Dua Lipa Drops New Single 'Don't Start Now'
According to a report from UPI.com, Dua Lipa just dropped a brand new song called, "Don't Start Now," which was taken from her upcoming studio album. On Thursday, the singer-songwriter released the track on several streaming services, including Napster, Tidal, Deezer, Amazon Music, Apple Music, and Spotify.
Moreover, Dua released a teaser commercial for the music video of the same track, to be unveiled later today. The excerpt features the singer departing from a nightclub and into a bar to perform. As fans of the songstress know, she dropped her debut back in 2017 which included big tracks like "New Rules," as well as "Be The One."
Reportedly, Lipa will take the stage at the 2019 Australian Recording Industry Association Awards on Saturday. In other Dua-related news, the singer has been spotted hanging around Anwar Hadid for the last few months, and several reports indicate they're actually dating.
The 24-year-old singer and 20-year-old model have been around each other repeatedly in the past, including while Bella celebrated her 23rd birthday. Previously, Dua and Anwar were seen arriving at the party at Saks Fifth Avenue in Manhattan, New York.
Dua and Hadid were there with the 24-year-old model, Gigi, as well as Hadid's mother, Yolanda, 55. There were a few other close friends there at Bella's party, including The Weeknd, who put on a performance. Despite the relative freshness of the relationship, sources claim the romance between Dua and Anwar is already heating up.
Furthermore, multiple insiders have claimed they rented an apartment in New York City so they didn't have to be apart from each other so much. An insider who spoke with the publication, The Sun, stated Anwar and Dua had been spending a lot of time together.
According to Dua's Wikipedia page, she was born on the 22nd of August, 1995, and is of Kosovo Albanian origin. Following a few years of working as a model, she signed with Warner Music Group in 2015 and released her very first track, "New Love."