SZA and Doja Cat END Nicki and Ice Spice

SZA and Doja Cat END Nicki and Ice Spice

Hey, what’s up, everyone? Welcome back to my channel, where we spill the tea on the hottest music news and gossip. Today, we have a juicy topic to discuss: SZA and Doja Cat END Nicki and Ice Spice?? Yes, you heard that right. The two queens of R&B and pop have teamed up for a new song that is taking the internet by storm. And it seems like they are throwing some major shade at their rivals, Nicki Minaj and Ice Spice. Here are some reasons why:

– The song is called “Kiss Me More”, which is a clear reference to Nicki’s hit “Kiss Me Harder”. But while Nicki’s song is about begging for love, SZA and Doja’s song is about being confident and playful with their lovers. They are basically saying that they don’t need to beg for anything, because they have it all.
– The lyrics of the song are full of subtle and not-so-subtle digs at Nicki and Ice Spice. For example, SZA sings “All on my tongue, I want it” and “Can you kiss me more? We’re so young, boy, we ain’t got nothing to lose”, which are obvious jabs at Nicki’s signature rap style and her relationship with her husband Kenneth Petty, who is much older than her and has a criminal record. Doja also raps “He want a taste of the cookie, it’s cookie season / He want a bite of the booty, it’s booty-eatin’ season”, which is a direct response to Ice Spice’s diss track “Cookie Monster”, where she called Doja a fake rapper and accused her of stealing her style.
– The music video of the song is a masterpiece of shade. It features SZA and Doja as aliens who crash-land on a planet full of attractive men. They seduce one of them, played by Grey’s Anatomy star Alex Landi, and take him to their spaceship, where they put him in a simulation pod and collect his memories. The video ends with them tossing his pod into a pile of other pods, implying that they have done this to many other men before. The video is a clear parody of Nicki’s sci-fi themed videos, such as “Starships” and “Super Bass”, where she portrays herself as an alien queen. It also mocks Ice Spice’s obsession with men and sex, as well as her low-budget videos that often feature cheap props and costumes.

So, what do you think? Are SZA and Doja Cat really ending Nicki and Ice Spice with their new song? Or are they just having some fun and making good music? Let me know in the comments below, and don’t forget to like this video and subscribe to my channel for more tea. See you next time!

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