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Dua Lipa
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Lipa at the 2020 Grammy Awards
Born (1995-08-22) 22 August 1995 (age 25)
London, England
🏳️ Nationality
Dula Peep[1][2][3]
💼 Occupation
  • Singer
  • songwriter
  • model
📆 Years active  2015–present
Height5 ft 8 in (1.73 m)[4][5]
🏅 AwardsFull list
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Dua Lipa (/ˈdə ˈlpə/; Albanian pronunciation: [ˈdua ˈlipa]; born 22 August 1995)[6] is an English singer and songwriter. After working as a model, she signed with Warner Music Group in 2015 and released her eponymous debut album in 2017. The album peaked at number three on the UK Albums Chart, and yielded nine singles, including "Be the One" and "IDGAF", and the UK number-one single "New Rules", which also peaked at number six in the US. In 2018, Lipa won the Brit Awards for best British Female Solo Artist and British Breakthrough Act.

Released in April 2018, the single "One Kiss" with Calvin Harris peaked at number one in the UK and became the longest-running number-one single for a female artist in 2018. It won her the 2019 Brit Award for Song of the Year. In 2019, she was also awarded the Grammy Award for Best New Artist, and "Electricity", a collaboration with Silk City, won her the Grammy Award for Best Dance Recording. The success of the singles helped her self-titled album become one of the most-streamed albums on Spotify and achieve platinum certifications. Her second studio album, Future Nostalgia, was released in March 2020 to critical acclaim, earning Lipa six Grammy nominations, including Album of the Year. It became her first UK number-one album, spending four weeks at number one with four top-ten singles including "Physical" and "Break My Heart"; its lead single "Don't Start Now" became one of the most commercially successful songs of 2020. It peaked at number two on both the UK Singles Chart and the US Billboard Hot 100, and number four on the Hot 100 year-ender chart, becoming the most successful 2020 song by a female artist in the US. It also yielded "Levitating", which peaked in the top ten in the US and UK.

Lipa has received various accolades, including two Grammy Awards, three Brit Awards, two MTV Europe Music Awards, one MTV Video Music Award, and an American Music Award. In 2020, Billboard honoured Lipa with the Powerhouse Award, awarded to the act whose music dominated in their respective year through streaming, sales, and radio.

Early life[edit]

Dua Lipa was born on August 22, 1995, in London, England as the first-born daughter of Kosovar Albanian refugees from Yugoslav Wars, Dukagjin Lipa and Anesa Lipa (née Rexha). They were from Pristina, FR Yugoslavia (present-day Kosovo[a]), and moved to London in 1992,[7] settling in a refugee society from their home country in Camden.[8][9] The couple left Kosovo around the time Siege of Sarajevo occurred and before Kosovo War started.[10][11] Lipa is also of Bosnian descent through her maternal grandmother.[12] Her grandfather, Seit Lipa, was a historian of Kosovo Institute of History who died of myocardial infarction in 1999.[12] Her father, Dukagjin, was pursuing a career in dentistry but upon arriving in British territory he had to work as a waiter in bars and restaurants together with his wife Anesa; later he began studying marketing and got a job at a music festival production company, such as Glastonbury and Reading, which allowed him to complete his studies at The Chartered Institute of Marketing.[8][12][13] For her part, Anesa was studying law, and after emigrating to London she dedicated herself to tourism;[12] from her marriage to Dukagjin, they had two more children: Rina, in May 2001, and Gjin, in December 2005, who grew up together with their older sister in West Hampstead.[8][13]

Lipa was influenced by her father's taste in music,[14][15][16] who was the lead singer and guitarist of the Kosovar rock band Oda,[8][11] which disintegrated in 1998, after the release of their last album, 1998.[13] Dukagjin always kept his interest in music and used to play works at home of his authorship and popular songs by artists such as David Bowie, Bob Dylan, Radiohead, Sting, The Police and Stereophonics.[15][16][17] In that family environment Lipa grew up, and her ability was manifested from a very early age because she started singing at 5 years old.[18] She discovered new sources of inspiration when she obtained her first record materials at the age of 6: Whoa, Nelly! by Nelly Furtado and Missundaztood by Pink, which she described as "a significant part of her life" and which hold "special meaning" for her.[16][17] Also were part of her influences Christina Aguilera, Destiny's Child, Kendrick Lamar, Chance the Rapper, Schoolboy Q, ASAP Rocky, Prince, Blondie, Jamiroquai, Moloko, Missy Elliott and Madonna.[14][19][20][21][22]

