Maxim Meyer-Horn

1 Nov

Dua Lipa Turns Us On with Comeback Single ‘Don’t Start Now’

Dua Lipa has been teasing her return for weeks now and the day has finally come. The first single of her long-awaited second album was in the works for a longtime, but all the waiting was totally worth it. The British singer became one of the biggest pop stars on the globe in the past years and even has the most streamed album by a female artist on Spotify. Even Ariana Grande, Taylor Swift and Rihanna are behind her.

Dua’s second album is due to come out early 2020 followed by a world tour starting in April. After performing in clubs for a longtime, she’ll be taking the arenas and headliner slots on festivals this time.

Don’t Start Now

Dua Lipa is extremely smart, because instead of trying to recreate her hits, she’s reinventing her sound and proves that she’s an artist with a vision. “Don’t Start Now” is a catchy disco-pop song with really fun aspects that make the song stand out.

For the track, she worked with the same songwriters that also wrote “New Rules” with her. Never change a winning team, because the result is once again gorgeous. Lipa impresses with a new, fun sound and surely is ready for all these big stages. DL2 is the next step to her absolute world domination, so get ready! “Don’t Start Now” is only the first taste of her new era.

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