During her first performance at Coachella, Doechii gives a sneak peek of his new track “Pacer.”
Fans from all over the globe flocked to Indio, California, for the first weekend of Coachella 2023 in order to get a glimpse of their favourite musicians and actors. Bad Bunny, Blackpink, and Frank Ocean were among the performers that stole the show at this year’s festival, and we can’t deny the charm of Doe as well.
Doechii Plays A Sneak Peek of PACER
As one of the most buzzed-about up-and-coming performers in the business, Doe had her first performance at Coachella this past weekend. She is considered to be one of the most promising young musicians.
She was born in Tampa and is now a member of Top Dawg Entertainment’s roster. She was able to build up a significant amount of momentum in 2022 because to her hit “Crazy” and the “Persuasive” remix, which included her fellow labelmate SZA.
After that, both tracks were included on the “she/her/black b*tch” EP that she released in August.
During her performance, she also proceeded to surprise the audience by playing some songs that had not yet been published. She gave the audience a sneak peek of her new track “Pacer” as she was excitedly dancing on stage to it with her backup dancers.
Doechii is so fucking pretty. pic.twitter.com/afyOVOgIMQ
— 𝐒𝐀𝐃𝐁𝐎𝐘 🧑🏾🚀🪐 (@saidtheSADBOY) April 15, 2023
DJ Miss Milan, who also DJs for Saweetie and did an excellent job of getting the Coachella audience interested, was Doechii’s DJ. DJ Miss Milan also DJs for Saweetie.
Nevertheless, it is still unknown when Doe would proceed to release the Pacer song that she has been working on. Nonetheless, the reception it received from fans at Coachella was quite positive, suggesting that it may be released very soon.
More About Her
Jaylah Ji’mya Hickmon was born on August 14, 1998. She is an American rapper and singer who goes by the stage name Doechii.
All the Places You’ll Go, her first extended play, was released in 2020, and in 2021, the song “Yucky Blucky Fruitcake” became an enormous hit on TikTok, propelling her to the forefront of the music scene.
She got a recording contract with Top Dawg Entertainment and Capitol Records in 2022, and with both companies, she released her second extended play, titled She/Her/Black Bitch.
She has been put in the running for an MTV Video Music Award in addition to two Soul Train Music Award nominations. She was honoured with the Emerging Star Award presented by Billboard Women in Music in the year 2023.