During this euphoric Afrobeats song, Doja Cat addresses a love interest, reminding him how much a woman can provide. She appeals to to him to let her "be your woman," touting herself as a prime example of femininity, especially in the baby-making department.
They wanna pit us against each other When we succeedin' for no reasons They wanna see us end up like we Regina on Mean Girls While not a feminist song per se, Doja touches on how the patriarchy often tries to pit women against each other in workplace situations. She references the 2004 film Mean Girls, saying men want to see successful women fail, such as the character Regina George.
This is the opening track of Doja Cat's Planet Her album. It sets the scene for the rest of the record by paying tribute to the divine feminine and the majesty of womanhood. The singer said the album title isn't a feminist or political statement. Rather, it focuses on relationships on the imaginary Planet Her, for girls. There, according to Doja, "All races of space exist and it's where all species can kind of be in harmony."
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