Doja Cat was playing a prank when she claimed she was releasing an album influenced by 90s German rave.
The “Kiss Me More” singer recently told an interviewer that she’s “very into this German ’90s rave vibe right now and it’s really fun.”
She also said it was “kind of a hint” of what to expect from 2021’s “Planet Her” follow-up.
However, she has now taken to social media to correct her own claims and told her fans that the LP would be a “purely R’n’B” record with “no rapping at all”.
She tweeted: “I’m not making a German rave culture album, guys. I was pranking the outlet who interviewed me about it.
Doja said that while several artists have embraced electronic influences — such as Drake on “Honestly, Nevermind” and Beyonce on “Renaissance” — it’s something she’s always been in love with.
She added: “I know it’s kind of the trend right now, but I loved this stuff when I was a kid and now that I can express it (obviously I couldn’t buzz my head and wearing a furry bra and having a navel piercing at the time), I’m kind of embracing that.
“It’s kind of an allusion to the album. Rave culture, not house.”
The “Say So” singer – who has yet to officially announce her next album – also revealed that she is currently having a studio built at her home, but for now is working elsewhere.
She said: “There are studios I go to; my friends have studios. I’m building a studio right now in my house and I’m really excited about it.
“But it’s going to take a bit of time, so for now I have to go to some places.”
Doja also previously stated that the album would be “mostly rap”.
She explained, “I’ve been rapping since the beginning, and I couldn’t even sing that well at first – I got a lot better. “I use my voice as a tool to create these worlds, and it’s okay if the people think I can’t rap.