She received her primary education at Fitzjohn's Primary School.[23][24] Her studies included music lessons and the instrument in which she learned her first musical notions was the cello, although she decided to quit it due to her "small" stature.[7] When she auditioned to enter the school choir, she was rejected because her voice was "too low" to reach the high notes and the teacher told her that "she could not sing".[7][15][25] Then, at the age of 9, she began taking singing lessons on weekends at the Sylvia Young Theatre School and there she met her new teacher, Ray, who helped her develop her vocal skills as well as discover that she wanted to make music.[7][10] He made Lipa sing in front of older students, which increased her confidence in herself.[26] When she was 11 years old, after finishing primary school, she and her family moved to Pristina after it achieved its independence.[10][18]

Move to Pristina[edit]

Her move to the capital of Kosovo was motivated by the work destination of her father, Dukagjin,[10] a marketing entrepreneur, who shortly after settling in Pristina, specifically in the Sunny Hill neighborhood where he had grown up, founded a communications agency for marketing.[13] Lipa assimilated the moving process with optimism and upon arrival in Kosovo, she was "fascinated" by the sense of "community" and "safeness" she perceived from the capital.[10] The adaptation process that she developed was also "magnificent" and she soon managed to feel "comfortable" and "happy" in her new residence, as she had the support of several acquaintances of her parents who frequently came to visit them in London together with their children, with whom they asked go to the same school.[10]

Mileniumi i Tretë school (pictured), the place where Lipa complemented her secondary studies during her stay in Kosovo.[27]

Lipa did not have much difficulty in the local language either, because her first language was Albanian and since she was a child she spoke it at home with her parents, although she did not know how to write or read it fluently.[10][25][28] She attended the Mileniumi i Tretë school in Pristina, where she learned more about the Albanian language and participated in concert activities that helped her reaffirm her idea of ​​starting a musical career.[27][29][30]

By the time Lipa arrived in Kosovo, she coincided with the arrival of rap artists from North America who visited the region to make musical performances, thus she suffered a "profound" influence on this style of music.[10] In addition, her father was there involved in the production of several of those concerts through his work for a telecommunications agency, therefore the first concert she attended there was one of Method Man & Redman and she also had the opportunity to attend some of Snoop Dogg, Busta Rhymes, and 50 Cent of whom she was particularly enthusiastic at the time and described his performance as the most memorable she ever attended.[10][19][31] Her stay in Kosovo was decisive in her awareness of her personality as a singer and she soon became aware of that she did not have "many opportunities" to launch a career there, and that the only way to achieve worldwide recognition was if she returned to London.[10]

Return to London[edit]

Her desire to return to London was made possible by the daughter of some acquaintances of her parents, who was going to the British capital to do her master's degree, which made them feel more confident to let her go without their company. On her return to the city, with 15 years old, she stayed in Killburn, where she lived for some time before moving to Camden, and began her secondary education at Parliament Hill School where she achieved her A-Levels in Politics, Psychology, English and Media and in turn re-entered Sylvia Young Theatre School part-time.[32] Lipa also combined her musical vocation with various occupations, working as a waitress at the Mexican restaurant La Bodega Negra in Soho,[32] as a hostess at a nightclub in Mayfair and as a model for the ASOS Marketplace virtual catalog, until the agency insisted that she had to lose weight to do catwalk shows, something she refused to do.[22][32][33] In this period of her life would later be inspired by her 2016 single "Blow Your Mind (Mwah)".[25][34] When she was 14 years old, she wrote her first song "Lions & Tigers & Bears", inspired by The Wizard of Oz (1939),[35] which she published on her SoundCloud page as her first demo on 22 February 2012.[36] She has stated that she was influenced by the discovery of Justin Bieber on YouTube which inspired her to take the same route,[11][37] she began posting her videos of her covers of songs like "If I Ain't Got You" by Alicia Keys and "Beautiful" by Christina Aguilera on YouTube.[18]

