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Pop - Released March 27, 2020 | Warner Records

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With her album Future Nostalgia, Dua Lipa perfectly summed up what pop was becoming: a playground more and more quickly digesting the global sound system, in commercial shackles thanks to rapidly changing musical consumption, to be sublimated and taken out on all sides. Besides, isn't that what British music has always done? Originally from London, the singer released a deluxe version of Future Nostalgia, entitled Moonlight Edition, adding eight tracks to the original, including the single We’re Good, along with songs released earlier in 2020 like the single version of her duet with DaBaby, Levitating. Those additions give Future Nostalgia a more rap-oriented accent, less rooted in synthetic disco, namely the duet with American rapper J.I.D. entitled Not My Problem, is the highlight of this reissue. © Brice Miclet/Qobuz
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Pop - Released June 2, 2017 | Warner Records

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Pop - Released February 11, 2021 | Warner Records

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Pop - Released October 29, 2020 | Warner Records

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Pop - Released October 31, 2019 | Warner Records

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Pop - Released August 28, 2020 | Warner Records

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When her sophomore album, Future Nostalgia, was greeted with overwhelming acclaim at the start of 2020, English pop diva Dua Lipa decided to gift fans with a bonus remix LP, Club Future Nostalgia. With American electronic artist the Blessed Madonna at the helm, the disco-kissed pop perfection of the original receives a sweaty, thumping update in the form of an extended DJ mix. Seamlessly throbbing from track to track, the set revisits each of the impeccably produced songs from Future Nostalgia, sometimes improving them ("Boys Will Be Boys") and other times not quite hitting the highs that the crew targeted, like on the Madonna and Missy Elliot update of "Levitating." The Blessed Madonna goes deep on "Hallucinate" with Mr. Fingers and Paul Woolford and on "Pretty Please" with Midland and Masters at Work, which offer the most interesting takes on the album. Unreleased session cuts "Love Is Religion" and "That Kind of Woman" make their official debuts here, both highlights in their own right. The former, a joyous romp that soars during the choir-backed chorus, could have been a single, while the latter gets Stuart Price's Jacques Lu Cont treatment as a pulsing gem that's woven with Stevie Nicks' "Stand Back." Additional surprises pop up elsewhere in the mix, bringing samples by Jamiroquai ("Canned Heat") and Neneh Cherry ("Buffalo Stance") to the party alongside guest vocalists Gwen Stefani and Blackpink and producers Yaeji and Mark Ronson. Like the original, this is a nonstop party. However, without the boundaries of an official studio release, Club Future Nostalgia transforms Dua's party for one into a full-on collaborative celebration. While first-timers to this era would be best served listening to the parent album first, existing fans who can't get enough of that LP will find Club Future Nostalgia to be an absolute blast. © Neil Z. Yeung /TiVo
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Pop - Released October 25, 2018 | Warner Records

With the confidence and determination of a seasoned vet, English-Albanian singer/songwriter Dua Lipa crafted a delightful collection of catchy pop gems where the songs only serve to highlight her vocal prowess. Lithe enough to avoid production overkill and containing just enough substance to nourish, Dua Lipa arrived after years of studio time and six big singles (three of which became U.K. Top 40 hits). The album is front-loaded with those highlights, creating a rush of dancefloor intensity with "Hotter Than Hell," "Be the One," "Blow Your Mind (Mwah)," and the duet with Miguel, "Lost in Your Light." The second half of the LP shines an extra spotlight on Lipa's voice, which, to some extent, can echo the control and power of Adele and Sia. "Garden" is a sweeping, soulful number that does just that, combining the dramatics of a slow-burning Sia ballad with Adele's delivery. "No Goodbyes" is another emotional journey, one of the handful of absolutely yearning and pained confessions from Lipa's broken heart. The acoustic R&B "Thinking 'Bout You" smolders, a lovelorn lament that finds Lipa exhausting her chemical outlets in an attempt to forget a past romance. In a similar vein, "New Rules" is all house-inflected shine, a cautionary list that cleverly warns "if you're under him, you're not over him." In addition to Miguel, a pair of other guests contribute additional highlights. The MNEK-produced kiss-off "IDGAF" is a cheeky, Ed Sheeran-esque singalong that provides a perfect anthem for anyone who has ever been burned by love. "Homesick" -- written by Chris Martin -- could be a direct sequel to Coldplay's 2016 single "Everglow." The delicate ballad reveals Lipa's vulnerability and softness, the defenses of studio production stripped away, leaving only Lipa, Martin, and a twinkling piano. Such exposure isn't found elsewhere on the rest of the album, which is mostly concerned with self-empowerment and Lipa's refreshingly defiant attitude. It's moments like this one that strike such a satisfying balance on Dua Lipa, an excellent first effort from a budding pop star. © Neil Z. Yeung /TiVo
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Pop - Released January 30, 2020 | Warner Records

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Pop - Released March 25, 2020 | Warner Records

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Pop - Released December 8, 2017 | Warner Records

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Pop - Released June 2, 2017 | Warner Records

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Pop - Released January 6, 2017 | Dua Lipa Limited

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Pop - Released February 11, 2021 | Warner Records

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Note : The last track "Un Día (One Day)" is not available in 24-bit, you should download the album through your Qobuz application for PC / Mac.With her album Future Nostalgia, Dua Lipa perfectly summed up what pop was becoming: a playground more and more quickly digesting the global sound system, in commercial shackles thanks to rapidly changing musical consumption, to be sublimated and taken out on all sides. Besides, isn't that what British music has always done? Originally from London, the singer released a deluxe version of Future Nostalgia, entitled Moonlight Edition, adding eight tracks to the original, including the single We’re Good, along with songs released earlier in 2020 like the single version of her duet with DaBaby, Levitating. Those additions give Future Nostalgia a more rap-oriented accent, less rooted in synthetic disco, namely the duet with American rapper J.I.D. entitled Not My Problem, is the highlight of this reissue. © Brice Miclet/Qobuz
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Pop - Released November 24, 2017 | Warner Records

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Pop - Released January 10, 2020 | Warner Records

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Pop - Released October 30, 2015 | Dua Lipa Limited

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Film Soundtracks - Released April 12, 2019 | Warner Records

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Pop - Released June 2, 2017 | Warner Records

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Pop - Released December 13, 2019 | Warner Records

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