Kiss Me More

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"Kiss Me More"
Doja Cat - Kiss Me More.png
Single by Doja Cat featuring SZA
from the album Planet Her
ReleasedApril 9, 2021 (2021-04-09)
RecordedSeptember 9, 2020 (2020-09-09)[1]
Genre
Length3:28
Label
Songwriter(s)
Producer(s)
Doja Cat singles chronology
"Streets"
(2021)
"Kiss Me More"
(2021)
"Dick"
(2021)
SZA singles chronology
"Good Days"
(2020)
"Kiss Me More"
(2021)
"Just for Me"
(2021)
Music video
"Kiss Me More" on YouTube

"Kiss Me More" is a song by American singer and rapper Doja Cat, featuring American singer SZA, from the former's third studio album Planet Her (2021). The song was released on April 9, 2021, as the album's lead single, through Kemosabe and RCA Records. It was produced by Rogét Chahayed and Yeti Beats, with additional production from Carter Lang and Tizhimself.[2] The song was co-written by the performers themselves, with Kemosabe's label executive Dr. Luke also earning a songwriting credit. It has been described as a disco-influenced pop-rap song.

As it interpolates the chorus from English-Australian singer Olivia Newton-John's 1981 single "Physical", additional co-writing credits on the track go to Steve Kipner and Terry Shaddick. "Kiss Me More" became a number-one song in New Zealand, Mexico, Malaysia and Singapore, and reached the top-five in eighteen countries including Canada, the United Kingdom, Australia and the United States. It is the longest running all-female top 10 hit in the latter's history.[3] The song earned three Grammy nominations for Record of the Year, Song of the Year, and Best Pop Duo/Group Performance.

Background

In early January 2021, Doja Cat revealed that her upcoming studio album features numerous guest appearances, including SZA.[4] On March 5, 2021, the song was first mentioned by SZA in an interview with V.[5] About the song, SZA revealed that it "is a different strut and I'm just excited",[6] while Doja Cat replied by praising SZA, saying "I commend artists, like you, who stick to something".[7] On April 8, 2021, Doja Cat took to social media to reveal the cover art and announce the release of the song for April 9.[8][9][10] In an interview with Zane Lowe for Apple Music, Doja Cat said: "I wanted to make a song about kissing. I just thought it would be cute. That doesn't happen too often, but just a song that's solely about kissing."[11][12]

Composition

"Kiss Me More" is a pop,[13][14][15] pop rap,[16] bubblegum pop,[17] dance-pop[18] and R&B[19] song largely influenced by disco.[20][21] It is composed in 4
4
time
and the key of A-flat major, with a moderately fast tempo of 111 beats per minute (BPM) and a chord progression of B♭m7E♭7–A♭maj7D♭maj7.[22] Doja Cat opens the song with vocals that recall "the gentle airiness of a light breeze", before two crashes of cymbals "act like glue" as they precede the beat drop.[23] The song is "bolstered" by a "sunny, glimmering riff" and both singing and rap verses which critics noted to spotlight Doja Cat as equal parts singer and rapper.[23] It is distinguishable by its slightly distorted signature guitar lead.[24] Lyrical themes include "romance, passion, bold sexual desires, and tenderness all at once".[18] The song's chorus interpolates the melody from Olivia Newton-John's "Physical",[16][25] to which songwriters Steve Kipner and Terry Shaddick are also credited as co-writers.[26]

Reception

Some critics drew resemblance between the song and Doja Cat's breakthrough 2020 hit "Say So".[27][28][19][29] Jon Caramanica of The New York Times wrote that it "mixes the breeze of lite 1980s funk with the bawdiness of 2020s hip-hop, a juggling act that Doja Cat has pioneered, if not trademarked, by now."[30] Justin Cutro of Vulture described it as "a silky, playful R&B jam",[19] while writers at Rolling Stone deemed it a "groovy, disco-inflected jam".[20] Heran Mamo of Billboard wrote that "the slinky, sensual jam will definitely be a summer playlist staple with its groovy bass line".[13] Writing for Nylon, Steffanee Wang described the song as "a mid-tempo pop number with guitar and sticky melodies".[31] Writing for Teen Vogue, Claire Dodson described the song as "excellent" and "a shimmering ode to kissing [...] with a somewhat melancholy underlying melody that contrasts well with that signature soft-disco Doja beat."[32] Anders Hare of Rated R&B wrote that the "sunkissed, bouncy tune [...] features both musical prowesses sensually crooning about embracing the now with their significant others."[33] Doja Cat and SZA's vocals were described as "smooth", "sultry" and "evocative".[34] Jason Lipshutz of Billboard praised the duo's delivery and noted that they "keep their rhymes tight and chorus vocals breathy, but don't mince words".[29] Both the song and its accompanying music video received all-round praise for its dreaminess[19][35][21][12][36] and sensuality.[35][7][37][21][27]

