SZA‘s “Kill Bill” was the anthem of fall, winter, and even the official song of TikTok and Instagram Reels. Now, it seems that the song is set to be the track of spring as well, with the release of Doja Cat and SZA’s highly-anticipated remix of the hit single.
The remix opens with Doja’s melancholic flow as she sings, “I’m in a funk, so I bought a bouquet of roses/ And cut ’em up at your doorstep, your new neighborhood is gorgeous.” However, the lyrics soon take a darker turn as the song’s theme of ex-lovers takes over. “It happened in a flash when she charged at me/ Y’all criss-crossed, saw her fall to the floor/ Then you paused there in horror, but that shot wasn’t for her.”
For Doja, the remix marks an exciting evolution in her artistic shift towards rap. In a tweet earlier this month, the artist expressed her disinterest in making pop music, stating, “pop isn’t exciting to me anymore, I don’t want to make it.” She plans to focus more on rap for her next project cycle, adding that she’s aware that some of her rap verses have been criticized as “mid and corny.” However, she also assured fans that she already talks her “shit” in her album.
Doja’s upcoming album has been a topic of conversation on her Twitter page for the past week, leaving fans eagerly awaiting its release. The remix of “Kill Bill” with SZA is just a taste of what’s to come from the talented artist.
Doja Cat and SZA remix of “Kill Bill” is everything fans expected and more. It’s an exciting development for Doja, who is shifting her artistic focus towards rap. With her upcoming album on the horizon, fans are sure to be in for a treat.