Doja Cat lit up the stage while performing at the Austin City Limits music festival on Saturday.
The 25-year-old singer made the most of her time in the spotlight, as she belted out several of her hits while being supported by numerous backup dancers at the annual event.
Numerous other performers were also spotted making appearances at the music festival, which was canceled last year due to the onset of the global pandemic.
Doing her thing: Doja Cat was seen performing at the Austin City Limits music festival on Saturday
Doja Cat wore a revealing multi-patterned sleeveless top that showed off her toned tummy while performing for her adoring fans.
The Say So singer, born Amala Ratna Zandile Dlamini, also wore a tattered bottom that highlighted her curvy hips and chiseled thighs and featured a single pant leg.
The Grammy-nominated hitmaker notably rocked a lovely pair of platform shoes as she belted out her hits.
Her gorgeous platinum blonde locks fell onto her shoulders and backside during her time on stage.
Interesting outfit: The performer sported a tattered sleeveless top that showed off her toned tummy during her time slot
Making an impression: She also wore a matching bottom with a single pant leg and a set of high-top boots
Doja Cat spoke about her motivations as an artist during a sit-down with Missy Elliott for Interview, where she expressed that her inspirations for her recent musical output come from songs released just over a decade ago.
She stated: ‘even though I was born in 1995, I’m stuck in 2010, or 2004. I feel like I need to revamp my sound, but I’m also having a lot of fun, so f*** it, who cares?’
The Mooo! singer also remarked that she was planning on becoming a much more socially aware musician in the future.
‘I’m good, and I can be funny and charming, and I can do little punchlines here and there, but I need to talk about my life more, and about what’s going on,’ she said.
Opening up: Doja Cat recently spoke about her career and motivations as an artist during a sit-down with Missy Elliott for Interview
Being honest: The singer expressed that she ‘can be funny and charming’ with her musical output. She also noted that she wanted ‘to talk about my life more, and about what’s going on’ in her future work
Doja Cat went on to speak about her privacy, and expressed that ‘there’s personal stuff that happens in my life that I don’t talk about in my music. I also kind of don’t care.’
Although the performer has only made three full-length albums available to the public, she noted that she has a veritable treasure trove of music stored away from her fans.
‘I have some songs that I so want to put out that are probably six years old. They are crazy. I sampled something that I’d probably never get the rights to,’ she noted.
Doja Cat also spoke about her most recent album, Planet Her, and remarked that she did not attempt to limit herself with regard to production values while working on the project.
Staying guarded: She also noted that ‘there’s personal stuff that happens in my life that I don’t talk about in my music’
Previous work: Doja Cat expressed that she wanted to release several songs that were ‘probably six years old.’ She also noted that she had ‘sampled something that I’d probably never get the rights to’
Doing it all: The Grammy-nominated hitmaker expressed that her most recent album, Planet Her, was ‘a collage of sounds that I thought sounded cool’
She said that the studio release ‘is a collage of sounds that I thought sounded cool, and that’s it. I didn’t have the patience to try and make every song sound similar.’
The hitmaker added, ‘I’m proud of it, because it has that consistency, but it still has ups and downs and twists. It was going to sound way weirder, but I took some stuff out.’
The performer then noted that, although her creative process was not without the occasional difficulty, she was usually satisfied with her end results.
‘Sometimes I get writer’s block, because I don’t want to write something stupid…But when I do it right, I’m really, really happy about it,’ she said.
All over the place: She noted that the studio release ‘has that consistency, but it still has ups and downs and twists’
Not alone: Several other artists, including Phoebe Bridgers, were also pictured performing during the event
Several other artists were seen performing at Austin City Limits, including Phoebe Bridgers, who flashed a smile while spending time on stage.
The Kyoto singer, 27, opted for a mostly black outfit and played a matching Danelectro guitar during her time slot.
Marie Ulven Ringheim, better known as Girl In Red, was pictured delivering an emotional performance at the festival.
The 22-year-old performer kept it casual in a large t-shirt and a pair of cutoff shorts as she played her hits.
Getting loud: Marie Ulven Ringheim, also known as Girl In Red, was spotted belting out one of her hits at the music festival