Doja Cat Explains Reason Behind Naming One of Her Songs “Balut”

Why Doja Cat named one of her songs “Balut”?

DOJA CAT – The American rapper explained the reason behind naming one of her songs “Balut.”

On her Instagram Story on September 17, she provided an explanation for her new song, describing it as a symbol of “a bird being eaten alive.” She further elaborated that it serves as a metaphor for Twitter enthusiasts and the decline of toxicity on the platform, representing the beginning of something new and the end of negative tweets.

While she briefly discussed the meaning of the title, it’s worth noting that in the Philippines, “balut” is a delicacy made from duck eggs that are nearly hatched and then boiled.

“Balut” is the fourth track to be shared from her latest project, following “Attention,” “Paint the Town Red,” and “Demons,” the latter of which she performed at the recent MTV Video Music Awards.

Doja Cat’s upcoming album is scheduled for release on September 22. Billboard reports that it will be accompanied by a headline arena tour starting on October 31 in San Francisco, featuring special performances by Ice Spice and Doechii.

Meanwhile, Doja Cat, born Amala Ratna Zandile Dlamini, is an American rapper and singer from Los Angeles. She gained attention on SoundCloud with her song “So High” and signed with Kemosabe and RCA Records. She released her debut EP “Purrr!” in 2014. She had viral success with her song “Mooo!” in 2018 and later released her album “Hot Pink,” which included the hit “Say So.”

Doja Cat has cited influences like Nicki Minaj, Lauryn Hill, and Busta Rhymes. Her stage name comes from one of her cats and her favorite strain of marijuana. Her music blends hip-hop, pop, R&B, and pop rap, often with playful and suggestive lyrics. She is known for her versatility in music and other forms of art.

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