Doja Cat is definitely one of the rising TikTok stars. But how did she make it? Probably one of the most promising stars of the new generation.. Year 2023 will show how does she manage it


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Social media has largely contributed to this success. The composition became the soundtrack of a viral dance challange in TikTok and from there it moved to users' playlists. Another artist's banger, Boss Bitch, which was featured in the film Birds of Prey, is also on everyone's radar.

Either way, now is a good time to start following Doja Cat's work. She has already proved that she is not a one-hit performer and is now ready to conquer the musical throne. We suggest getting to know the 24-year-old artiste's background to see what to expect from her in the future.

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Doja Cat had many hobbies and interests during her childhood and teenage years. The girl was interested in YouTube tutorials on makeup and even made her own at the age of 14, as well as doing ballet, breakdancing, surfing and other extreme sports. The artiste is still skateboarding to this day. She showed off some of her skills in last year's subculture-inspired "Bottom Bitch" music video. The track itself sampled the guitar from the song "What's My Age Again?" by pop-punk band Blink-182.

"When I was a kid I used to wake up every day and go skateboarding. Skateboarding was all I could think about. It wasn't that I wanted to be a professional skateboarder. I just wanted to do it," recalls Doja Cat.

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After the mini-album release, Doja Cat relaxed a bit, but by 2018, she stepped up again and released her first full-length album titled Amala. The record didn't shoot out then, but it wasn't a total flop either. Many songs from it, such as "Go To Town" and "Candy", got the attention they deserved after all. The latter even made it to the Billboard Hot 100 singles chart.

"A lot of people liked 'Amala', which is great. However, I don't consider it a finished album," admits Doja Cat.