Doja Cat has cemented her place as a pop mainstay over the past couple of years with numerous hits and mainstream appeal, boasting an infectious and overly versatile vocal style. Now, she has just released her latest album Planet Her, with the Deluxe version clocking in at 19 tracks, that feature performances from Young Thug, Ariana Grande, The Weeknd, JID, Eve, Gunna and SZA, who appears on the album’s lead single “Kiss Me More.” In a pre-release interview with SZA for V Magazine, Doja Cat stated that the album gives off “divine feminine” energy. Since it’s impossible for such a massive album to come to life without a large crew of talented producers, we decided to showcase our favourite Planet Her contributors down below.
Production credits on “Woman,” “Been Like This,” “Ain’t Shit,” “Alone,” “Kiss Me More” and “Up And Down”
Yeti Beats is credited as the executive producer for Planet Her, with his relationship with Doja Cat spanning back to 2013. Yeti Beats has executively produced all of Doja’s 3 albums so far, while he is also her tour DJ and co-manager.
Production credits on “Payday,” “Get Into It (Yuh),” “I Don’t Do Drugs,” “Options” and “Why Why”
Y2K kickstarted his career producing electronic music, yet got his big break after producing bbno$’s viral hit “Lalala” back in 2019. He has worked alongside the likes of Yung Bans, KILLY, lil aaron, Yung Gravy and many more.
Production credits on “Naked,” “Love To Dream” and “Ain’t Shit”
A Grammy Award-winning producer, otherwise known as The Arcade, Kurtis McKenzie’s production credits include songs with Iggy Azalea, Maroon 5, G-Eazy, Selena Gomez, Joji, Migos, Khalid, Childish Gambino and more, as well as songs like “Cookie Jar” off Doja Cat’s 2018 debut album Amala. According to an interview with VST company Output, he is responsible for 25 million single sales worldwide.
Production credits on “Get Into It (Yuh)” and “I Don’t Do Drugs”
Sully is an artist/producer based in Toronto, who just landed his first major placement on Planet Her, producing “Get Into It (Yuh)” and “I Don’t Do Drugs” alongside Y2K. Little is currently known about them as they seem to be keeping things mysterious for now, we sure hope to hear more from them in the future however.
Production credits on “Love To Dream“
Sid Mallick is a 19 year old producer from Sydney, Australia. He has co-produced Juice WRLD’s “Stay High,” as well as worked alongside the likes of Ghanaian-Australian rapper Manu Crooks and Colombian singer ¿Téo?.
Production credits on “Been Like This,” “Ain’t Shit,” “Imagine,” and “Kiss Me More”
Tizhimself’s production credits mostly include Doja Cat, he has however also co-written and produced for Kanye West, A$AP Rocky and Denzel Curry. He started working with Doja Cat back in 2018 with “Roll With Us.”
The full list of producers who worked on Planet Her includes Aaron Bow, Al Shux, Carter Lang, Digi, Doja Cat, Dr. Luke, Khaled Rohaim, Kurtis McKenzie, Linden Jay, Mayer Hawthorne, Mike Hector, Rogét Chahayed, Sully, Tizhimself, Troy Nōka, Y2K and Yeti Beats.