Dua Lipa has confirmed her new album Future Nostalgia has been moved up from its previously announced April 3 release date, and will instead drop this Friday, March 27.
Dua took to Instagram Live to share the news with fans, explaining that she felt "conflicted about putting music out because lots of people are suffering" as a result of the Coronavirus pandemic.
One of 2020's most highly-anticipated pop albums, it leaked in full over the weekend. That is something that we could see with the version of Physical that was released with the collaboration of Hwasa, Dua Lipa says that this is a strategy that has been of great help to bring her music to the whole world while keeping at home protecting herself from the virus, so perhaps I can repeat this dynamic soon with other artists.
The full album, titled Future Nostalgia, was leaked online this week but the "New Rules" singer chose to officially release it to lift the spirits of those stuck at home because of the COVID-19 pandemic. She also teased the potential release of another single titled "Break My Heart" for Friday as well, tweeting a photo of herself holding a martini glass with the caption "5 DAYS". "I hope it brings you some happiness, and I hope it makes you smile, and I hope it makes you dance. I am really happy it's coming out, and I'm really excited for you all to hear it. Make of it what you will".
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