Doja Cat recently released a music video for “Agora Hills,” the latest single from her fourth studio album, Scarlet, which arrived last Friday (September 22).
Hanna Lux Davis and Doja co-directed the visual, which was shot in Pomona, California, and Koreatown in Los Angeles.
Doja’s “estranged dreams come to life in a home-movie style video mixed with apocalyptic vibes,” says a press release. Davis describes “Agora Hills” as “disconcertingly hot; shot in a liminal space and featuring a variety of versions of Doja herself embodying her different styles and personalities.”
The video features Doja in several unique outfits, hanging with friends at a dystopian mall setting, as well as sitting on a sign that says “Agora Hills.”
“Front seat chillin with the window down / I be ten toes down on the dash, getting fast food / Hope you can handle the heat / Put your name in the streets / Get used to my fans looking at you,” Doja raps on the track.
(Photo: Jacob Webster)
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