Dua Lipa is a name that will go down in history alongside some of the biggest names in the entertainment industry. Her stunning rise to fame in 2015 was but the start of her blossoming career, and since then she has seen international stardom on unparalleled levels with few peers who can compare.
In fact, in 2020 she was awarded a “Powerhouse Award” by Billboard for her massively successful radio presence and music sales over the years. 2021 however, will apparently be graced with her return to touring after a long hiatus.
Dua has consistently made headlines for her creative adaptions of classic rifts and sounds from decades past while incorporating her husky voice paired with catchy pop vibes.
Her upcoming single called “We’re Good” is set to premiere very soon, and tour dates have already been released as shown in her latest video on Instagram!
Surprisingly, one of the frames in the video shows a closeup of a lobster that fans are finding really fun. The tour, her look, and her next single is raising big publicity for her right now.
Here are some of the comments left by viewers who are ecstatic for the new launch, and who love the video she posted!
“We’re so excited ?✨” (Commentator) “she will save 2021” (Commentator) “I can’t wait anymore ??” (Commentator) “That Lobster tho lol” (Commentator) “That looked good… Let’s go” (Commentator) “ONT DO THIS TO ME DUA, MY HEART IS WEAK” (Commentator) “hooly sh*t!!! dua you look amazing and this sounds so good!!! can’t wait!!! ?❤️” (Commentator) “thank you for giving us everything ❤️” (Commentator)
Dua was incredibly grateful for her recent album successes. She shared with the press that she recognized how her market success was the reason that she was able to collaborate with other popular artists who remixed her songs, like “Levitating”.
“I still have that childlike excitement when working with my idols,” she told the media. “And I guess that’s just one of the things I’m so grateful for: The way the album was received is the reason why that door was open.”
Dua wasn’t always confident in her music either, she had doubts about several of her songs, but her crew assured her that it sounded good and that it would perform well on the music charts.
“I was worried that ‘Don’t Start Now’ was too Euro-disco and wouldn’t work at U.S. radio. And Mike Chester, [executive vp promotion] at Warner Records, said, ‘Don’t worry: The whole reason I love this song is that it’s fresh, and it’s going to change the face of U.S. radio.’”