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Dua Lipa Calendar 2023

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Dua's promised her next album will still be pop, should her fans 'have a meltdown.' She doesn't want to 'alienate' them but is working on a new sound she explained will be less influenced by the kind of house and disco beats we heard on 'Physical' and 'Hallucinate'. Nearly four years later, the artist’s “Future Nostalgia Tour” launched her success to the next level. Despite postponed and canceled 2020 dates, Lipa wanted the show to go on. She took center stage with choreographed sequences and dream-worthy dance beats. Fans from all over the world, including the US, Latin America, and Europe, witnessed the pop singer up close and personal. Lipa charted new territory with one of the most anticipated tours in 2022 and opened the way for more critical acclaim. More collaborations alongside in-demand artists proved Lipa’s growing fame. “One Kiss” with Calvin Harris eased its way onto British radio waves in 2018, delivering a staple dance club sound. Ultimately, the success of “Electricity” with Mark Ronson and Diplo (aka Silk City) allowed Lipa’s career to take a significant turn. Her signature voice paired well with the record producer duo’s electronic elements. Lipa’s musical versatility shined and laid the groundwork for her highly-anticipated sophomore album, Future Nostalgia. She is, after all, a woman about whom many things have been written who now gets to write the story herself. In the newsletter, this takes the form of a short, paragraph-long editor’s letter. But on the podcast, the third season of which is now running weekly in partnership with the BBC, Lipa’s more present. Before speaking with each of her guests in conversations that can last an hour or longer, she says she does four or five days of research; Lisa Taddeo, a 43-year-old journalist who published the nonfiction sex narrative “Three Women” in 2019, told me the singer was among the most natural interviewers she’s talked to, “impeccably prepared, yet off book in the most conversational way.” What Lipa’s doing is different than journalism, though, if only because, as she admits, she avoids bringing up anything that might make her interviewees uncomfortable. She typically deflects inquiries about herself in favor of gathering advice from her subjects, who seem to open up in these conversations; it’s easy to forget that they’re speaking with another artist rather than any other geekily inquisitive host.

Elsewhere, Lipa went on to claim that the record will be “more personal” but refused to be drawn on the persistent rumor that she is working with Tame Impala’s Kevin Parker on it. The next album will be “more personal,” she offers, but that’s not why she’s doing it. Two days before we’d met for sushi, Lipa had been rewatching “ How Can You Mend a Broken Heart,” the 2020 documentary about the Bee Gees, “just bawling my eyes out,” she says, with her boyfriend, Romain Gavras, a 42-year-old French Greek film director. (Tellingly, her relationship with Gavras is the only thing her publicist asked that I not bring up myself.) In the film, someone talks about “music that just makes your body feel good,” she explains. “Those are the songs I get attached to — that’s the kind of feeling I want to convey.” Already, she’s proved herself adept as a singer in conjuring those sorts of sensations. But as she keeps talking, I notice that the ordinary gesture of recommending a film I haven’t seen is making her feel good, too. “You should definitely watch it,” she says, interrupting her thoughts about her own music. “It’s amazing. I cry every time.” As for the musical direction of Lipa’s latest offering, the article went on to explain that she is experimenting with “1970s-era psychedelia”.But she’s particularly taciturn about the forthcoming album because it’s still in development — a process that’s “insular and exciting,” she says, even if “you have no idea what the reaction is going to be once it’s out, so there’s this nervous feeling” — but also because there’s so much else she prepared to discuss today: not herself, not the music, but the other elements comprising Lipa’s unusual plan for longevity, something she’s been working toward since she was 5, when she used to lead her classmates in schoolyard dance routines. New music came from Dua on 9th November, new single called 'Houdini' which is the first release from her upcoming new album. There was a three-year gap between her debut, Dua Lipa, and her smash hit successor, Future Nostalgia in 2020, so it looks like we'll be waiting a little longer for her next record. Who will feature on Dua Lipa's third album? Saw her future nostalgia tour and I was in the pit. Such a phenomenal performer, everything from vocals to choreo to production was just on point. The energy was magnetic and she does not disappoint at all! Can’t wait for her next era to go see her again. It’s starting to feel good,” the singer told Elton Johnduring an episode of her ‘Service95’ podcast. “It’s starting to take shape. I’m very excited about some of the new songs so it’s always exciting to look forward towards something.”

Service95 represents who Lipa is “behind closed doors,” she says, a space where discussions around trans liberation are as common as those about jewelry and yoga. Though she’s a young, ambitious millennial, the content reflects the very Gen Z belief that all art and culture must be motivated by social justice and that all artists must talk about their ethics and values (at least those deemed palatably progressive) in all contexts and environments. “My intention is never to be political … but there’s a political bent to my existence,” Lipa says. “The easiest thing you can do is just hide away and not have an opinion about anything.” The singer is nevertheless cautious about how she lets her contributors use this microphone. She knows she’s the one who would face repercussions if a problem arose, so she approves every story herself and leads weekly editorial meetings. If it continues to grow, Service95 might one day replace the glossy, feminist-leaning fashion magazines of the 2000s; right now, it’s reminiscent of the chatty, lo-fi publications that the aughts-era blogger Tavi Gevinson offered young fans with “Rookie” before becoming an actress. “I think it’s a marketing tool: How confessional can you be?” she says. “I also don’t put so much of my life out there for people to dig into the music in this weird, analytical way.” Dua is planning to release her third album in 2024, she confirmed in her interview with The New York Times. It comes after Mark Ronson said earlier this year that he had heard Lipa’s third album and hailed it as “incredible.” Dua Lipa is an English singer, songwriter, and model. Her musical career began at age 14, when she began covering songs by other artists on YouTube. In 2015, she was signed with Warner Music Group and released her first single soon after. In December 2016, a documentary about Lipa was commissioned by The Fader magazine, titled See in Blue. In January 2017, Lipa won the EBBA Public Choice Award. Her self-titled debut studio album was released on 2 June 2017. The album spawned seven singles, including two UK top-10 singles "Be the One" and "Idgaf" and the UK number-one single "New Rules", which also reached number six in the US. In 2018, Lipa won two Brit Awards for British Female Solo Artist and British Breakthrough Act.


He said of the new album: “I’ve heard some of it, and it’s incredible.” Discussing the music video for “Dance The Night,” and how it featured a disco ball smashing, he added: “I think that’s why there’s the disco ball that smashes in the video, right? This feels like her triumphant stomp on that era of her music into whatever she does next.” In January 2018, Lipa received nominations in five categories at the 2018 Brit Awards, more nominations than any other artist that year. She was nominated for British Female Solo Artist, British Breakthrough Act, MasterCard British Album of the Year (Dua Lipa), British Single of The Year ("New Rules") and British Video of The Year ("New Rules"). This was the first time that a female artist had received five nominations.[36] She performed at the awards ceremony held on 21 February at the O2 Arena in London and collected the awards for British Female Solo Artist and British Breakthrough Act. Don’t Start Now” was a sneak peek into the musician’s fresh persona. Drawing inspiration from old-school disco and nightclub synth-wave, the single became an undeniable smash. Lipa continued to leave her mark on the charts with the follow-up “Physical.” It was the perfect segue into her Future Nostalgia era.

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