Dua Lipa has just confirmed her upcoming project will have two icons in the music industry, the Queen of Pop Madonna an...
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Dua Lipa has just confirmed her upcoming project will have two icons in the music industry, the Queen of Pop Madonna and Hip-hop famous star Missy Elliott in Levitating.
Levitating will be the fifth single from Dua Lipa's LP Future Nostalgia which dropped earlier this year.
They will work in a new remixed version of the chart-topping hit Don't Start Now, kickstarted a disco revival, as well as the ultimate bop Physical.
The singer just took to Twitter to reveal that the new track will be remixed by DJ The Blessed Madonna.
We could see clearly in the post with 4 female stars, as Dua Lipa looked fabulous in the middle, Missy Elliott was on the left, rocking a light-green hair and mysterious black lipstick.
The one in green shirt was DJ The Blessed Madonna and of course, Queen Madonna donned a badass outfit with a white-crossed blindfold on her eyes.
LEVITATING REMIXED BY THE BLESSED MADONNA FEATURING MY IDOLS MADONNA & MISSY ELLIOTT - 14TH OF AUGUST - DREAM COME TRUE LETS GO!!!!!! pic.twitter.com/qoj9c3WCIM— DUA LIPA (@DUALIPA) July 27, 2020
Meanwhile, the news about Dua's collaboration with Madge isn't new to people who pay attention. Just last month, Dua’s manager hinted a secret hitting up with the Queen of Pop herself and offer a feature on a Dua's new track.
Well, Madonna is a fast-replier, right?
The track was also set to release on August 14th so fans could get prepare carefully when the banger drops.
Dua Lipa has just had a song in the Latin-pop genre which she featured with J Balvin and Bad Bunny called Un Dia.
Seems like, amid the quarantine, artists are having some time of their own to experience new things. One way or another, fans will always be thrilled with new music of Dua Lipa keeps coming out, and we couldn't ask for more.