Doja Cat will accompany Elvis Presley on the movie ELVIS thanks to her song Vegas, which will be part of the movie’s soundtrack. The production starring Austin Butler and Tom Hanks will be released later this month, but in the meantime, Vegas already has an official music video with which she has surprised her fans.
Vegas already premiered during the presentation of Doja Cat in the 2022 edition of Coachella, and it is a song that the artist has taken completely to his field and is expected to be a hit this summer. In addition, the release of the videoclip has coincided with the participation of Doja Cat in Twelve Carat Toothache, the new and fourth studio album by Post Malone where she collaborates in I Like You (A Happier Song).
The videoclip starring the artist herself has already become a success, and in less than 71 hours has accumulated more than three million views on YouTube and has become trends on various platforms and social networks worldwide.
The videoclip has a very neat aesthetic, where Doja Cat gets completely into the theme, atmosphere and climate of the movie ELVIS. In the videoclip, the artist also demonstrates her incredible versatility, as she is able to adapt and put her unique touch to any musical style she sets her mind to.
In addition, the song has a very personal connection with the movie because it interpolates the song Hound Dog by Big Mama Thornton published in 1952, and it is worth mentioning that this song was later covered by Elvis Presley. It is because of this that critics thought it would be a challenge for the rapper, as she had to pair a song that was part of Elvis‘ history with modern music and also try not to lose her own touch in the attempt. Now, following the release of the music video, the critics have once again risen up to say that Doja Cat has more than met the challenge.
Once again, the American artist proves that she is capable of surpassing herself and mastering any musical style. No wonder that music platforms, experts and her own fans consider her one of the top artists of our century.