Clip “Vegas”: Doja Cat raises the temperature for the film “Elvis” by Baz Luhrmann (updated)

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Doja Cat changes universe. After “Woman” or “Kiss Me More”, the new American star flew to “Vegas” for the soundtrack of the film “Elvis” by Baz Luhrmann. The singer unveils an urban title on which she winks at the King’s hit “Hound Dog”. The clip more “hot” than ever is to discover on Pure Charts!
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Doja Cat likes to be where you least expect her. The rapper and popstar, who is a hit with her hits “Woman” and “Kiss Me More” , has hinted at the rock part of her universe through her live performances (like at Global Citizen Live in Paris last year) or with a cover of the “Celebrity Skin” of the group Hole for a Taco Bell advertisement unveiled during the Super Bowl. Today, the one that we will find in the first part of The Weeknd’s North American tour still confuses her fans by unveiling “Vegas”, title written for the soundtrack of the film “Elvis”, a biopic about the King’s life directed by Baz Luhrmann. Actor Austin Butler slips into the shoes of the iconic American singer in the feature film that can be seen in theaters from June 22, and the result is stunning according to the director behind “Moulin Red” or “Romeo + Juliet”: “ He plays so well. He is fantastic. There was so much energy and excitement within the cast and crew .”

“You ain’t nothing but a dog? Player, I get it”

While country star Kacey Musgraves will cover “Can’t Help Falling In Love” for the soundtrack of the film “Elvis”, Doja Cat therefore offers a new track that imposes. For “Vegas”, the singer sampled the voice of blues artist Big Mama Thornton, who performed the title “Hound Dog” in 1952 before Elvis Presley reclaimed it four years later with the success he was given. knows. She takes us on a trip under the lights of the Strip, with a more “street” atmosphere which, at first glance, is out of step with the 50’s and rock’n’roll universe of the film. “ You ain’t nothing but a / Dog? Player, I get it / Fraud? Player, I get it / I understand, I understand / You ain’t the man, you ain’she intones on the chorus, fiercer than ever, ready to not let it go.

 Watch Doja Cat’s “Vegas” music video:

“Vegas”, which Doja Cat had already presented during her concerts at the Coachella festival in April, is adorned with a clip in which the singer raises the temperature. And it’s not fans that will cool the room! The star appears there on the stage of a club alongside musicians and an audience visibly won over by her performance and her hips, which therefore leave no one indifferent. Hot in front!

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