Dua Lipa, Harry Styles y BTS se presentarán en la próxima entrega de los Grammy


La Academia Nacional de Artes y Ciencias de la Grabación ha revelado el listado de artistas que se presentarán este año en los Premios Grammy. Entre ellos se encuentran Cardi B, BTS, Billie Eilish, Brittany Howard, Miranda Lambert, Dua Lipa, Chris Martin, Post Malone y Taylor Swift. Bad Bunny, Black Pumas, DaBaby, Doja Cat, Haim, Megan Thee Stallion y Harry Styles también han sido confirmados.

Aunque técnicamente BTS se presentó el año pasado, los idols únicamente aparecieron brevemente cuando acompañaron a Lil Nas X en Old Town Road. También cabe destacar que Harry Styles nunca cantó en los premios cuando hacía parte de One Direction.

“Los artistas se reunirán, manteniendo la distancia, para interpretar cantar entre sí como una comunidad y para celebrar que la música nos une a todos”, dijo la Academia en un comunicado de prensa.

Pese a que habrá una mezcla de shows en vivo y pregrabados con propósitos de seguridad, el productor ejecutivo Ben Winston le dijo a ROLLING STONE que su objetivo es lograr que todo el espectáculo se sienta como si estuviese ocurriendo en tiempo real.

La ceremonia será conducida por el presentador Trevor Noah y comenzará a las ocho de la noche el próximo domingo 14 de marzo.


This article is originally by: rollingstone.com.co

Dua Lipa Drops Colorful Visual for ‘Levitating’ Remix With Missy Elliott, Madonna & The Blessed Madonna

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Just days after Dua Lipa‘s unveiled her scorching new «Levitating» remix by The Blessed Madonna featuring Madonna and Missy Elliott, the star dropped the dreamy accompanying video on Friday morning (Aug. 14).

The clip features the star trio amid nature scenes, drenched in vivid blues and reds.

«I decided to take the party up a notch with the incomparable The Blessed Madonna, who secretly helped me to craft the mixtape that would become Club Future Nostalgia and the absolute queens Missy Elliott and Madonna joined me for an epic remix of ‘Levitating,'» Lipa said of the song in a statement.

She first announced the remix with «my idols» on July 27, which will be featured on the Club Future Nostalgia remix album, out Aug. 28. Watch the «Levitating» remix video below.

If You Wanna Believe That Anything Could Stop Dua Lipa, Don’t Watch Her Host Jimmy Kimmel Live!


If you don’t want to see Dua Lipa deliver her first late-night monologue, don’t stay up, don’t sit down, don’t start caring about Kimmel now. The singer is the latest celeb to guest host Jimmy Kimmel Live! during Kimmel’s summer vacation and, well, for her first hosting gig, she handled it like a pro. “You know that song your kid listened to, like, 5,000 times trying to perfect a dance on TikTok?,” she asks viewers at home. “That was me. You’re welcome. And I’m sorry. Jimmy and I actually just switched jobs for the night. Right now, I’m here, and he’s performing for thousands of people at a dance hall in Berlin, in a very tight tank top.”

In addition to interviewing her pop predecessor Gwen Stefani later in the evening, Lipa also allowed herself to get lightly roasted by a cadre of elderly music fans responding to her music and looks directly to her face. “That’s terrible,” one woman muses over a yellow tartan crop top. “If I had a daughter, I wouldn’t want her to go out in that.” Said another reviewer, “It looks like she’s trying too hard.” When it comes to hosting late-night TV, however, she’s kind of trying the perfect amount.

This article is originally from Vulture

The Lineup For Dua Lipa’s ‘Club Future Nostalgia’ Remix Album is the Party You Need Right Now

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Dua Lipa performs onstage during the 2019 American Music Awards at Microsoft Theater on Nov. 24, 2019 in Los Angeles.

Dua Lipa is bringing the heat on her upcoming Club Future Nostalgia: The Remix Album, which she revealed is coming out on Aug. 21. The singer dropped the news on Tuesday night (Aug. 4), also confirming that a remix of «Levitating» remixed by The Blessed Madonna and featuring Missy Elliott and Madonna will come out on Aug. 14.

Additionally, she reported that Gwen Stefani and Mark Ronson will appear on a remix of the single «Physical» and that «all Future Nostalgia tracks n then sum remixed by ur faves,» without dishing up any more names for now. «On the real tho sooo psyched to be on this DUA project,» tweeted Ronson. «I can’t wait for you all to hear this ‘Physical’ remix I spent half of lockdown working on. @gwenstefanisounds so good. PLUS I’M IN A TWEET WITH @MissyElliott!!!»

See the tweets from Dua Lipa and her collaborators below.

Dua Lipa Announces ‘Levitating’ Remix Featuring Her Two ‘Idols’

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Dua Lipa had some very exciting news to share on Monday (July 27). The star revealed that her Future Nostalgia cut, «Levitating,» will be getting a remix from The Blessed Madonna.

That’s not all. The new rendition of the tune will feature none other than Madonna and Missy Elliott. «DREAM COME TRUE LETS GO!!!!!!» Lipa tweeted, announcing the news alongside a photo of the pop stars posing for the camera.


Future Nostalgia, released in March, debuted at No. 4 on the Billboard 200 chart dated April 10. The «Levitating» remix will arrive on August 14. See the announcement below.