Although her videos did not reach great popularity,[11] she took a "portfolio" to London clubs like KOKO where she thought she would meet people from the music industry who she could show them to.[9] Even though her intention was not to become a model, she got involved with Topshop considering "that could help her get out there", which would later cause her to sign with a modeling agency, whose agency landed her a role as a "singer" in an television advertisement for The X Factor in 2013.[9][38] Her participation in said role introduced her to a producer who at the time worked with One Direction and Ed Sheeran, which led her to obtain an offer for a publishing contract. Then, she attracted the attention of Ben Mawson, a Warner Bros. manager, and that earned her a management deal with TAP Management which put her in touch with several producers, including Emile Haynie, Andrew Wyatt and Stephen Kozmeniuk, to learn the fundamental of the songwriter trade.[32] At first, she was more interested in "discovering" her sound than in landing a record deal; she wanted to have a sound like a cross between rapper J. Cole and Nelly Furtado, but the reaction of the producers was not exactly positive.[17][32] But then when she wrote Hotter Than Hell and production at the time was just a piano and a kick drum, and she claimed that she liked the "darkness" behind it, the pop chorus with a "rappy" flow to the verses, all sung in a lower register.[17][32] Whose song was the one that helped her land a record deal, which she signed in the summer of 2015 with Warner Music Group.[39][30] Her first single, "New Love" was released late August of that same year and received rave reviews,[32] such as Lindsey Weber's review for The Fader in which she argued that it is "surprisingly heavy, with a throbbing heartbeat that underlines her voice, which is husky and mature, like that of Joss Stone or Lady Gaga."[33] However, to achieve public recognition it was necessary to wait for the release of her next single, "Be the One" in October 2015.[32]

We've seen artists who might get half a good song out of 10 writing sessions; with Dua, one in five or one in four is a banger. She gets results out of other people as well, because her personality is so engaging and she is so charismatic. She definitely has that special something.[40]

— Ben Mawson about Lipa's songwriting

Career[edit]

2015–2018: Career beginnings and Dua Lipa[edit]

In 2013, Lipa signed a contract with Tap Management, directed by Ben Mawson and Ed Millett, while working as a waitress in a cocktail bar. Lipa was introduced to Mawson by her lawyer, who discouraged her from signing another publishing deal that was offered to her.[better source needed] Subsequently, they offered her a monthly salary to leave her job and focus on recording music.[41] During one of the sessions, Lipa co-wrote the song "Hotter than Hell",[41] which would eventually lead to her signing a record deal with Warner Music Group in the summer of 2015.[42][43][44] Millett retrospectively elaborated: "Dua was really smart – she signed to Warner Bros. partly because they didn't have a big female pop artist and they needed one. They really wanted her, so she had the focus of the team from day one."[41] In August 2015, Lipa released her first single "New Love",[45] produced by Emile Haynie and Andrew Wyatt.[42] Her second single, "Be the One", was issued to European success in October 2015,[46][47] reaching number one in Belgium,[48] Poland and Slovakia, as well as charting within the top ten in over eleven European territories. In Australia and New Zealand, the song became an airplay success, reaching numbers 6 and 20 respectively.[49] In November 2015, she was revealed as one of the acts on the BBC Sound of... 2016 long list.[50] Her first tour in the UK and Europe began in January 2016,[51] and concluded in November 2016.[52]

Lipa in 2016

On 18 February 2016, Lipa released her third single "Last Dance", followed by "Hotter than Hell" on 6 May. The latter reached success, particularly in the UK, where it peaked at number 15.[53] On 26 August, her fifth overall single "Blow Your Mind (Mwah)" was released, peaking at number 30 in the UK.[53] It became the singer's first entry on the US Billboard Hot 100, debuting at number 72.[54] The song also topped the Billboard Dance Club Songs chart[55] and reached number 23 on the Billboard Mainstream Top 40 chart.[56] Lipa was featured on Sean Paul's single "No Lie", released in November 2016,[57] which reached number ten in the UK.[58] The following month, a documentary about Lipa named See in Blue was commissioned by The Fader magazine.[59] In January 2017, Lipa won the EBBA Public Choice Award,[60] and released the single "Scared to Be Lonely", a collaboration with Martin Garrix, reaching number 14 in the UK.[61] In May 2017, she performed at the anniversary of Indonesian television channel SCTV and was awarded as Young and Promising International Artist at the SCTV Music Awards.[62][63]

Lipa's self-titled debut studio album was released on 2 June 2017.[64] Its sixth single, "New Rules", released in the following month, became Lipa's first number one in the UK,[53] and the first by a female solo artist to reach the top in the UK since Adele's "Hello" in 2015.[65] Her best-selling single to date, the song also charted in the top ten of other countries, including number two in Australia, number six in the US, and number seven in Canada.[66] Lipa performed at the Glastonbury Festival in June.[67] The following month, Lipa performed at the We the Fest, an Indonesian music festival in Jakarta.[68] She performed on BBC's Later... with Jools Holland in October.[69] In December, Lipa was named the most streamed woman of 2017 in the UK by Spotify.[70] She had four singles reach the UK top 10 in 2017, with "Be the One", "New Rules", "No Lie", and "Bridge over Troubled Water", a charity single for the families of the victims of the Grenfell Tower fire in London.[71]

