Grammy Award-winning artist Doja Cat is becoming a musical icon right in front of our eyes. Her third album, Planet Her, is now officially the longest-running #1 album by a female artist in Top R&B Albums chart history. Although it was released almost a year ago, the album has given Doja Cat Billboard hits such as “Woman,” “Need to Know,” “Kiss Me More,” “Get into It (Yuh),” and more. She currently has 10 top 40 hits on the Hot 100 Chart and isn’t slowing down anytime soon. Recently, there was some chatter on social media about whether Doja Cat should be considered a rapper or not, and we have the answer: YES! The “Say So” rapper’s ability to be effortlessly versatile in her art is why she continuously tops the chart. No matter what beat is behind the song, her ever-changing flow and pen game are here to stay. Congratulations to Doja Cat!
— chart data (@chartdata) April 24, 2022