This article is originally from Billboard

Dua Lipa, Chris Martin & More Set for Star-Studded Charity Cover of Foo Fighters’ ‘Times Like These’

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Dozens of artists — from Dua Lipa and Chris Martin to Ellie Gouldingand 5 Seconds of Summer — are coming together for a star-studded charity cover of Foo Fighters‘ 2003 single «Times Like These» to aid coronavirus relief efforts around the world.

Recorded as the 23 artists sheltered in place amid the ongoing global pandemic, the cover is set to be released as part of BBC One’s «The Big Night» on Thursday (April 23). «Our vision was to create a stay-at-home version using phones, pots, pans and acoustic guitars that would honor the brilliance and honesty of the artists and song, rather than the trickery of an expensive recording studio,» producer Fraser T. Smith told The Guardian about creating the track. «We tried to make this single in a totally different way artistically relevant to today. The lyrics particularly resonate with us all at this challenging time.»

Other artists taking part in the Foo Fighters cover include U.K. luminaries such as Yungblud, Anne-Marie, Mabel and Jess Glynne, as well as Hailee Steinfeld, Sean Paul, Sigrid and more. Profits from the single will go to Children in Need and Comic Relief in the U.K., and the World Health Organization’s Covid-19 Solidarity Response Fund in the U.S. and elsewhere.

Check out BBC Radio 1’s official announcement below.

Dua Lipa Reveals She’s Quarantining With Boyfriend Anwar Hadid in a ‘Random Airbnb’


There’s no place like home. Dua Lipa and her boyfriend, Anwar Hadid, are practicing safe social distancing amid the coronavirus pandemic by hiding out in “a random Airbnb” in London.

Dua Lipa Reveals ‘Future Nostalgia’ Album Release Date


Dua Lipa​’s been giving us a taste of her upcoming sophomore album, Future Nostalgia, for months now, and fans finally have a release date.

The songstress took to Twitter to announce that the album will be dropping on April 3. Future Nostalgia will feature the previously-released title track, lead single «Don’t Start Now» and the upcoming «Physical,» out on Friday (Jan. 31).

Her debut, self-titled album was released in 2017.

“I got to work with the photographer Hugo Comte, who I’m a massive fan of,” she recently told Billboard at the Grammy awards of the Future Nostalgia concept. “I’m really grateful that we got to work on this together.”

See the release date announcement below.

This article was originally published by: Billboard

Watch Dua Lipa’s Fierce Performance of ‘Don’t Start Now’ on ‘Ellen’


Dua Lipa stopped by The Ellen DeGeneres Show on Thursday (Jan. 9) to deliver a jaw-dropping performance of her latest single «Don’t Start Now.»

Flanked by a crew of female back-up dancers dressed in chic, white bodysuits, the British-Albanian pop star glided through the disco-infused number with a combination of laid-back panache and expert precision. «Did a full 180, crazy/ Thinkin’ ‘bout the way I was/ Did the heartbreak change me? Maybe/ But look at where I ended up,» Lipa sang with a smile, clearly enjoying the moment as she and the dancers nailed their theatrical choreography.

The performance comes just one day after host Ellen DeGeneres enlisted the pop star for a hilarious hidden camera sketch, speaking only the lyrics to her hit songs to unsuspecting customers at a Los Angeles home decor store.

«Don’t Start Now» serves as the lead single for Lipa’s upcoming sophomore studio album, Future Nostalgia, and was followed by the funky electro-leaning title track. The LP is expected some time in early 2020, though an official release date has yet to be announced.

Watch Dua Lipa’s crowd-raising performance on Ellen below.

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Dua Lipa Talks ‘Future Nostalgia’ & Never Shying Away From Speaking Her Mind in Beats 1 Interview


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Dua Lipa is finally unveiling her highly-anticipated sophomore album, Future Nostalgia, in 2020, and she recently chatted with Zane Lowe on Apple Music’s Beats 1 about growing as an artist.

«When I started [making] Future Nostalgia, I had a couple people be like, ‘All right, you sure this is what you want to do?’ Because obviously it is so different from the last record and the last record had the success it did, but I felt, as an artist, I had to grow and I had to mature,» she explained. «After touring for so long, I wanted it to be more instrumental and I felt more comfortable in the studio, so I kind of went in and gave my two cents on what I would want the production to sound like, which wasn’t something that I did on my first record.»

With songs that scream «You don’t need him,» like «New Rules,» «IDGAF» and, most recently, «Don’t Start Now,» it’s no surprise that Lipa takes every opportunity to stand up for her fellow women. «I spoke about like women in Saudi Arabia and the rights and the things that happen or like if I’m supporting different charities and talking about certain things, especially women protesting about women’s rights…It does wind people up. I think that the whole abortion rights as well, that definitely kicked up a fuss…I’m never going to shy away from that and I feel like I have to be a voice for my audience as well because they gave me that platform for that reason.»

One of the songs on her album, which she calls «lyrically» her favorite, is «about being a woman in general.»

«What it’s like walking home at night, what it’s like different things that as a gal I feel like we have to kind of live through and go through and that people don’t necessarily think is a struggle for us,» she said. «It’s really kind of like cutting really straight to the point kind of lyrics, which is something like, as an example, when I’d walk home from school and it would be dark and there’d be boys in the streets on their bicycles or whatever. I would walk down the street like Wolverine with my keys through my knuckles and just run up to my house.

Listen to the interview below.

This article was originally published: Billboard