Doja Cat – You Right Ft. The Weeknd | Stream, Lyrics & Meaning

Two of the hottest artists in the industry working together, and what could go wrong! Doja Cat announced her third single from her 2021 album ‘Planet Her,’ to be a collaboration with The Weeknd. The single, titled “You Right” will be released along with a fire music video.

Doja Cat is releasing her third studio album ‘Planet Her’ on June 25, 2021. Leading up to the album release, she has released two massive singles so far; “Kiss Me More” featuring SZA and “Need to Know.” Another major feature on the album is a track titled “I Don’t Do Drugs” with Ariana Grande.

In a Billboard interview, The Weeknd talked about working with Doja Cat on her new album; “Doja is a star, and has created a unique universe you just want to lose yourself in, she’s got such drive and vast creative vision that we will be seeing her impact for a very long time to come.”

Watch “You Right” Music Video by Doja Cat and The Weeknd


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“You Right” Lyrics Meaning and Song Review

In the song, we hear Doja Cat being torn between two guys. She is already with a man who makes her happy. But there is something about this other guy that makes her crave for him. She knows it will most likely be just a physical endeavor, but the heart wants what the heart wants.

And you right
You right, I got my guy
But I, I can’t help it, I want you

Doja Cat is a grown-up. She knows life is no fairytale where you find your prince charming at the darkest point of your life and turns your life upside-down. But she knows she can dream. She can fantasize about some forbidden treasures.

In the second verse by The Weeknd, he sings that he feels the same way about her. But we also come to know that Doja Cat has been dipping her toes in the unholy waters. The Weeknd sings; “I feel that energy (Oh, yeah) when you’re on top of me.”

The Weeknd knows that Doja Cat is undecided. She is torn between loyalty and a guilty pleasure. The Weeknd knows he holds the aces. He sings how a couple of strokes can make up her mind forever. After all, it’s the Weeknd!

Let us hear what you think about this song and the music video in the comments below. Check out the complete lyrics on Genius.

Adam McDonald

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