Doja Cat and Nicki Minaj collaborated and made hip-hop history, the pair became the first female rap duo to get on the top of ‘Billboard Hot 100’.
Dojo Cat had released her Hot Pink album in 2019 and fans became obsessed with the track ‘Say So‘. It was even used as a backing track for viral dance routines on TikTok, but it still did not make its way to the top of the charts as hoped for.
Dojo Cat and Nicki Minaj then collaborated on a remix of ‘Say So’ which was released recently. This got everyone excited and many of Dojos and Nicki’s fans pushed to make the track number one on the charts, trending with the hashtag #SaySoRemixParty.
The fans got them there, the song finally moved from number six to number two and for this week they are the number one on the ‘Billboard Hot 100’, which is a huge success for both artists. The song has the biggest sales gain.
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Can’t thank you guys enough for going so hard this past week to help us make history. I saw it all. 🥺 You’ll never understand how much you uplift me with the overwhelming love & support you continue to show. I love you so much. Like so much. So much. 🎈Dear @dojacat, thanks for trusting me with your baby. Hope I lived up to your expectations. You’re so extremely talented & so deserving of this moment. 🎀🎀🎀🎀🎀 what time r u showing ur boobs? Love, Nic 🦄🦄🦄🦄🦄🥴 #SaySoRemix
The music videos can be found on both Dojo Cat and Nicki Minaj’s official YouTube channels, where Doja has an official video, one featuring Nicki Minaj and another one on her live performance. Nicki Minaj has also uploaded a dance visual version on her YouTube channel.
Though they are not the only female duo to make it to the top, like the remix of ‘Savage’ by Megan Thee Stallion’s featuring Beyoncé has also risen on the charts and is number two on the ‘Billboard Hot 100’. Megan and Beyoncé currently have the number one spot on the ‘Hot Rap Songs’ chart for this week.
These women, Doja Cat and Nicki Minaj, Megan Lee Stallion and Beyoncé, showed us what working together can do, they all made hip-hop history. It definitely worked for their fans.
We should never give up, with support and motivation, the top is never too far to reach.