https://www.billboard.com/artist/doja-cat/chart-history/hsi/Doja Cat is on an intergalactic search and rescue mission for her cat Starsearch in the music video for her TikTok trending single "Get Into It (Yuh)" as featured on her latest album Planet Her. Barreling through space in her cosmic ship, the singer sits front and center as the commander of a space team, orchestrating and attempting to negotiate for the safe return of her precious cat from kidnappers.
As the video continues, she opts for an outfit change complete with blue hair and an orange jumpsuit as she dances her way onto the evil aliens' space vehicle next to a team of twerking men.
The catchy song, surprisingly, didn't appear on the Billboard Hot 100.
With such pervasive hits also on the album like "Say So," "Kiss Me More" and "You Right" featuring the Weeknd, it comes almost as a shock that the song didn't land a spot on the Billboard Hot 100 chart at any point. The track trended on TikTok quickly after its release and has over 2 million videos made using the sound on the site. Her other song, "Woman" also made the chart, almost cracking the top 50 with its peak position at No. 52 on the list.
Doja Cat previously discussed her working relationship with her producer.
Planet Her, along with other projects in her catalog dating back to 2014, was released under RCA's Kemosabe Records, a sector of the label which is headed by controversial figure Dr. Luke. Luke has been embroiled in a legal battle with singer Kesha for years after she sued him for sexual assault and battery in 2014.
Doja Cat said in her recent Rolling Stone cover story that she and the mega-producer's work relationship isn't as close as it would seem from her music credits.
“I haven’t worked with him in a very long time. A lot of those songs were… There’s s**t that he’s credited for, where I’m like, ‘Hmm, I don’t know, I don’t know if you did anything on that," she told the outlet. “The point is he’s gotten some credit for s**t. And, you know, it’s whatever. I don’t think I need to work with him again. I don’t think I need to work with him in the future. I know that.”
She later clarified her statements via email.
“When asked about Luke I may have said something that someone could interpret as me saying that he had taken credit on things he didn’t deserve to. I just want to be clear that I have no firsthand knowledge of that being the case and I don’t want to participate in the rumor mill. The credits on my music are accurate, and I don’t want to imply anything else.”