The highly anticipated “Elvis” biopic sees Doja Cat delivering the visuals for her single off the movie soundtrack.
Coachella was the first place where fans heard the new single in May, but now listeners can check out the visuals behind the song. Doja Cat‘s “Vegas” was officially released. The track has found inclusion on the soundtrack to Baz Luhrmann’s Elvis biopic. We reported on the single when it was released just about a month ago, but this week, Doja and Co. returned with a visual to accompany the song.
If it sounds familiar, it’s because “Vegas” interpolates “Hound Dog”—not Elvis Presley’s version, but the original grittier release gifted to the world by rock ‘n’ roll legend Big Mama Thornton back in 1952. Presley would go on to take the track and make it his own, and it would become one of his most recognizable, popular hits until this day.
Aside from Doja Cat’s addition to the soundtrack, other artists who have lent their talents to the record include Jazmine Sullivan, Tame Impala, Eminem, CeeLo Green, and more. Watch the visual to Doja Cat’s “Vegas” and let us know what you think.