Doja Cat

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Event Details

VIP Package Includes: One general admission ticket, VIP early entry into the venue, Exclusive preshow meet & greet with Doja Cat, Personal photograph with Doja Cat, Specially designed Doja Cat beanie (exclusive to VIP packages only), Autographed 8x10 photo, Exclusive Doja Cat merchandise item, and an Official meet & greet laminate! Limited availability! Amala Zandile Dlamini known professionally as Doja Cat, is a South African/American singer, songwriter, rapper, and producer currently based in Los Angeles.

She released her first single in 2013, coming to prominence in March 2014 when she signed to RCA Records and released her debut EP, Purrr! (described as "spacey, eastern-influenced R&B") by The Fader. Premiering the video for the single "So High," Vibe described her as an "18-year-old psychedelic prodigy." The song was featured on the Empire soundtrack (Season 1, Episode 3). Four years after its release, "So High" had received nearly 18 million streams on Spotify and millions more on Soundcloud, while the video has garnered more than 16 million views on Vevo/YouTube.

In the lead-up to the March 30, 2018 release of her first full-length album, titled Amala, she released the single "Roll with Us." Produced by Jerry "tizhimself" Powell, Rogét Chahayed, and, Yeti, the song was featured on Spotify's New Music Friday as well as Global Viral 50 playlists, streaming 960,000 times within seven weeks of its release. A second single, "Go to Town," also produced by Powell with a video directed by Jabari Jacobs and produced by Sheira Davies (Beyoncé, Kygo, Pentatonix), followed on March 9, 2018. In August 2018 Doja Cat had a viral hit with her lighthearted song "Mooo!"

DOJA CAT (Hip Hop)
Ami Zandile, better known by her stage name Doja Cat, is an American singer, songwriter, rapper, and record producer. Her debut EP Purrr! was released in 2014. Zandile's stage name comes from slang word “dojo”, which means “weed” (as in, marijuana), and her love for cats.
West Coast artist/producer, Wes Period was raised in La Habra California but found roots in Los Angeles when he began seriously making music in the early 2010s. Bringing a bright and often hazy lyrical flow to a variety of production approaches, Wes honed his musical style on early releases like 2011's Friendly Fire EP and early singles, often centered around partying and the always sunny California lifestyle.


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