Doja Cat Drops “Paint The Town Red” Single and Video

Doja Cat isn’t for everyone, but she’s not going anywhere, that’s for sure. Her newest track, “Paint The Town Red” is here, along with a new music video.


The release was much anticipated after Doja Cat changed her previous release covers to a red version of the artwork.



This isn’t the first big news for Doja Cat, and we’re barely into August yet. She is set to headline The Victoria’s Secret World Tour, “which is part fashion show and part documentary,” according to Complex, and will be debuting on Prime Video on September 26.


This is all ahead of her headlining tour, which will kick off in October. She promised to bring new music into the fold for the VS show, so it’s the perfect time for her to give everyone a primer for what’s in store for her first North American Arena tour ever.




Tue Oct 31 San Francisco, CA Chase Center *
Thu Nov 02 Los Angeles, CA Arena *
Fri Nov 03 Las Vegas, NV T-Mobile Arena *
Sun Nov 05 San Diego, CA Viejas Arena *
Mon Nov 06 Anaheim, CA Honda Center *
Wed Nov 08 Phoenix, AZ Footprint Center *
Fri Nov 10 Denver, CO Ball Arena *
Mon Nov 13 Austin, TX Moody Center *
Wed Nov 15 Houston, TX Toyota Center *
Thu Nov 16 Dallas, TX American Airlines Center *
Sun Nov 19 Atlanta, GA State Farm Arena *
Tue Nov 21 Miami, FL Kaseya Center #
Fri Nov 24 Tampa, FL Amalie Arena *
Sun Nov 26 Charlotte, NC Spectrum Center #
Mon Nov 27 Washington, DC Capital One Arena #
Wed Nov 29 Brooklyn, NY Barclays Center #
Thu Nov 30 Newark, NJ Prudential Center #
Sat Dec 02 Boston, MA TD Garden #
Mon Dec 04 Columbus, OH Nationwide Arena #
Thu Dec 07 Minneapolis, MN Target Center #
Fri Dec 08 Omaha, NE CHI Health Center #
Sun Dec 10 Detroit, MI Little Caesars Arena #
Mon Dec 11 Toronto, ON Scotiabank Arena #
Wed Dec 13 Chicago, IL United Center #


Support Key
* With Doechii
# With Ice Spice


Check out the new song called “Paint The Town Red” here:




The song has a cool, retro music bed, with the fierce as f*ck attitude we’ve been seeing from Doja Cat. The video is both artsy and macabre but is also poking fun in some of its moments. The lyrics also seemingly suggest that Doja Cat is calling out all the criticisms she’s received or things fans and non-fans have spewed online, including a line about not wearing a wig “to make you like it.”


It will be interesting to see how it is received, as many outlets have pointed out that she went head to head with her fans that were calling themselves “Kittenz,” for which she blatantly expressed her dislike.


The Los Angeles Times shared the best explanation of the situation:

“My fans don’t name themselves s—,” she wrote on her Threads’ account in a rebuke of the Kittenz nickname, according to multiple outlets that took screenshots of the tweets. She then called for the end of her fan accounts. Since then, many of her most popular fan pages on Twitter have deactivated their accounts or have bid farewell.


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