Doja Cat and SZA will have fans counting down to midnight ET on Friday (April 9) like it’s New Year’s Eve when they release their “Kiss Me More” collab.
The “Say So” rapper released the cover art on Wednesday, which features a turquoise SZA bust facing a pink version of Doja emerging from rosy sand dunes by the baby blue water.
“I been in a bad mood all day but i’m glad* KMM is coming tomorrow,” Doja wrote in a follow-up tweet, to which SZA replied, “SAME AND SAAAAMME.”
— I’m Doja (@DojaCat) April 7, 2021
SZA interviewed Doja for the surreal 3D cover of V Magazine in March, in which the former described “Kiss Me More” as “a different strut” in terms of genre, while the latter beamed about having her as one of the featured artists on her third studio album Planet Her.
“It’s people that I respect and I’m extremely excited about having on the album and it’s a full-circle moment for me, basically,” Doja told SZA. “Just knowing that I have you on it is just sexy. It’s perfect. I feel confident.”
Looks like “Kiss Me More” might be the first official single of Planet Her, with SZA being the first inhabitant. The “Good Days” singer was only one of eight people that the “Streets” artist was following on Twitter in early January, in addition to Megan Thee Stallion, Young Thug, Saweetie, French Montana, A$AP Ferg, The Weeknd, Ariana Grande and SZA, which led fans to speculate that each of those artists will also appear as featured artists. Now, she’s following seven more stars on the social media platform: Flo Milli, J.I.D, Nicki Minaj, her “Tia Tamera” collaborator Rico Nasty, her “Juicy” collaborator Tyga, Pharrell Williams and beauty blogger James Charles.
The 25-year-old artist has already scored some of the biggest hits of her career with these artists, including her career-first Billboard Hot 100 No. 1 “Say So” remix with Minaj, her “34+35” hit with Grande and Megan that peaked at No. 2 on the Hot 100, and her steadily climbing “Best Friend” collab with Saweetie that’s currently sitting at No. 17 this week (chart dated April 10).
Fans can pre-save “Kiss Me More” here.