Lipa at the Hollywood Palladium in February 2018

In January 2018, Lipa received nominations in five categories at the Brit Awards, more nominations than any other artist that year. She was nominated for MasterCard British Album of the Year for Dua Lipa, British Single of the Year and British Video of the Year for "New Rules", British Female Solo Artist, and British Breakthrough Act, winning the latter two.[72] This was the first time that a female artist had received five nominations.[73][74] She performed at the awards ceremony held on 21 February at the O2 Arena in London.[72]

The singer collaborated with American DJ Whethan on the song "High" for the Fifty Shades Freed soundtrack, released in February 2018.[75] She started working on new material for her second album in March 2018.[76] On 6 April, Lipa and Calvin Harris released the single "One Kiss",[77] which topped the UK Singles Chart on 20 April, making it Lipa's second number one in the chart;[78] Lipa provided the vocals and is also credited as a writer. The single went on to become the biggest selling song in the UK of 2018 and topped the chart for eight consecutive weeks.[79] She performed in the opening ceremony of the 2018 UEFA Champions League Final in Kiev on 26 May.[80] It was reported that Lipa would be releasing collaborations with other artists coming out later in 2018, such as one with Mark Ronson and Diplo's newly formed superduo Silk City.[81] Ronson later confirmed the song's title would be "Electricity".[82] The song was released on 9 September. Lipa was also featured in "If Only", a song from Italian singer Andrea Bocelli's sixteenth studio album .[83]

Lipa performed at F1 Singapore Grand Prix in September.[84] In the same month, Lipa endorsed British car brand Jaguar's new electric car, I-PACE. The brand created a remix of Lipa's song "Want To", and launched a service where fans could create their own version of Dua Lipa x Jaguar's song on the Join the Pace website, based on their own driving behaviour or the music they listen to, and share it on social media. According to Lipa's team, Jaguar and Lipa set the world record for the "most remixed song ever."[85] In October, the singer released Dua Lipa: The Complete Edition, an expanded version of her debut album that includes three new songs, including the aforementioned "Want To", and her previous collaborations with other artists.[86] This included a collaboration with South Korean girl group Blackpink called "Kiss and Make Up".[87]

2019–present: Future Nostalgia[edit]

Lipa faces forward with her hands at her shoulders
Lipa at the 2019 American Music Awards

In January 2019, Lipa released the single "Swan Song" as part of the soundtrack to the 2019 film Alita: Battle Angel.[88][89] That same month, Lipa stated that she had been spending the preceding year in the writing process for her second studio album.[90] While discussing the album's sound, Lipa commented that it would be a "nostalgic" pop record that "feels like a dancercise class".[91] In August 2019, Lipa partnered with brand Yves Saint Laurent to endorse their fragrance Libre.[92]

Following the release of its lead single "Don't Start Now", Lipa's second album Future Nostalgia and its accompanying tour were announced in December 2019.[93][94][95] "Don't Start Now" peaked at number two on both the UK Singles Chart and the US Billboard Hot 100.[58][54][96] It also peaked at number one on the US Billboard Mainstream Top 40 chart.[97] Lipa's second single leading up to the release of the album was "Physical".[98] It was released on 30 January 2020 and the song's music video was released a day later.[98] "Physical" debuted at number 60 on the US Billboard Hot 100.[99] Future Nostalgia was released on 27 March to widespread critical acclaim,[100] following the release of the album's third single "Break My Heart" on 25 March.[101] Future Nostalgia debuted at number two on the Official UK Albums Chart, 5550 copies behind 5 Seconds of Summer's Calm.[102] Future Nostalgia peaked at number one on the Official UK Albums Chart the following week in April 2020, while four of the album's singles entered the top ten of the Official Singles Chart.[103] At the time of the album's release, Lipa became the first British female artist since Vera Lynn (1917–2020) to have three top-ten singles in a single calendar year, with Lynn having three in 1952.[104] Lipa eventually overrode this record with the single "Levitating", which also peaked in the US Hot 100 top 10, becoming her third top-ten in the US overall.

