Don't Start Now (Dua Lipa song)

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"Don't Start Now"
Dua Lipa - Don't Start Now.png
Single by Dua Lipa
from the album Future Nostalgia
Released1 November 2019 (2019-11-01)[1]
Format
Genre
Length3:03
LabelWarner
Songwriter(s)
Producer(s)Ian Kirkpatrick
Dua Lipa singles chronology
"Swan Song"
(2019)
"Don't Start Now"
(2019)
Music video
"Don't Start Now" on YouTube

"Don't Start Now" is a song recorded by English singer Dua Lipa, released as the lead single from her upcoming second studio album, Future Nostalgia (2020).[6][7][8] The song was written by Caroline Ailin, Emily Warren, its producer Ian Kirkpatrick and Lipa, who chose "Don't Start Now" as the "natural first song choice" from Future Nostalgia to allow her to start a new chapter in her life. It was then released on 1 November 2019 through Warner Records on digital platforms globally and contemporary hit radio in the United Kingdom.[9] The song impacted the same format in the United States on 5 November. "Don't Start Now" is a nu-disco song with influences of Eurodance. The lyrics of the song involve Lipa addressing an ex-lover about moving on from a relationship.

Upon its release, "Don't Start Now" received favourable reviews from music critics, with many complimenting the disco influences and Lipa's vocals. The song was a commercial success, topping the charts in Croatia, Israel and Ireland, her fourth number one in the latter country. "Don't Start Now" also reached the top ten in numerous countries including Australia, Austria, Belgium, Ecuador, El Salvador, Estonia, Hungary, Latvia, Lebanon, Lithuania, Malaysia, the Netherlands, New Zealand, Norway, Singapore, Slovenia, Switzerland and the United Kingdom. It became her seventh top 10 entry on the UK Singles Chart and her second highest top 20 entry on the US Billboard Hot 100, peaking at number 14. "Don't Start Now" was certified gold in Brazil, Italy, New Zealand, Spain, and the United Kingdom.

An accompanying music video for "Don't Start Now" premiered through Lipa's official YouTube channel on 1 November. It was directed by Nabil and depicts the singer passing through both a basement club and a masked ball. In promotion of the single, Lipa has performed "Don't Start Now" on The Graham Norton Show and Sunrise, as well as at awards ceremonies such as the 2019 MTV Europe Music Awards, the American Music Awards of 2019 and the ARIA Music Awards of 2019.

Background[edit]

"I chose to put this song out first so I could close one chapter of my life and start another. Into a new era with a new sound! It's about moving on and not allowing anyone to get in the way of that. It also felt like a natural first song choice as I made it with the brilliant same crew I made 'New Rules' with.

– Lipa, on her decision to choose "Don't Start Now" as the lead single from Future Nostalgia.[10]

Following the release of the expanded edition of her debut album, Dua Lipa: The Complete Edition (2018), Lipa announced a new single titled "Swan Song". The song was released on 24 January 2019, in support of the film Alita: Battle Angel (2019), and achieved moderate commercial success. Lipa stated at the time that she was in the writing process for an upcoming second studio album.[11]

"Don't Start Now" was written by Lipa, Caroline Ailin, Emily Warren and its producer Ian Kirkpatrick. The group had previously worked together on "New Rules", the sixth single from her eponymous debut studio album (2017). Lipa felt that the release of the song was a "natural" choice that would allow her to start a new chapter in her life, and chose it to be the lead single from Future Nostalgia.[10]

In October, she removed all of her social media posts in preparation for the release of the song.[12] "Don't Start Now" was then officially announced on 22 October, and was released worldwide on 1 November.[13][14] Following the release of the song, Future Nostalgia and its accompanying concert tour were announced in December.[15]

Composition[edit]

"Don't Start Now" is a Eurodance-influenced nu-disco track.[16] According to the sheet music of the song published at Musicnotes.com by Sony/ATV Music Publishing, "Don't Start Now" is composed in the key of B Minor and follows a midtempo of 124 beats per minute.[17] Lipa's vocal range spans from the key of A3 to D5.[17]

"Don't Start Now" runs for three minutes and three seconds, and has been described by music critics as a disco song.[2][3] The production features Lipa's "low-ish register [gliding] across [...] synths and electro-violin stabs", as well as the use of a "hollow, cowbell-like percussion".[18] Lyrically, "Don't Start Now" addresses an ex-lover about moving on from a relationship, with Lipa singing on the pre-chorus: "If you don’t wanna see me dancing with somebody / If you wanna believe that anything could stop me".[10]

Critical reception[edit]

Pitchfork's editor Matthew Strauss wrote that the "French bloghouse" production suited Lipa and praised the singer for eschewing vocal modulation, saying "her voice sounds stronger than ever".[18] Brittany Spanos of Rolling Stone believed the song took Lipa's sound to "a higher level" and that she "finally finds her pop footing," regarding it as "the peak of pop catharsis," and among 2019's "most glamorous new tunes" and "strongest bass lines."[2] Paste's Rachita Vasandani commented, "It's funky and fun...—what else do we need?"[19]

