Doja Cat is lookin' like a whole fruit snack in her new music video.
On Thursday (August 15), Amala Zandile Dlamini, professionally known by her stage name, dropped yet another innovative visualization capable of breaking the internet with the visual for her song "Juicy." In the colorful, kaleidoscopic video, the 23-year-old recording artist flexes her fruity side, serving up a cocktail of cherry, peach, and watermelon-inspired looks throughout the project and courts fellow Cali native Tyga for a few verses to spice up the mix.
"I keep it juicy juicy, I eat that lunch/ She keep that booty booty, she keep that plump/ That natural beauty beauty, yeah, yeah," Doja rhymes in the opening verse, teasing, "If you could see it from the front, wait 'til you see it from the back."
Since it premiered to viral acclaim, "Juicy," which comes off her debut album Amala, has racked up 2.4 million views overnight. If anything, this proves Doja's avant-garde imagination is undeniable and only furthers her rep as rap's most creative artists to date.
This isn't the first time Doja's gained internet fame for her outlandish videos. Last year, the "Go To Town" musician had the entire world cooing cow sounds to her troll track "Mooo!" which became a meme of its own in August 2018. Several months later, she doubled down on her viral victories with her commercial debut, the Rico Nasty-assisted single "Tia Tamera," an ode to '90s babies everywhere, and an anthem to the real-life twins who starred in Disney's Sister, Sister.
Watch Doja's vibrant, fruity music video for "Juicy" above.
Photo: YouTube/Doja Cat