Doja Cat Gets Cozy With The Weeknd in You Right Music Video
The Quentin Deronzier-directed clip features the ‘Say So’ hitmaker singing in a silver bralette-style top and skirt with a large cut out while dancing under glittery skies.
AceShowbiz –Doja Cat has treated fans to a new collaboration with The Weeknd. While releasing her third album called “Planet Her”, the “Say So” hitmaker dropped “You Right” and its visual in which she’s seen cozying up to the Canadian crooner.
The music video was released on Friday, June 25. It begins with Doja walking through an elegant palace as she details her desire for The Weeknd despite already having a partner. “And you right, You right, I got my guy/ But I, I can’t help it, I want you/ Say you right, I got my guy/ But I, I can’t help it, I want you,” she sings.
The clip then sees Doja standing closely next to The Weeknd as he whispers, “But-But-But the sex will cloud your memory/ A couple strokes, I’ll put it in, then you’ll belong to me.” The 25-year-old beauty then continues singing her line in a silver bralette-style top and cutout skirt while dancing under glittery skies.
“You Right” is one of the tracks from Doja’s new album “Planet Her”. On her collaboration with The Weeknd, she told E! News in May, “I made this song, and then I didn’t think I was going to get anybody on it. I knew that I wanted The Weeknd on this album, but we didn’t know what to do.”
“And we played him one song and we thought it was the perfect song, but it ended up not working,” she further explained. “Then he heard this other song, and it had already been finished with two verses but he was obsessed with it and that’s kind of all I wanted was a very good reaction…. It’s a beautiful, beautiful song.”
The Weeknd, meanwhile, told Billboard in April, “Doja is a star, and has created a unique universe you just want to lose yourself in.” He went on gushing, “She’s got such drive and vast creative vision that we will be seeing her impact for a very long time to come.”
“Planet Her” also features guest appearances from Young Thug on “Payday”, Ariana Grande on “I Don’t Do Drugs”, J.I.D. on “Options” and SZA on the previously-released single “Kiss Me More.”
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