Doja Cat has been out on promotional trail pushing her third studio album – Planet Her – since the lead up to its release on June 25.
And on Sunday the singer and rapper thought she’d catch the attention of her 12.5 million Instagram fans and followers by posting a series of photos of herself frolicking in a pool.
In the snaps, the Say So star shows off her womanly curves in a black and blue cross strappy bikini while standing in about three-feet of water.
In the first photo, which was captioned with a few waterdrop emojis, Doja (born Amala Ratna Zandile Dlamini) struck a seductive pose with her arms lifted up and her hands behind her head.
She appears to be squatting down, ever so slightly, in another photo with her hands resting on each of her legs.
The series looks to have been taken in a backyard pool, overlooking a bay in the Miami area, with plenty of parked sailboats in the backdrop.
Doja has been celebrating Planet Her by playing host to record release parties and hitting the stage for some riveting performances.
Most recently she rocked the house at E11EVEN in Miami, Florida over the weekend.
Describing the album’s title as ‘giving divine feminine’, Doja incorporates musical elements from an array of genres, including dancehall, afrobeat, funk and house.
And as a result of that hybrid of music influences, the 25-year-old believes the feel of record has a ‘different kind of vibe’ from song to song.
Of the 14 track, five of them are collaborations with other well-known artists like Ariana Grande, The Weeknd, Young Thug, SZA and JID.
The song Kiss Me More, featuring SZA, was lead single off the album, which reached the top three on the Billboard Hot 100 chart in the United States, Canada, the United Kingdom and Australia.
The collaboration with The Weeknd, You Right, dropped the day the album was released late last month, and has since been followed up with the single Need To Know.
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