On 11 August 2020, she was named global ambassador of the French mineral water brand Évian. The announcement was made by Lipa on social media in which she stated that "it had been an honor" working with the brand.[105] On 13 August, Lipa released a remix of "Levitating" featuring American artists Madonna and Missy Elliott.[106] It serves as the lead single from Club Future Nostalgia, a remix collection of Future Nostalgia tracks by The Blessed Madonna and Mark Ronson, which was released on 28 August.[107]

On 2 October 2020, Lipa released the second remix of "Levitating" featuring American rapper DaBaby alongside the music video on the same day.[108] On 14 October 2020, Lipa and Belgian singer Angèle were photographed on the set of a music video.[109] Later in the month, the singers announced the release of their collaboration, "Fever"; it was released on 30 October 2020.[110] It is included on the French re-release of Future Nostalgia.[111] Lipa was featured in "Prisoner", a song from American singer Miley Cyrus's seventh studio album Plastic Hearts. The song was released on 19 November 2020 alongside the music video.[112] In November it was announced that Lipa would be the musical guest on the 19 December episode of Saturday Night Live.[113] On 27 November, Lipa performed in a livestream concert titled Studio 2054, where she sang various songs from Future Nostalgia, a new unreleased track with FKA Twigs, as well as some previous singles such as "New Rules", "One Kiss" and "Electricity". The event featured many special guests like The Blessed Madonna, Angèle, Kylie Minogue and Elton John, among others.[114]

Future Nostalgia was the most streamed album by a woman (and fifth most streamed album overall) on Spotify in 2020.[115]

Dua Lipa performed "Levitating" at the American Music Awards in November 2020. A month later, she performed "Levitating" again as well as her single, "Don't Start Now" and a cover of "Silver Bells" with her fans at the IHeartRadio Jingle Ball.

On January 12th, 2021, Dua Lipa will be on a session at CES hosted by Ryan Seacrest, which also features Billie Eilish to discuss online digital performances. [116][117]

Artistry[edit]

Lipa possesses a mezzo-soprano vocal range.[118][119][120] Her music is primarily pop.[121] She describes her musical style as "dark pop".[47][122] Her music has also been described as dance-pop,[123] synth-pop, R&B,[124] dream pop[51] alternative pop,[125] and nu-disco.[126] She is also noted for singing in a "distinct, husky, low register",[127] and her "sultry" tone.[128] Regarding her songwriting process, Lipa states she usually comes to the studio with a concept and starts developing the song with her co-writers.[129][130] She cites Kylie Minogue, Pink, Nelly Furtado, Jamiroquai, Kendrick Lamar and Chance the Rapper among her musical influences.[131][132][133] "My idea of pop has been P!nk and Christina Aguilera and Destiny's Child and Nelly Furtado,..." said Lipa in a GQ interview in 2018.[134] Her second studio album Future Nostalgia (2020) was inspired by artists that she listened to during her teens, including Gwen Stefani, Madonna, Moloko, Blondie and Outkast.[135]

Other ventures[edit]

Fashion[edit]

In January 2016, Lipa was in the cover for an editorial of Elle.[136] In February 2016, she modelled for the cover of Wylde magazine.[137][138] She modelled for an editorial for Stella McCartney, published on 23 February 2016.[139] In April 2016 she was again in an editorial of Elle.[140] She also modelled for an editorial of Paper magazine, published on 6 June 2017.[141]

In late February 2019, she was in an image for the Pepe Jeans London spring/summer 2019 collection campaign.[142] Months later she released a clothing collection with the brand Pepe Jeans London, consisting of clothing trends from the late 90s and early 2000s and chain mail dresses, casual denim outfits and denim.[143] In 2020, she modelled and released a second design collaboration with Pepe Jeans London for spring/summer 2020 collection inspired by late 1980s fashion and early 1990s fashion.[144] In October 2020, Lipa launched her third collaboration with Pepe Jeans and revealed this will be her last line for the brand and stated she will be signing off the collaboration with a collection called "DENIM DECADES", which was inspired by each decade Pepe has been selling denim.[145]

Philanthropy[edit]

Together with her father Dukagjin, she co-created the Sunny Hill Foundation in 2016 to raise funds to help people with financial difficulties in Kosovo, and in August 2018, she organised a festival to raise money for the Sunny Hill Foundation, called the Sunny Hill Festival. Former Pristina Mayor, Shpend Ahmeti, awarded her the Pristina Key, the first time one had been awarded.[146] She hosted the festival for the second year in a row in 2019, with Miley Cyrus part of the performer line-up.[147] Lipa has 15 tattoos, including one dedicated to Sunny Hill.[148]

In mid-November 2018, she was part of a campaign organised by UNICEF called "Go Blue" in support of children's rights on the occasion of World Children's Day on 20 November. The action consisted of a short video starring Millie Bobby Brown, alongside celebrities like Orlando Bloom, Liam Neeson and Lilly Singh; whose clip was about dressing in blue or displaying the color blue, in which Lipa is in a studio re-recording the lyrics of "Be the One" and changes the word "red" to "blue" in the song.[149][150][151]

