The powerhouses welcome you to Planet Her – a place where the vibes are good, and the men are incredibly sexy…
Oh to be a sexy astronaut crash-landing on a tropical paradise far, far away from here – on Planet Her to be specific. The picturesque location is the setting (and title) of Doja Cat’s forthcoming album, introduced by a dreamy collaboration with none other than Wonderland cover star, SZA.
On Planet Her the two icons are tantamount to gods, two beautiful deities clad in sci-fi fits that merge the best Y2K, and NOT Depop’s version Y2K, with the futuristic fashions of the year 3000. The mystery man in question – Nico Kim – paddles his way around the planet in search of alien life, discovering Her’s inhabitants and almost immediately getting caught up in their stylish web.
Ignoring calls to not engage with the planet’s life forms, Kim finds himself before a giant set of lips, picking the fruit of Planet Her’s trees before finding himself trapped in some kind of test tube – but we don’t blame him! We couldn’t resist the temptation of chatting up a big pink version of Doja Cat if we ever found one. As the planet’s leaders debate where their new captee is from – “Eyaarth or something?” – his capture finally unlocks level 69 of their video game, and they can now proceed into the light.
We haven’t got a clue what it all means, aside from the albeit more arresting nod to the story of Adam and Eve, but as long as you can kick back to the gorgeous, tropical rhythms and let the pair’s soft raps envelope you in nothing but good vibes – that’s all that matters, right?