Back in 2018, Doja Cat became a viral sensation with meme song Mooo!, but what most people didn’t know, hidden behind that tongue-in-cheek song wasn’t a one-trick pony, but a multi-talented artist with vast amounts of versatility. Not only is Doja Cat a rapper and a singer, she’s also a producer and songwriter.
In addition to her music artistry, Doja Cat is known for her playful fashion sense, with alternating fun-coloured hairstyles. So much so, there’s a common thread on the internet joking about her ever-changing and evolving style. She’s been a watermelon, a cow and a 70’s disco queen, to name a few. Many have concluded Doja Cat is officially a chameleon.
Doja cat looks like five different people lmfao I can never tell it’s her in pics unless people name her
Doja Cat looks different every time I look at her.
— Alexis “Bring Back Bunheads” Wilson (@sassyblackdiva) March 6, 2020
Here are 7 times you almost didn’t recognise Doja Cat:
1. The E-Girl
One of Doja Cat’s go-to beauty looks is the e-girl. She even hosted a video make-up tutorial on Vogue, sharing personal tips and a guide to pulling off the e-girl aesthetic.
2. 70’s Disco Queen
Throughout her Say So music video, Doja Cat wears multiple 70’s inspired outfits and hairstyles against an iridescent retro backdrop, reminiscent of a 90’s lava lamp.
3. The 80’s Hip Hop Throwback
Styled by Brett Alan Nelson, Doja Cat sports the green colourway of the Adidas Originals x Ji Won Choi tracksuit. Nelson accessorised the outfit with a white bucket hat and chunky chain, as a statement piece, for her Juicy music video.
Doja Cat exudes edgy-punk confidence in her Boss B*tch video; a single which features on the soundtrack album for blockbuster movie, Harley Quinn: Birds of Prey(2020).
5. Adventures of Doja Elf: The Mythical Creature
With waist-length, white-blonde hair and a soft pastel make-up look, she recently served us ethereal vibes during lockdown via TikTok. Doja Cat’s making it clear she owns the 🧝🧝🧝emoji.