Doja Cat joins SZA on 'Kill Bill' remix

Doja Cat joins SZA on 'Kill Bill' remix

Doja Cat and SZA are back with a banging remix!

Doja Cat and SZA
Doja Cat and SZA/ Instagram (@dojacat. @sza)

SZA has teamed up with Doja Cat for a remix of her hit song, 'Kill Bill'. The original version of the track was a major hit in the US and peaked at number two on the Billboard Hot 100.

The new version starts with vocals from Doja Cat. 

I'm in a funk, so I bought a bouquet of roses
And cut 'em up at your doorstep, your new neighborhood is gorgeous
I paid a lotta money for the fragrances you wore when we were dating
And I sold some lemonade just to afford them

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It's not the first time SZA and Doja Cat have worked together. They collaborated on 2021's 'Kiss Me More' - a song that featured on Doja Cat's 'Planet Her' album.

SZA currently has three songs charting in America - 'Kill Bill' (#4) - which is named after a Quentin Tarantino movie, 'Snooze' (#34), and 'Special' (#74) with Lizzo. 

'Kill Bill' is the fifth single released from her 'SOS' album. The offering debuted at number one on the Billboard 200 album chart and went on to spend 10 weeks at the top. 

Travis Scott, Phoebe Bridgers, and Ol' Dirty Bastard feature on the album. SZA is preparing to go on tour again. Her European tour kicks off in June before the 33-year-old heads back to America in October for the US leg. 

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Meanwhile, Doja Cat teased several songs from her upcoming album, 'Hellmouth', on Instagram Live. She played a few seconds of each song.

Doja Cat also took to her Instagram Stories to share what appears to be the tracklist for the album. 

The tracks include names such as 'Attention', 'Love Life' and 'Ouchies'. 

The 27-year-old is yet to share her album's release date, but it is expected to drop sometime in 2023. Doja Cat's fans can expect the singer-rapper to experiment with different music genres. 

"I know that I’ve done a lot of pink and soft things, a lot of pop and glittery sounds but for this next era, I’m going in a more masculine direction," the 'Vegas' hitmaker told Variety earlier this year. 

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Main image credit: Instagram/@dojacat, @sza

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