Doja Cat & The Weeknd Unleash “You Right” Music Video
Doja Cat just released her third album, Planet Her. Following the lead single, “Kiss Me More” with SZA, the second single from the album is “You Right” with The Weeknd. This is the second collaboration between the two, following last summer’s remix of “In Your Eyes.”
“You Right” is an atmospheric song that sounds dreamy and angelic. Doja Cat sings the first verse sweetly, but on the chorus, the rasp in her voice adds some edge. The Weeknd comes in on the second verse, crooning as gently as Doja Cat does. As with their previous collaboration, their voices work beautifully together here. Lyrically, “You Right” is about being a relationship but desiring another person. Doja Cat struggles with being loyal to her boyfriend versus going after this other guy. For his part, The Weeknd expresses his desire to steal her away in his verse.
The single version of the song, at only three minutes, feels a bit too short. Luckily, on the deluxe edition of Planet Her, fans can hear an extended version of “You Right.” It features an additional verse from Doja Cat – the original second verse, before The Weeknd was added to the song. This extended version is one minute longer than the single version of the song, filling out the track perfectly.
In the music video, Doja Cat appears like a Greek goddess in a heavenly palace. Her hairstyle and other imagery acknowledges her zodiac sun sign, Libra. Later, she falls from the clouds to an Earthly home, where her boyfriend plays video games by her side. But she’s still dreaming of another man. The Weeknd appears in the stars then, pouring water from a jug, symbolizing his own sign, Aquarius. It’s a great video visually.
Watch the music video for “You Right” below:
“You Right” appears on Doja Cat’s new album, Planet Her, out now. You can stream or buy the album from all the major music providers here. Note that the deluxe edition comes with a second, longer version of “You Right.”
More From Doja Cat
Planet Her, Doja Cat’s third album, came out today. It was preceded by the single “Kiss Me More” with SZA. The song “Need To Know” also got a music video. Check out the album’s full tracklisting here:
- Payday (feat. Young Thug)
- Get Into It (Yuh)
- Need To Know
- I Don’t Do Drugs (feat. Ariana Grande)
- Love To Dream
- You Right (with The Weeknd)
- Been Like This
- Options (feat. JID)
- Ain’t Shit
- Kiss Me More (feat. SZA)
- You Right (Extended) [with The Weeknd]
- Up And Down
- Tonight (feat. Eve)
- Why Why (feat. Gunna)
More From The Weeknd
Last year, The Weeknd released his acclaimed album, After Hours. In addition to the singles “Heartless,” “Blinding Lights,” and “In Your Eyes,” The Weeknd also shared the title track as a promo single, performed the ballad “Scared To Live” on SNL, and shared music videos for “Until I Bleed Out,” “Snowchild,” and “Too Late.”
The Weeknd has also shared numerous remixes of his After Hours songs. In May 2020 he remixed “Blinding Lights” with Chromatics; it was one of five remixes on his After Hours (Remixes) EP. He later offered two remixes of “In Your Eyes”: one featuring Doja Cat and, more recently, one with Kenny G. Last December, The Weeknd and Spanish singer Rosalía teamed up for a remix of “Blinding Lights.” Finally, just two months ago, Ariana Grande joined him on a remix of “Save Your Tears.”
Last summer, The Weeknd’s single with the late Juice WRLD, “Smile,” came out. We also got “Over Now,” a song he did with Calvin Harris. At the end of October, Ariana Grande released her latest album, Positions. The Weeknd joined her on the song “Off The Table,” their second of three collaborations together. In early November, The Weeknd teamed up with Maluma for a remix of “Hawái.”
Enjoy Doja Cat and The Weeknd’s new song “You Right” and its music video. Be sure to listen to all of Planet Her today! If you want more from this duo, also revisit The Weeknd and Doja Cat’s “In Your Eyes” remix from last summer. Keep checking back here for all the latest music news.
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