On 13 April 2019, she became a UNICEF supporter on a three-day visit to a camp for refugee children and youth in Beirut, Lebanon that is supported by the said humanitarian agency; including many uprooted by the conflict in Syria.[152]

On 26 November 2019, following the 2019 Albania earthquake, Lipa asked fans for support and donations to the relief effort.[153][154] In collaboration with Albanian designers, she co-released a limited edition line of t-shirts called Pray for Albania in collaboration with the clothing manufacturer Bond to raise funds, where all proceeds went to families and victims affected by the seismicity.[155][156][157]

On 16 May 2020, she did a live performance of "Break My Heart" on the television special Graduate Together: America Honors the High School Class of 2020 aimed at the high school students whose graduation ceremonies and proms were cancelled due to the COVID-19 pandemic.[158]

At the end of May 2020, she participated in a digital event called "Dream With Us", organised by One Humanity and Constellation with the aim of raising funds. The event consisted of a 24-hour streaming concert with the participation of more than 150 artists in which a portion of proceeds would go to organisations that help fight the disease of COVID-19.[159][160]

She was part of a charitable project organised for BBC Radio 1 for a cover of the song "Times Like These" released on 23 April 2020 in the segment Live Lounge.[161] She was part of the charity supergroup Live Lounge Allstars in which each member recorded and filmed their contribution to the song from their respective households in order to encourage social distancing in which profits from the single would primarily go to Children in Need and Comic Relief, as well as COVID-19 Solidarity Response Fund.[162]

Advocacy[edit]

Lipa identifies as a feminist.[163] She claimed that she espouses her feminist reasoning with facts that she has read in books like Bad Feminist (2014) by Roxane Gay, The Beauty Myth (1990) by Naomi Wolf and Men Explain Things to Me (2014) by Rebecca Solnit.[164] She has publicly spoken out against sexism within the music industry, using social media to raise awareness of women's problems.[165][166] She participated in a short film for an initiative called "Global Feminism", directed by The Circle of Annie Lennox in association with Apple Music and released on 7 March 2019 ahead of International Women's Day. The clip intended to raise awareness of misogyny, rape, and violence against women, and featured Lipa showing the following statistic: "1 in 3 women and girls are impacted by physical or sexual violence in their lifetime."[167]

Lipa raising an LGBT flag in a presentation at the Hollywood Palladium in the city of Los Angeles[168]

Lipa has advocated for the social equality among the LGBT community.[169] On 12 February 2018, she raised a rainbow flag while performing her song "Be the One" in a presentation at the Hollywood Palladium in the city of Los Angeles as part of The Self-Titled tour.[170] On 12 March 2018, she waved an LGBT flag while performing "Blow Your Mind (Mwah)" at a concert at the Palais Theatre of Melbourne.[171] She criticized the treatment of women in Saudi Arabia by King Salman's decree announced on September 2017 that would not be effective until the following year, a fact which she described as "a step towards equality."[172]

On 12 September 2018, some fans were removed by security from a Lipa concert in the National Exhibition and Convention Center of Shanghai for allegedly waving rainbow flags, despite homosexuality having been decriminalised in China in 1997.[173] In response, Lipa said she was "proud" of and "grateful" to the people who showed their pride at the show.[174] In November 2019, Lipa was announced as the headliner party host for the 2020 Sydney Gay and Lesbian Mardi Gras parade.[175] On 29 February 2020, she was part of the parade,[176] before performing several songs.[177][178]

In response to backlash on social media after she along with Rosalía, Lil Nas X and Lizzo attended a 2020 Grammy Awards after-party in a Los Angeles strip club, at which she threw money at strippers, Lipa maintained that "everyone was having fun" at the event and that she "believe[s] in supporting women in all fields of work", and said "nothing at that party was derogatory."[179] Critics had accused her of being "anti-feminist" and contributing to a job that "literally allows you to objectify women."[180] She also received support from fans.[181]

In May 2019, Lipa spoke out in favour of abortion rights in the United States following the Alabama abortion ban; she asserted that "no man should be making such a fundamental decision on a woman's body" while wondering "how abortion gets banned before guns."[182] Three months later, she showed her support for a campaign called "Bans Off My Body" organised by Planned Parenthood against the restrictions on abortion in the United States.[183]

