What is the meaning behind Doja Cat’s ‘Balut’ song?

Doja Cat, the 27-year-old artist, is making waves in the music industry with her hit single “Paint the Town Red”. Now, she has released another song from her upcoming album, Scarlet. The fourth song to be released, titled “Balut”, has fans buzzing with excitement.

But what exactly does “balut” mean? According to the Merriam-Webster dictionary, it is a food in the Philippines made from duck eggs that are incubated almost to the point of hatching and then boiled. Could this be what Doja is referring to in her song? We’ll have to wait for her to shed some light on it.

In the song, Doja raps, “It’s like takin’ candy from a baby.” With this catchy line and her signature style, she once again proves why she is a force to be reckoned with in the music industry.

If you’re curious to hear the song for yourself, you can listen to it on iTunes. Just click on this link [insert iTunes link] to get access to the download.

For those who want to dive deeper into the lyrics of “Balut”, we have you covered. Here are the full lyrics:

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With each new release, Doja Cat continues to captivate audiences with her unique sound and style. It’s no wonder she’s dominating the music world right now. Keep an eye out for her album release on September 22nd to see what other surprises she has in store for us.

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