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NEW YORK, NEW YORK - SEPTEMBER 12: Doja Cat speaks onstage during the 2021 MTV Video Music Awards at Barclays Center on September 12, 2021 in the Brooklyn borough of New York City.

Doja Cat says that too many collaborations on an album could be a bad thing… even though she appreciates all of the artists that featured on her latest project Plant Her.

During a chat with EXTRA, former Bachelorette Rachel Lindsay asked the singer-rapper about her dream collabs and the artist revealed that she is planning on being more careful with who she aligns with.

“I have been trying to be more careful about who I’m collaborating with,” she said per HotNewHipHop. “Not to say that the people on my album are—they’re incredible. They are the perfect features, but I do want to be more choosy about what I’m doing because I feel like a lot of features are coming out and it feels like people are just getting on each other’s songs for the sake of having them on each other’s songs.”

“I want to be really careful about that. Sometimes it’s too much collabs and remixes and things like that.”

Doja recently partnered up with Young Thug, Ariana Grande, The Weeknd, SZA, and JID on her latest project.

What do you think about having a lot of collabs on an album?

Watch the full interview below with Doja and Lindsay below:

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