of Doja’s more underrated hits as it’s more popular on online streaming platforms, featured in many edits and reels instead.
“You Right” makes cheating and infidelity sound so good, especially with its slow-rolling, slick melody.
In collaboration with Abel, aka The Weeknd, the song rides on a hazy 3. am-esque aesthetic and dreamy vocal delivery.
This track was originally meant to be a solo, but Abel liked it so much that one of her verses was removed to fit him in.
“Say So” is a glossy, retro, bubbly disco-esque body of work that revolves around seizing romance at the right moment.
Imbued with a 1970s sound, infectious bassline, and airy vocals, the song is perfect for hitting the dancefloor.
It’s also one of Doja’s signature songs that soared to popularity after going viral on social media.
This summer, disco-inflected jam marks Doja’s first collaboration with uprising artist SZA, featured on the 2021 album Planet Her.
The song conveys themes of passion, sexual desires, and tender love.
“Kiss Me More” blends groovy, glimmering riffs and sun-kissed vocals for a catchy and airy pop-infused feel.
This Afrobeats-imbued track is a tribute to women and all the roles they play.
With bright tones, high-energy sonic notes, and Doja’s impeccable flow, this track serves to uplift every woman to embrace every thought, emotion, and woe.
The melody is also super catchy and would make a great dance track!
“Candy” is another one of Doja’s creative works, laced with double entendres that serve to entice and excite.
Along with catchy beats, the song also features a bouncy tune and Doja’s silky voice that add to its fun and flirtatious vibe.
The track also went viral on Tiktok in 2019 after it was used in a dance trend.
Built atop a funky beat and catchy hip-hop melody, “Juicy” is a tribute to the curvy and voluptuous body type.
The song oozes playful and fun energy, showcasing Doja’s flirtatious vocals and Tyga’s slick rap bars.
The third single from the 2020 Positions album, “Motive”, finds Grande and Doja playing with feelings and motivations with a potential love interest.
The song opens up with muffled synths before rolling out into a house-style rhythm and atmospheric beats.
Lighthearted and sweet, Grande delivers with her airy vocals while Doja complements hers in the rapping department.
“Like That” is easily another great Doja Cat production.
Featured on her album Hot Pink, the song centers on themes of confidence and female empowerment.
A smooth anthem, the infectious R&B groove surfaces with Doja’s whispery notes and Mane’s witty lyricism.
A hip-hop banger, “Vegas,” was written for the 2022 biopic of the King of Rock and Roll, Elvis.
The song’s upbeat melody and sassy production make it irresistible, highlighted by Doja’s carefree tone.
It finds Doja complaining about an underwhelming lover through its well-crafted and fun lyrics.
“Ain’t Shit” is the epitome of bad-bitch energy as Doja casually rants about unfaithful and immature men who’ve wronged her.
The song is a seamless body of work, featuring infectious synths and powerful drum beats, with space for Doja to show off her electrifying cadence and tone.
It’s quite a cathartic bop, and anyone who’s been in a similar place would relate strongly to it.
If you’re looking for a sassy, badass friendship anthem, this song is perfect for you.
“Best Friend” brings together Saweetie’s catchy verses and Doja’s distinctive style into this upbeat, pop-inflected track.
With an infectious rhythm, the song celebrates all aspects of friendships in a positive and bubbly light.
Doja addresses her decision to leave a toxic relationship in this powerful yet sultry production.
Sonically soothing with infectious beats and velvety vocals, the song is a raw and intimate experience with Doja’s diverse musicality dazzling through.
“Tia Tamera” takes a different sonic approach with its colorful and rebellious vibe.
With an irresistible rhythm, this song conveys themes of feminine confidence and self-love. The lyrics are also peppered with references to artists, brands, organizations, and films.
The title of the song is based on Tia and Tamera Mowry, twin sisters who starred in the popular 90’s sitcom, ‘Sister, Sister’.
Doja might label this soul-serving ballad as ‘cringeworthy’, but to us fans, it’s a delicate and ear-pleasing composition.
Laced with smooth bedroom pop-tinged beats and psychedelic tones, the song explores the addictive nature of love, similar to taking drugs.
Featured on the 2014 project Purrr!, “No Police” weaves spacy beats and slinky vocal textures with verses about drug usage and law enforcement.
The melody sounds familiar because it’s sampled from Dream Koala’s instrumental piece, ‘We Can’t Be Friends’.
Featured on the Birds of Prey soundtrack, fast-paced synths and energetic tones cross with Doja’s sassy vocals in this bass-heavy composition.
This fiery song is a clapback to the haters, and exudes pure confidence.
Taking the hip-hop approach, “Rules” finds Doja laying out the standard to her love interest when it comes to loving her.
This track sets a more serious tone, blending an old-western bass and charismatic vocals that underscores its teasing charm.
This raunchy track embodies passion and desire amidst its uptempo beats and simple instrumentation.
Exuding sensuality in its sonic approach, Doja deftly delivers a different flavour with this ballad, giving it a subtle yet positive vibe.
“Get Into It” isn’t just a pop-trap spin on an age-old viral meme, but it’s also a tribute to Nicki Minaj, Doja’s musical inspiration.
A rhythmically catchy piece, this twinkling anthem takes cues from the Minaj herself with smooth rapidfire flow and creative lyricism.
Doja’s musicality shines in “Better Than Me“, an emo-rap number about the boldness to own your confidence and sexuality.
With a bass-laden tune, the song combines vibe-heavy beats and our pop diva’s sultry croon that elevates it to the next level.
“Naked” treats us to catchy reggaeton-infused beats as it delves into topics of lust, sexuality and intimacy.
The song sets a high-energy tone, layered with pulsing bass, as Doja seduces us on with a sensuous vocal performance.
This dreamy production finds Doja convincing her love interest that she’s everything he needs.
The song plays with uptempo beats and synth-laden melodies while Doja’s quiet vocals laces it with a romantic feel.
The surreal aesthetic of the song fits its title as it delves with Doja’s addiction to fantasising about her ex.
Turning toward a house-laden, disco-influenced approach, this intoxicating production is perfect for vibing out.
Mooo! was the song that defined Doja’s initial success after it became an internet meme in 2018.
The track is one of its kind as it finds Doja making satirical claims about being a cow, interpolating tongue in cheek wordplay and fiery rap verses.
Despite its satirical nature, it features an irresistible beat with sultry guitars and hooky melodies – soothing to the ears.
First released in 2020, Del Mar marks the first Spanish-language collaboration for both Doja and Sia.
A summer reggaeton anthem, the song is about the desire to be with the person you love.
Imbued with a latin trap tune, this song features a prominent island-tinged aesthetic, laced with a tropical twist and a blend of harmonious vocals.
From the playful tune to the beautiful mesh of magnetic vocals, “Won’t Bite” revolves around the desire for a partner who’s loyal and genuine.
This upbeat production is fun and energetic, with a cute vibe to match.
“Handstand” owns its fun-loving, bad-bitch energy, with Doja and Saweetie on full display boasting about their confidence and image.
The bouncy tune and diverse musicalities make it a great club anthem.
Floating across sleek electronic basslines and uptempo beats, Doja calls out on her ex’s unfaithfulness.
Amidst the catchy melody, the song embodies anger and regret, weaved into its witty lyrical work.
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