Lipa has also shown support for the Black Lives Matter movement,[184] and on 3 June 2020, she attended a BLM protest in London with her family and boyfriend Anwar Hadid in the wake of the George Floyd protests.[185] That same month, in an Instagram post, she quoted the hashtag #BlackTransLivesMatter.[186]

In July 2020, Lipa supported a campaign called "Let the Music Play" in which she was backing an open letter sent to Oliver Dowden calling for support from the government of United Kingdom for the UK's live music industry due to the economic loss that the industry would suffer caused by the social distancing that was generated by the COVID-19 pandemic.[187] In November of the same year, she spoke on the impact that social media and cyberbullying have had on her mental health, for which she has rejected the cancel culture calling it "toxic" and "dangerous."[188] In the same month, she expressed being agreed with a campaign in favour of abortion in Argentina which had the purpose of provoking the legalisation of the Voluntary Interruption of Pregnancy Bill.[189][190]

Personal life[edit]

Lipa speaks English and Albanian.[191][192]

In 2013, Lipa began an on-again, off-again relationship with English chef Isaac Carew. The couple broke up most recently in June 2019.[193]

Since 14 June 2019 Lipa has been dating American model Anwar Hadid, the younger brother of Gigi Hadid.[194]

Political views and controversies[edit]

In January 2018, Lipa sparked controversy when a cover of the song "Smoke, Drink, Break-Up" she recorded in 2014 resurfaced on YouTube where she can be heard saying the "N-word" with distorted audio: "So I roll me swisha, pour me some liquor before we start to bicker and calling each other out our names like bitches and nig—", with a distorted sound effect causing the word to end halfway. On 4 January, she tweeted that she "never meant to offend or upset anyone" and "shouldn't have gone there at all", and that a different word should have been used.[195]

In April 2018, Lipa was critical of the Donald Trump's immigration and refugee policies during his presidency in the United States, stating that "no refugee leaves their country without having to" and "later down the line we'll be able to see very clearly what went wrong by putting someone like Trump in power".[196]

On 21 September 2018, she retweeted commentary that highlighted quotes by Brazilian candidate for Presidency Jair Bolsonaro in which he stated "he would rather his son die than be homosexual" and told a congresswoman "he would not rape her because she was ugly"; in the retweet Lipa simply added the hashtag #EleNão, a social movement that went against Bolsonaro and his 2018 presidential campaign.[197] On 27 September 2018, Brazilian model Liziane Gutiérrez said on Instagram that Lipa had expelled her from the VIP area of her concert in Las Vegas for wearing a T-shirt with the hashtag #EleSim which symbolised support for Bolsonaro.[198]

In November 2018, Lipa expressed dissatisfaction over the withdrawal of the United Kingdom from the European Union due to Brexit, saying "she understands the importance of belonging to said political community because she is from Kosovo".[199]

On 2 December 2019, Lipa endorsed the Labour Party in the 2019 United Kingdom general election, sharing the policies of both Labour and Conservatives on various issues in an Instagram post and writing that it was "the most important election in a generation".[200] On 3 March 2020, she urged U.S. voters to pick Bernie Sanders for Democratic nominee for president of the United States.[201]

In June 2020, Lipa shared, and later deleted, a post depicting Israeli security forces detaining Palestinian minors,[202] which said "fake" Jewish people in the Israeli government and "fake Christians" in the United States had created Hamas for people to "believe that Hamas is the reasons for the decades worth of occupation, oppression, ethnic cleansing, and murder."[203]

On 18 July 2020, Lipa shared a post on her Instagram story saying "Why Kosovo is not & will never be, Serbia", urging followers to sign a petition which asked Apple to include Kosovo in their mapping services.[204] The next day, on 19 July 2020, Lipa posted an image of a banner commonly associated with supporters of Greater Albania on her social media,[205] depicting an irredentist map of Greater Albania, with the caption "autochthonous" alluding to the Illyrian theory of the origin of the Albanians. In response, Twitter users, many of them Macedonian, Greek, Montenegrin and Serbian, accused her of ethno-nationalism.[206][207] Lipa responded by tweeting that her post "was not intended to incite hate" and said it had been "misinterpreted".[208]

In October 2020, Lipa expressed support for Democratic candidate Joe Biden to become U.S. president, and she partook in an online event hosted by the Albanian-American community to fundraise for his campaign.[209]

On 6 January 2021, she expressed dissatisfaction over the 2021 storming of the United States Capitol on her Instagram story, where she branded pro-Trump protesters as "terrorists".[210]

Discography[edit]

  • Dua Lipa (2017)
  • Future Nostalgia (2020)

