Doja Cat changed the new album cover for her next album, “Scarlet,” since it resembles the new album cover of a German metal band.
Everyone has been talking about Doja Cat recently. Additionally, a few days ago, she debuted the cover for her forthcoming single, which startled a few people with its cover. This was primarily due to her style shift in her most recent videos.
Doja has, in fact, totally embraced an uncanny aesthetic that penetrates every aspect of her image, including her music videos and online persona.
Doja Cat recently debuted the cover art for her next album, Scarlet, which featured an unaccompanied purple spider and a little droplet of blood. Artist Dusty Ray was the one who produced the painting.
In July, the album cover for the German metal band Chaver was announced. Like Doja, it included a close-up of a purple spider and a drop of blood, but it also had the name of the band and the album’s title, Of Gloom.
On September 22, both albums will be released by coincidence. The artwork is almost precisely the same as the death metal band Chaser’s album cover for their release on September 22nd album Of Gloom, according to Pop Crave.
Why Did Doja Cat Change Scarlet Album Cover?
The same artist, Dusty Ray, created both covers. In recent months, Doja Cat has released the singles “Attention” and “Paint the Town Red.” “Demons,” the third single, was just released. Despite the lack of a tracklist, these tracks will probably be on the album.
The latter was particularly effective, topping the Hot R&B/Hip Hop Songs chart on Billboard and reaching No. 5 on the Hot 100, giving Doja Cat her third top-five finish.
The Scarlet album artwork was announced by Doja a few days ago, but Chaver unveiled theirs on July 29.
Ironically, both albums are slated to be released on September 22. Doja altered her cover to show two dark brownish spiders that looked to be kissing, one larger than the other but sharing a pearl-like back. This was done in light of the occurrence.
Doja Cat, a GRAMMY-winning international performer, will launch The Scarlet Tour this autumn as part of her first-ever North American Arena tour.
The first of these 24 dates will be October 31 in San Francisco, California. Major North American and American cities will be included on the tour, which will end on December 13 in Chicago, Illinois.