Doja was joined by Tyga and a group of backup dancers, all bringing the Tyson Trax and Yeti Beats-produced remix to life with a fruit-themed aesthetic that calls to mind the official video.
"I really pull from everyone," Doja told Elle earlier this week when discussing her songwriting process. "I'm absorbent. I'm not saying I'm even half as talented or a quarter as talented as any of the people I'm inspired by, but if I hear a beat Busta Rhymes would absolutely kill, I'll use my voice to do a flow similar to his."
That approach—which Doja added contributes to a sound she describes as "very sexually driven, very tongue in cheek, sort of soft but also really, really aggressive"—is certainly apparent on the Hot Pink track "Bottom Bitch."
That track notably sees Doja utilizing a slowed-down sample of the riff from blink-182's "What's My Age Again," taken from the trio's DeLonge era 1999 album Enema of the State. Rico Nasty, notably, makes a cameo in the track's official video.
Hot Pink arrived earlier this month and also features Gucci Mane and Smino. Last year, Doja released her debut studio album Amala, the deluxe version of which featured "Mooo!" and the original version of "Juicy."