In his review for Clash, Robin Murray viewed the track as "a super-infectious disco burner", noting "a Chic flavour to the songwriting, given a chrome-plated 2019 overhaul."[20] DIY's reviewer deemed it "an empowerment bop" and "funkier number than her former fare, replete with the kind of bass line Mark Ronson would be proud of."[21] Jon Caramanica of The New York Times found the song "effective but not overambitious", arguing that Lipa sells its "kiss-off sentiment with rhythm but not punch."[3]

Year-end lists[edit]

Publication Rank Ref.
Billboard
41
Idolator
1
Time
5

Commercial performance[edit]

Asia and Oceania[edit]

In Israel, "Don't Start Now" peaked atop of the Media Forest chart.[25] The single entered the Japan Hot 100 chart at number 90, then later peaked at number 79.[26] On the Lebanese Top 20, it entered at number 14, and later peaked at number eight.[27] "Don't Start Now" entered and peaked at number seven on the RIM chart in Malaysia, and at number six on the RIAS chart in Singapore.[28][29] The song entered the Gaon Digital Chart in South Korea at number 152, and later peaked at number 113.[30]

"Don't Start Now" also experienced commercial success in Oceania. In Australia, it peaked at number two in its sixth week on the chart, her joint-highest charting single in the country alongside "New Rules".[31] The song also peaked at number 3 on the Recorded Music NZ chart in New Zealand, where it was certified gold for the sale of 15,000 units.[32][33]

Europe[edit]

In the United Kingdom, "Don't Start Now" entered the UK Singles Chart at number two, retaining this position for three consecutive weeks. It fell to number four in its fourth week on the chart, where it spent two weeks in this position. The song then rose from number four to three in its sixth week on the chart.[34] "Don't Start Now" was certified gold by the British Phonographic Industry (BPI) for the sale of 400,000 units.[35]

Similarly, the single was commercially successful throughout the rest of Europe. In Austria, it became Lipa's fourth single to appear inside the top twenty of the Ö3 Austria Top 40 chart, debuting at number 12 and peaking at number six.[36] The song entered the Ultratop chart in the Flanders region of Belgium at number 12, peaking at number two in its fourth week on the chart.[37] It also entered the Ultratop chart in the Wallonia region of Belgium at number 39, rising to number seven in its seventh week on the chart.[38] "Don't Start Now" entered at number 93 on the Croatian Airplay Chart. It later peaked at number one and remained atop of the chart for four consecutive weeks.[39] In the Czech Republic, it peaked at number 10 on the Singles Digitál Top 100 chart, and at number six on the Rádio Top 100 chart.[40][41] On its second week on the Hitlisten chart in Denmark, the song peaked at number 12.[42] The single debuted and peaked at number six on the Eesti Ekspress chart in Estonia.[43] In Finland, "Don't Start Now" entered the The Official Finnish Charts at number 20, and peaked at number 13 in its fourth week on the chart.[44] The song peaked at number 33 on the SNEP chart in France.[45] In Germany, it entered the GfK Entertainment Charts at number 26. It then rose to number 21 a week later, and went on to peak at number 10 in its tenth week on the chart.[46]

"Don't Start Now" entered and peaked at number 11 on the Greek International Digital chart.[47] In Hungary, it peaked at number three on the Single Top 40 chart, and at number two on the Stream Top 40 chart.[48][49] The song also became Lipa's fourth number one single in Ireland, after it debuted atop of the Irish Singles Chart.[50] In Iceland, it peaked at number 31 on the Tonlist chart.[51] In Italy, the single peaked at number 11 on the FIMI Singles chart.[52] On the LAIPA chart in Latvia, "Don't Start Now" entered and peaked at number five.[53] In Lithuania, the song peaked at number two on the AGATA chart.[54] It entered and peaked at number four on the Luxembourg Digital Song Sales chart.[55] In the Netherlands, the single peaked at number four on the Dutch Top 40 chart and at number six on the Single Top 100 chart.[56][57] The song was the 68th highest selling single of 2019 in the country.[58] "Don't Start Now" peaked at number nine on the VG-lista chart in Norway.[59] On the Polish Airplay Top 100 chart, the song entered at number 47. It later peaked at number four.[60] The single also entered and peaked at number 15 on the AFP chart in Portugal.[61] In Russia, "Don't Start Now" peaked at number seven on the Tophit airplay chart.[62] On the Airplay 100 chart in Romania, the song peaked at number eight.[63] In Slovakia, the single peaked at number three on the Singles Digitál Top 100 chart and at number 22 on the Rádio Top 100 chart.[64][65] It also entered the top forty on the PROMUSICAE charts in Spain, entering and peaking at number 25.[66] It was later certified gold for the sale of 20,000 units.[67] In Sweden, "Don't Start Now" entered and peaked at number 12 on the Sverigetopplistan chart.[68] The song also peaked at number seven on the Swiss Hitparade, and at number 20 on the Tophit airplay chart in Ukraine.[69][70]

