Dua Lipa, the queen of melting-pop who conquers the world with her new album ‘Radical Optimism’

Dua Lipa, the queen of melting-pop who conquers the world with her new album ‘Radical Optimism’
Dua Lipa, the queen of melting-pop who conquers the world with her new album ‘Radical Optimism’

Dua Lipathe 28-year-old British prodigy, unveils her third album “Radical Optimism“, carried by an emblematic single ” Houdini “. Strong in 7 Brit Awards And 3 Grammysthe artist has a series of successful collaborations with music stars, such as his featuring with Sean Paul which allowed him to explore Jamaican sounds.

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Dua Lipa continues to expand his impressive discography with duos of choicelike his featuring with Miguel on the title “ Lost in your Eyes“, which appealed to fans of R&B.

The singer has built one of the most intelligent and coherent careers in the current musical landscape. With its multiple featurings, from Miguel to Sean Paul and even through Elton John.

having seduced R&B lovers and fans of Jamaican music, the artist is now teaming up with the star of rap Pop Smoke on the title “ Demeanor“.

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Dua Lipa is also illustrated on the Barbie movie soundtrack and collaborates with the French-speaking singer Angela on the title “ Fever“, once again demonstrating its ability to appeal to ever-larger audiences.

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