Complex ranked "Kiss Me More" seventh on its mid-year list of the best songs of 2021 and named it one of the most "infectious" songs of the year. Describing it as "light and uptempo" and deeming it "a masterclass in disco-adjacent pop music", they praised Doja Cat's "terrific job balancing singing and rapping over a catchy riff" with her "snappy flow" and "tongue-in-cheek punchlines".[38] Insider crowned "Kiss Me More" the best song on Planet Her and hailed it as "easily one of the best songs released [in 2021]" since "every moment of this song is disarming and brilliant."[39] Brandon Yu of Mic deemed it "the most refined showcase of her many talents thus far".[40] In an album review for Consequence, Carys Anderson agreed that the song "sums up every layer of Doja Cat’s complex celebrity" with its infectious guitar line and chanted refrain, ultimately making it "a summery summation" of the "hyper-feminine, hyper-sexual, hyper-futuristic aesthetic" of Planet Her.[41]

Accolades

Rankings

"Kiss Me More" appeared on many mid-year best-of lists, with several critics identifying it as one best songs of the year so far. The following is a selected list of publications.

Critical rankings for "Kiss Me More"
Publication Accolade Rank Ref.
Amazon Music Best Songs of 2021 So Far 28 [42]
The A.V. Club The best songs of 2021 so far 5 [43]
Billboard The 50 Best Songs of 2021 So Far 21 [44]
Capital Xtra The best R&B songs of 2021 so far Placed [45]
Complex The Best Songs of 2021 (So Far) 7 [38]
Cosmopolitan 15 Best Summer Songs of 2021 2 [46]
Esquire The 20 Best Songs of 2021 (So Far) Placed [47]
Genius 25 Best Songs of 2021 So Far 5 [48]
Marie Claire The 20 Best Love Songs of 2021 (So Far) Placed [49]
NPR Best Songs of Summer 2021 Placed [50]
Refinery29 Best Songs of Summer 2021 Placed [51]
The Ringer The Best Songs of 2021 (So Far) 4 [52]
Uproxx The Best Songs Of 2021 So Far Placed [53]
USA Today Best songs of 2021 so far Placed [54]

Industry awards

Awards and nominations for "Kiss Me More"
Year Organization Award Result Ref(s)
2021 American Music Awards Collaboration of the Year Won
[55]
Favorite Pop/Rock Song Nominated
MTV Millennial Awards Global Hit of the Year Nominated [56]
MTV Video Music Awards Video of the Year Nominated [57]
Best Collaboration Won
Urban Music Awards Best Collaboration Nominated [58]
MTV Millennial Awards Brazil International Collaboration Nominated [59]
MTV Europe Music Awards Best Song Nominated
[60]
Best Video Nominated
Best Collaboration Won
Grammy Awards Record of the Year Pending
[61]
Song of The Year Pending
Best Pop Duo/Performance Pending

Music video

Doja Cat (right, next to SZA) plays a video game mimicking the seductive journey towards the aliens' lair on Planet Her, which has a display of trapped male astronauts in the background.[27][31]

The music video was filmed in March 2021, directed by Warren Fu.[62] It premiered the same day as the single.[63] It features an astronaut (played by American actor Alex Landi)[64][65] who crash-lands and explores the fictional "Planet Her", where Doja Cat and SZA portray seductive aliens who "provide soulful ambiance to his journey." At the end, he wakes up in a glass tube displayed among a collection of other men who have tried to explore the planet before him.[66][27][7][67][31]

