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Doja Cat gets flirty with The Weeknd in the music video for their song You Right off her new album

Doja Cat looks ethereal as she dons a midriff-baring white leotard in her latest music video for her and The Weeknd’s track You Right off her new album Planet Her. 

In correspond with her third record on Friday, the 25-year-old rapper released an  extravagant video with her collaborator, 31, which showed her strutting around a palace as she sings about yearning for a man, despite being in a relationship.   

‘I got a man but, I want you,’ she admits in one verse, before going on to say she’s thinking about ‘someone new’ and ‘can’t stop and look the other way.’

 

New viedo: Doja Cat looks ethereal as she dons a midriff-baring white leotard in her latest music video for her and The Weeknd’s track You Right off her new album Planet Her

As she struggles to make her decision, The Weeknd’s face appears in the galaxy. 

As much as she tries, the star can’t seem to shake her infatuation with another man, even as she lays in bed with her current lover. 

Once The Weeknd starts crooning, he confirms he wants to be with her too and encourages the singer to break up with her beau.  

Flirty: In correspond with her third record on Friday, the 25-year-old rapper released an extravagant video with her collaborator, 31, which showed her strutting around a palace as she sings about yearning for a man, despite being in a relationship

Flirty: In correspond with her third record on Friday, the 25-year-old rapper released an extravagant video with her collaborator, 31, which showed her strutting around a palace as she sings about yearning for a man, despite being in a relationship

'I got a man but, I want you,' she admits in one verse, before going on to say she's thinking about 'someone new' and she 'can't stop and look the other way'

‘I got a man but, I want you,’ she admits in one verse, before going on to say she’s thinking about ‘someone new’ and she ‘can’t stop and look the other way’

In the video, he can be seen rocking a pair of dark aviator sunglasses and a suit. 

Eventually the duo appear on screen together, until footage pans to her next to her boyfriend as he plays a video game while she looks unsatisfied. 

The chemistry between Doja Cat and The Weeknd’s characters is palpable, even though they never share a kiss or make physical content. 

On her mind: As she struggles to make her decision, The Weeknd's face appears in the galaxy

On her mind: As she struggles to make her decision, The Weeknd’s face appears in the galaxy

Infatuated: As much as she tries, the star can't seem to shake her infatuation with another man, even as she lays in bed with her lover

Infatuated: As much as she tries, the star can’t seem to shake her infatuation with another man, even as she lays in bed with her lover

Planet Her, released on June 25, features collaborations with stars including Ariana Grande on I Don’t Do Drugs and Young Thug on song Pay Day 

In March, the Los Angeles native revealed she incorporated musical elements of an array of genres including dancehall, afrobeat, funk and house on the new album.

Before releasing the names of who she was working with, Doja said in an interview for V Magazine she was collaborating with people that she respects and is ‘extremely excited about having on the album.’  

Feeling ignored: Eventually the duo appear on screen together, until footage pans to her next to her boyfriend as he plays a video game while she looks unsatisfied

Feeling ignored: Eventually the duo appear on screen together, until footage pans to her next to her boyfriend as he plays a video game while she looks unsatisfied

Steamy: The chemistry between Doja Cat and The Weeknd's characters is palpable, even though they never share a kiss or make physical content

Steamy: The chemistry between Doja Cat and The Weeknd’s characters is palpable, even though they never share a kiss or make physical content

‘Just knowing that I have you on it is just sexy. It’s perfect,’ she told SZA, who was conducting the interview and is featured on her single Kiss Me More. 

In 2019, she released her very popular sophomore album, Hot Pink, just one year after dropping her debut album, Amala. 

Over her career, she has been nominated for three Grammy Awards and six Billboard Music Awards, and has won two American Music Awards. 

Following up her last successful album: Planet Her, released on June 25, features collabs with stars including Ariana Grande on I Don’t Do Drugs and Young Thug on song Pay Day

Following up her last successful album: Planet Her, released on June 25, features collabs with stars including Ariana Grande on I Don’t Do Drugs and Young Thug on song Pay Day 

Going strong: She has been nominated for three Grammy Awards and six Billboard Music Awards, and has won two American Music Awards

Going strong: She has been nominated for three Grammy Awards and six Billboard Music Awards, and has won two American Music Awards

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