Dua Lipa Speaks On Her Next Album
After a string of hugely successful collaborations, Dua Lipa has revealed that she’d most love to work with Pink, Frank Ocean and Alicia Keys next.
The singer, who was recently ranked amongst the powerful and influential women in music by the BBC, is set to re-release her huge-selling self-titled debut album – loaded with collaborations with the the likes of Miguel, BLACKPINK, Calvin Harris, Diplo, Martin Garrix and Sean Paul.
Now, she has her sights set on more huge names.
“There are so many incredible artists. I’d love to collaborate with Pink. I would love to collaborate with Frank Ocean. I would love to collaborate with Alicia Keys,” Lipa told E. “There are just so many artists that I admire so much and I feel like something that I want to do with collaborations is always try and work with people who do something maybe a bit more different to what I do or something that would bring something new to the table…
“It’s always interesting because I don’t know what’s going to come next.”
The ‘Electricity’ singer has recently been on Twitter to tease fans about progress on her next album.
The new material Lipa has been working on has been influenced by Prince, Outkast, and Gnarls Barkley, and the star said the songs had “some throwback elements.”
“I’m excited about [that] cos it’s a new direction for me and I’m looking forward to it,” she said in another recent interview.
‘Dua Lipa – Complete Edition’ will be released on Friday October 19.
Article originally published via: nme.com
By: Andrew Trendell
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