25 Songs, 1 Hour 29 Minutes

EDITORS’ NOTES

It's fair to say that Dua Lipa’s first album met its lofty expectations. Her debut sparked BRIT Awards, spawned several enormous singles (“New Rules” was arguably the song of summer 2017), and saw the Londoner deified by adoring fans. A year after its release, Dua Lipa gets a glossy reboot: K-pop quartet BLACKPINK lend “Kiss and Make Up” turbocharged girl power, “Want To” applies her sultry alto to some spare, seductive robo-pop, while “Running” is a tale of wounded pride set to R&B piano. This extended edition also includes collaborations with Calvin Harris (“One Kiss”), Silk City (“Electricity”), and Martin Garrix (“Scared to Be Lonely”).

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EDITORS’ NOTES

It's fair to say that Dua Lipa’s first album met its lofty expectations. Her debut sparked BRIT Awards, spawned several enormous singles (“New Rules” was arguably the song of summer 2017), and saw the Londoner deified by adoring fans. A year after its release, Dua Lipa gets a glossy reboot: K-pop quartet BLACKPINK lend “Kiss and Make Up” turbocharged girl power, “Want To” applies her sultry alto to some spare, seductive robo-pop, while “Running” is a tale of wounded pride set to R&B piano. This extended edition also includes collaborations with Calvin Harris (“One Kiss”), Silk City (“Electricity”), and Martin Garrix (“Scared to Be Lonely”).

Parental Advisory Explicit Content
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