Dua Lipa (album)

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Dua Lipa
Dua Lipa wearing a scaled jacket, resting her head on her hand with wet hair over a blue-purple background. Her name and the album's title appear at the bottom in big block white letters.
Standard edition cover art. Other editions use the same photo with different backgrounds.
Studio album by
Released2 June 2017 (2017-06-02)
Recorded2013–2017
StudioVarious (see below)
Genre
Length40:43
LabelWarner Bros.
Producer
Dua Lipa chronology
The Only
(2017)
Dua Lipa
(2017)
Live Acoustic
(2017)
Dua Lipa studio album chronology
Dua Lipa
(2017)
Future Nostalgia
(2020)
Singles from Dua Lipa
  1. "New Love"
    Released: 21 August 2015
  2. "Be the One"
    Released: 30 October 2015
  3. "Last Dance"
    Released: 9 February 2016
  4. "Hotter than Hell"
    Released: 6 May 2016
  5. "Blow Your Mind (Mwah)"
    Released: 26 August 2016
  6. "Lost in Your Light"
    Released: 21 April 2017
  7. "New Rules"
    Released: 15 July 2017
  8. "Homesick"
    Released: 1 December 2017
  9. "IDGAF"
    Released: 12 January 2018

Dua Lipa is the self-titled debut studio album by English singer Dua Lipa, released on 2 June 2017 through Warner Bros. Records. After finishing school in 2013, Lipa took a gap year to look for a music manager and eventually begin her career. She ultimately signed with Ben Mawson of Tap Management and began working on the album that year, to eventually get signed to Warner Bros. Records in 2015. She worked on the album until 2017, enlisting the help of many producers, including, Ian Kirkpatrick, Stephen "Koz" Kozmeniuk and TMS. Dua Lipa is primarily a dance-pop and dark pop record, with elements of acoustic R&B, electro-funk, synth-pop and tropical house.

Dua Lipa was supported by the release of multiple singles. Sleeper hit "Be the One" and "IDGAF" both entered the top 10 of the UK Singles Chart, with the former of which becoming her first. "Hotter than Hell" gave Lipa her first UK Singles Chart entry, eventually peaking at number 15 and "Blow Your Mind (Mwah)" gave Lipa her first US Billboard Hot 100 entry, peaking at number 72. "New Rules" was the most successful single from the album, giving Lipa her first UK Singles Chart number 1 and first Billboard Hot 100 top 10 entry, where it peaked at number 6. The album was further promoted with Lipa embarking on The Self-Titled Tour in 2017 and 2018.

Dua Lipa was commercially successful, peaking at number 3 on the UK Albums Chart and number 27 on the US Billboard 200. The album also entered the top 10 of 13 territories worldwide. It received generally favorable reviews from critics, with many praising Lipa's voice. The album also appeared on multiple year-end lists. It was nominated for British Album of the Year at the 2018 Brit Awards, while "New Rules" and "IDGAF" were nominated for British Single of the Year. The album is currently the most streamed female album on Spotify with 7.22 Billion streams. After the album's release, Lipa won the Grammy Award for Best New Artist at the 61st Annual Grammy Awards. As of 2020, the album has sold over 4 million copies worldwide.

In October 2018, the album was re-issued titled Dua Lipa: Complete Edition, that included previously released singles, "No Lie" by Sean Paul featuring Lipa, "Scared to Be Lonely" with Martin Garrix, "One Kiss" with Calvin Harris and "Electricity" with Silk City. All singles were commercially successful, reaching the top 20 of the UK Singles Chart. The re-issue also included three unreleased tracks, including "Kiss and Make Up" with Blackpink, which became a successful album track entering the UK Singles Chart and US Billboard Hot 100.

Background and release[edit]

Lipa relocated from living with her parents in Kosovo back to England at the age of 15, with the intent to pursue music as a career.[1] Without family, she took up residence in Camden, London, and shared a flat with a friend, re-enrolling at Sylvia Young Theatre School part-time.[2] Lipa networked as she hostessed at nightclubs and began modelling; she starred in a 2013 X Factor commercial that brought wider exposure.[3]

Upon completing her studies at Parliament Hill School, Lipa decided to take a gap year and resolved to find a music manager—which came to fruition as her demos caught the attention of Ben Mawson and she inked a major-label deal with Warner Bros. Records before the year was through.[1][4][5] Work on her debut album began immediately in 2013 as Mawson arranged sessions with a string of collaborators, and Lipa seeking a sound marrying that of J. Cole and Nelly Furtado.[6][7] Work continued throughout 2016 as Lipa travelled to promote released music in the United States.[8] She confirmed that she had continued to work on the album in 2017 and that she was in the studio with MNEK.[9]

In July 2016, Lipa announced that the album would be released on 30 September of that year as well as revealing the cover art. However, the cover art received unfavorable reviews from fans and critics.[10] The following month, Lipa updated the cover art and pushed the release date back to 10 February 2017. Rachel Sonis of Idolator described the cover art as "minimal yet smoldering" and features Lipa in a scaly jacket, staring into the camera with wet hair covering one side of her face.[11] In January 2017, the album was delayed a second time to 2 June, with the intention to include "new songs and exciting collaborations."[12]

I want people to see a piece of me. I want people to have an insight into everything that's happened over the last few years while I was writing the album and actually really get to know me. I want people to have that feeling and I want people to know that they're not alone in all this and that we all go through the same fucking shit. For this album I want to be as truthful as possible. The reason it is self-titled is because this album is me. Its a pure representation of who I am as a person and as an artist.