Americas[edit]

In the United States, "Don't Start Now" became Lipa's third top 40 on the US Billboard Hot 100, where it entered the chart at number 30.[71] After fluctuating for several weeks, the track rebounded to a new peak of number 14. It also became her fifth top ten on the Dance/Mix Show Airplay chart, after it rose from number 18 to number five in its 30 November 2019 issue. It would eventually reach number one in its 28 December 2019 issue, resulting in her third number one single on this chart.[72] [73] It also became her eighth number one on Billboard’s Dance Club Songs Chart in its 4 January 2020 issue.[74] It remained number one for a second consecutive week on the chart in its 11 January issue. The song also entered and peaked at number 15 on the US Rolling Stone Top 100 chart.[75] In Canada, "Don't Start Now" entered at number 16 on the Canadian Hot 100 chart. It later peaked at number 10.[76]

In Argentina, the song entered on the Argentina Hot 100 chart at number 61. It then rose to number 33 two weeks later.[77] In Brazil, the song entered the Top 100 Brasil chart at a low position of 84 and rose to number 75 the following week.[78] Despite this, "Don't Start Now" performed well in the country and was certified gold by Pro-Música Brasil, for the sale of 20,000 units.[79] It also reached the top forty in Colombia, peaking at number 31 on the National-Report chart.[80] On the National-Report chart in Ecuador, the single entered at number 32. It rose to number three the following week.[81]

Music video[edit]

The music video premiered on 1 November and was teased by a trailer upon the release of the song.[82] It was directed by Nabil. The video takes place in two different settings: a basement club and a masked ball, this last one with the appearance of models Alexandra Elizabeth Ljadov and Yasmin Wijnaldum.[83] The singer is seen passing through both while dancing and singing.[84] A lyric video was uploaded to her official YouTube channel on 15 November.

Live performances[edit]

Lipa performed "Don't Start Now" for the first time on The Graham Norton Show on 1 November 2019.[85] On 3 November, the singer performed the song at the 2019 MTV Europe Music Awards.[86][87] On 10 November, Lipa performed the single on singing competition show The Voice of Germany.[88] On 15 November, Lipa performed the song alongside a full set from her debut album at The Pointe in Dubai, and in Mumbai as part of the OnePlus Music Festival a day later.[89][90] Lipa also performed the song at the American Music Awards of 2019 and the ARIA Music Awards of 2019.[91][92] On 28 November, Lipa performed the song on Australian morning television show Sunrise.[93] On 4 December, Lipa performed the single at the 2019 Mnet Asian Music Awards in Japan.[94] On 17 December, Dua Lipa performed the song on the finale of The Voice[95][96] and on 19 December she performed the single on The Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon.[97][98] The following day the song was performed on American morning television show Good Morning America.[99] In addition, Lipa performed the song on Dick Clark's New Year's Rockin' Eve 2020.[100] On 9 January, the song was performed by Lipa on The Ellen DeGeneres Show.

Track listing[edit]

Digital download[101]
No.TitleLength
1."Don't Start Now"3:03
Digital download – Dom Dolla Remix[102]
No.TitleLength
1."Don't Start Now" (Dom Dolla Remix)3:31
Digital download – Kungs Remix[103]
No.TitleLength
1."Don't Start Now" (Kungs Remix)3:36
Digital download – Purple Disco Machine Remix[104]
No.TitleLength
1."Don't Start Now" (Purple Disco Machine Remix)3:37
Digital download – Zach Witness Remix [Malibu Mermaids Version][105]
No.TitleLength
1."Don't Start Now" (Zach Witness Remix [Malibu Mermaids Version])4:52

Credits and personnel[edit]

Credits adapted from Tidal.[106]

  • Dua Lipa – vocals, songwriting
  • Caroline Ailin – songwriting, vocal production
  • Ian Kirkpatrick – production, songwriting, engineering, programming, vocal production
  • Emily Warren – songwriting
  • Elijah Marrett-Hitch – mix engineering
  • Drew Jurecka – bass violin, string arranging, recording engineering, viola, violin
  • Chris Gehringer – mastering
  • Josh Gudwin – mixing
  • Ali Khazaee – typography

Charts[edit]

Certifications[edit]

Region Certification Certified units/sales
Brazil (Pro-Música Brasil)[79] 2× Platinum 80,000*
Italy (FIMI)[128] Gold 25,000double-dagger
New Zealand (RMNZ)[33] Gold 15,000*
Spain (PROMUSICAE)[67] Gold 20,000*
United Kingdom (BPI)[35] Gold 400,000double-dagger

*sales figures based on certification alone
double-daggersales+streaming figures based on certification alone

Release history[edit]

Country Date Format Label Ref.
Various 31 October 2019 Warner [129]
United Kingdom 1 November 2019 Contemporary hit radio [130]
United States 5 November 2019 [131]

See also[edit]

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