Videography[edit]

Television
Year Title Role Air date Notes
2004 Familja Moderne Robert's friend 20 June 2004 Minor role[211]
2016 Le Grand Journal Herself 12 April 2016 Musical guest[212]
Taratata 27 May 2016 Guest[213]
Schlag den Star 9 July 2016 Daniel Aminati vs Tom Beck[214]
Inas Nacht 16 July 2016 Season 12, episode 2[215]
The Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon 2 August 2016 Season 3, episode 190[216]
Sommarkrysset 13 August 2016 Season 12, episode 6[217]
Sunday Brunch 2 October 2016 Season 5, episode 34[218]
Go' morgen Danmark 18 October 2016 Guest[219]
2017 The Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon 22 March 2017 Season 4, episode 118[220]
Jimmy Kimmel Live! 20 April 2017 Musical guest[221]
Good Morning America 19 June 2017 Musical guest[222]
Live with Kelly and Ryan 28 June 2017 Musical guest[223]
Por el mundo 17 September 2017 Season 5, episode 5: Londres[224][225]
The Jonathan Ross Show 7 October 2017 Season 12, episode 6[226]
Quotidien 18 October 2017 Guest[227]
Sounds Like Friday Night Herself (co-host) 8 December 2017 Series 1, episode 6[228][229]
La Voz Herself 22 December 2017 Season 5, episode 13[230]
Alan Carr: Chatty Man 25 December 2017 Christmas Special 2017[231]
2018 Saturday Night Live 3 February 2018 Episode: "Natalie Portman/Dua Lipa"
The Ellen DeGeneres Show 13 February 2018 Season 15, episode 102[232]
14 March 2018 Season 15, episode 118[233]
Jimmy Kimmel Live! 19 March 2018 Musical guest[234]
Quotidien 3 April 2018 Guest[235]
The Graham Norton Show 20 April 2018 Musical guest[236]
The Voice 22 May 2018 Season 14, episode 28[237]
The Late Show with Stephen Colbert 26 July 2018 Season 3, episode 180[238]
Jimmy Kimmel Live! 10 October 2018 Musical guest[239]
Watch What Happens Live with Andy Cohen 6 December 2018 Season 15, episode 198[240]
2019 The Graham Norton Show 1 November 2019 Season 26, episode 6[241]
The Voice of Germany Herself / Advisor 10 November 2019 Season 8; Mark Forster's team
The Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon Herself 18 December 2019 Season 7, episode 69[242]
19 December 2019 Musical guest[243]
Good Morning America 20 December 2019 Musical guest[244]
Dick Clark's New Year's Rockin' Eve 31 December 2019 Performer[245]
2020 The Ellen DeGeneres Show 6 January 2020 Season 17, episode 74[246]
9 January 2020 Musical guest[247]
The One Show 4 February 2020 Guest[248]
Skavlan 13 March 2020 Guest[249]
The Late Late Show with James Corden 30 March 2020 Season 6, episode 87[250]
Lorraine 1 April 2020 Guest[251]
The Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon 8 April 2020 Musical guest[252]
E poi c'è Cattelan 21 April 2020 Season 7, episode 3[253]
Live with Kelly and Ryan 6 May 2020 Season 32, episode 167[254]
Graduate Together: America Honors the High School Class of 2020 16 May 2020 TV Special
Jimmy Kimmel Live! 10 August 2020 Guest host[255]
Saturday Night Live 19 December 2020 Musical Guest

Tours[edit]

Headlining[edit]

  • Hotter Than Hell Tour (2016)
  • US and Europe Tour (2017)
  • The Self-Titled Tour (2017–2018)
  • Future Nostalgia Tour (2021)

Opening act[edit]

  • Troye Sivan – Suburbia Tour (2016)
  • Bruno Mars – 24K Magic World Tour (2017–2018)
  • Coldplay – A Head Full of Dreams Tour (2017)

Awards and nominations[edit]

See also[edit]


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Notes[edit]

a.   ^ Kosovo is the subject of a territorial dispute between the Republic of Kosovo and the Republic of Serbia. The Republic of Kosovo unilaterally declared independence on 17 February 2008, but Serbia continues to claim it as part of its own sovereign territory. The two governments began to normalise relations in 2013, as part of the Brussels Agreement. Kosovo has been recognized as an independent state by 112 out of 193 United Nations member states. 10 states have recognized Kosovo only to later withdraw their recognition.

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Awards and achievements
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Grammy Award for Best New Artist
2019
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Brit Award for British Female Solo Artist
2018
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