Emlyn Travis of MTV praised the music video, describing Planet Her as "a mysterious, flourishing world filled with glittering oases, calming zen gardens, pastel sunset skies, and blossoming cherry trees that is ruled by two larger-than-life queens".[66] Meaghan Garvey of Billboard noted that the video is "bathed in pastel hues and high-femme futurism, and while it's over-the-top sexy, it still ends with Doja and SZA cracking each other up while playing a video game in a galaxy far, far away. "[68] Erica Gonzales of Harper's Bazaar described the video as a "fantastical" one that "only their creative minds could pull off."[21] Jem Aswad of Variety deemed it "trippy",[27] while Jackson Langford of NME described it as "sensual sci-fi".[7] Mekishana Pierre of Entertainment Tonight noted that it was "as playful and sugary-sweet as the track itself".[37] Trishna Rikhy of V wrote: "A celestial visual and sonic experience, the hints of surrealism Doja Cat constantly threads through her videos still lingers".[34] John Wohlmacher of Beats Per Minute noted that the fact that these "playful goddesses" were more interested in videogames than men shows just how clever the thematic approach to Planet Her was.[24]

Live performances

Doja Cat performed a solo version of "Kiss Me More" for the first time at Triller's inaugural Fight Club event in April 2021.[69] Doja Cat and SZA performed the song together at the 2021 Billboard Music Awards in May 2021.[70] Doja Cat again performed a solo version of the song within a medley at the 2021 iHeartRadio Music Awards later that month.[71] During a solo virtual concert as part of American Express's "Unstaged" campaign, SZA performed her verse from the song as well as the chorus usually sung by Doja Cat.[72] She performed it in the same manner during a solo virtual concert as part of Grey Goose's "In Dream" campaign.[73]

Credits and personnel

Credits adapted from Tidal and the Planet Her liner notes.[26][74]

  • Doja Cat – lead vocals, songwriting
  • SZA – featured artist, songwriting
  • Yeti Beats – songwriting, production
  • Rogét Chahayed – songwriting, production
  • Tizhimself – songwriting, additional production
  • Carter Lang – songwriting, additional production
  • Dr. Luke – songwriting
  • Stephen Kipner – songwriting, interpolation
  • Terry Shaddick – songwriting, interpolation
  • Joe Visciano – engineering
  • John Hanes – engineering
  • Serban Ghenea – mixing
  • Mike Bozzi – mastering
  • Chad Knight – cover art

Charts

Certifications

Certifications for "Kiss Me More"
Region Certification Certified units/sales
Australia (ARIA)[138] 3× Platinum 210,000double-dagger
Austria (IFPI Austria)[139] Gold 15,000double-dagger
Brazil (Pro-Música Brasil)[140] 2× Platinum 80,000double-dagger
Denmark (IFPI Danmark)[141] Platinum 90,000double-dagger
France (SNEP)[142] Platinum 200,000double-dagger
Italy (FIMI)[143] Gold 35,000double-dagger
New Zealand (RMNZ)[144] 2× Platinum 60,000double-dagger
Norway (IFPI Norway)[145] 2× Platinum 120,000double-dagger
Poland (ZPAV)[146] Gold 10,000double-dagger
Portugal (AFP)[147] Platinum 10,000double-dagger
Spain (PROMUSICAE)[148] Platinum 40,000double-dagger
Switzerland (IFPI Switzerland)[149] Gold 10,000double-dagger
United Kingdom (BPI)[150] Platinum 600,000double-dagger
Streaming
Greece (IFPI Greece)[151] Gold 1,000,000dagger
Sweden (GLF)[152] Platinum 8,000,000dagger

double-dagger Sales+streaming figures based on certification alone.
dagger Streaming-only figures based on certification alone.

Release history

Release dates and formats for "Kiss Me More"
Region Date Format Label Ref.
Various April 9, 2021 (2021-04-09)
Australia Contemporary hit radio Sony
United States April 13, 2021 (2021-04-13) Rhythmic contemporary radio
Contemporary hit radio
Russia April 15, 2021 (2021-04-15) Sony
Italy April 16, 2021 (2021-04-16) Sony Music Italy [157]
United States May 17, 2021 (2021-05-17) Adult contemporary radio
  • Kemosabe
  • RCA

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