Dua Lipa was “not afraid to talk about things” on her “grown-up” third album.
The ‘Levitating’ hitmaker, 26, says her upcoming follow-up to 2020’s ‘Future Nostalgia’ is her most mature report up to now, and he or she doesn’t maintain again when talking up on what issues to her.
Speaking to Vogue, she spilled: “I’ve definitely grown up. Overall, whether it’s sonically or in terms of the themes, I’ve matured. It’s like I’m coming into my power and not afraid to talk about things. It’s about understanding what I want.”
In March, the pop star revealed the report was “50 per cent done”.
The Grammy winner mentioned she was pleased with the progress she’s made and feels “very excited” about a number of the songs she’s already recorded for the LP.
Speaking to Sir Elton John on her ‘Service 95’ podcast, she mentioned: “It’s starting to feel good. “It’s starting to take shape. I’m very excited about some of the new songs so it’s always exciting to look forward towards something.”
Dua’s replace got here simply two months after she mentioned her third album was “still in baby form” and he or she was “in no rush” to debut new materials.
However, she admitted had a agency “vision” for the report and had already chosen a title.
She mentioned: “It has a imaginative and prescient. It has a reputation, I believe—for now. It’s simply been enjoyable experimenting. I’m all the time going to make pop music, nevertheless it has its personal distinctive sound, which is thrilling and one thing that looks like a motion from ‘Future Nostalgia’.
“In all honesty, it’s probably not what my fans want to hear – but I’m in no rush to release a new album.”
Meanwhile, FKA twigs just lately admitted she must get in contact with Dua to complete their duet, which was beforehand teased throughout a dwell stream again in 2020.
She mentioned: “A pal of a pal despatched me a voice word of any person that I’ve by no means even met, like mainly hassling me for that Dua Lipa bump.
“I used to be like, that’s similar to the cherry on high. I’ll simply put that on. Why isn’t it on the web? Honestly, there’s actually no motive. I believe there’s really no motive why we haven’t completed it.
“I don’t also have a motive.
“I’ve been busy doing the mixtape, however perhaps I’ll give Dua somewhat name. Maybe it’s one thing that we have to – Yeah, we’ll do it.
Yeah, we are going to. We will do it. We’ll do it. We’ll do it. We’ll do it. Yeah. There’s no motive. I’ve no rationalization.