— Lipa on the album.[13][11]

Music and lyrics[edit]

When I had taken interest with my own music, I would listen to Nelly Furtado, P!nk and Destiny's Child, but as I grew older I found my love for hip hop. This album has a mixture of that and a heavy influence with hip hop. Where I like to sing the rap, so I start my verses that are very fast paced then you hear a pop chorus.

— Lipa on the album's direction.[14]

Dua Lipa is primarily a pop record,[15][16] encompassing dance-pop and dark pop genres,[17][18] with acoustic R&B, electro-funk, synth-pop and tropical house elements.[19][20] It opens with "Genesis", an R&B track with a 1980s electro-guitar.[21][22] The song has break up and religious themes, where Lipa apologizes to a lover for being on the road too often.[20][23][24] The following track, "Lost in Your Light", features American singer Miguel, and is an old-school dance-pop,[25] electropop,[26] power pop,[27] synth-pop,[28] and R&B song.[29] Including soulful vocals and a techno beat, the song is about true infatuation.[21][30][31] "Hotter than Hell" sees Lipa taunting an ex-lover who cannot resist her.[32] Its production includes hip hop-influenced verses and pop choruses, as well as marimbas and steelpans.[33][34][35] Musically, the song includes dancehall elements,[16] and blends dance-pop,[34] disco,[36] EDM,[15] electropop,[37] R&B-house,[38] and tropical house genres.[39]

"Be the One", which Lipa describes as about "self belief, perseverance, and fighting for what you want," sees her pleading for a romantic redemption with her boyfriend after a falling out.[40][41] A Europop, power pop and synth-pop song,[32][38][42] it includes gospel and dream pop elements,[43][44] as well as tropical R&B beats, electropop riffs and 1980s grooves.[21][45][46] "IDGAF", which is short for "I Don't Give a Fuck," is a pop song where Lipa uses a deadpan vocal delivery.[21][27] Backed by military drums and electro riffs, the song is a middle finger to an ex.[18][24][47] "Blow Your Mind (Mwah)" is an electropop and nu-disco track about embracing oneself and not listening to others to fit into a criteria.[29][39][48] The song includes tropical and indie beats and bubblegum pop and K-pop synths and vocally, Lipa blows a kiss at the end of the chorus.[27][45][49][50]

"Garden" is a soulful Eurovision-style electropop power ballad with betrayal and religious themes.[21][30][51] In the song, Lipa acts as a reflective girlfriend at the end of a relationship, over a stormy production with apocalyptic drums.[23][52] "No Goodbyes" is a dark electropop song about a failing relationship.[23][30][53] "Thinking 'Bout You" is a bluesy acoustic R&B and retro-soul ballad.[51][54][55] A stripped-back song, it is accompanied by an acoustic guitar and lyrically, it paints a picture of loss.[27][45][56] In "New Rules", Lipa gives herself a set of rules to get over an ex.[57] A tropical house, EDM and electropop song,[15][58] it includes drum and horn instrumentation and bashment elements.[18] "Begging" is a synth-heavy tropical house song with upbeat melodies and 1980s elements.[39][57][59] The album closes with "Homesick", a duet with Chris Martin of Coldplay. A piano ballad, it is about being away from family.[39][60]

The deluxe edition of Dua Lipa contains five additional tracks. "Dreams" is a tropical house and dance song with synthesizers and horns, drawing influence from the 1980s.[22][39][57] The song speaks about crushing on someone irresistible.[61] "Room for 2", which Lipa describes as "a scary kid’s nursery rhyme," is a dark, dreamy, and soulful ballad with lyrics about karma.[61][62][63][64] The lead single, "New Love", is a soul-tinged synth-pop ballad with R&B inflections and a tribal drum beat.[38][65][66][67] According to Lipa, the song is about "facing the fear of losing the only thing that matters to you."[68] "Bad Together" is a groovy song with electronic pings and African drums.[22][61][69] The final deluxe track, "Last Dance", is chillwave, synth-pop and post-EDM song, with lyrics that discuss an intense relationship that could crash at any moment.[70][71][72][73]

The complete edition of Dua Lipa contains seven extra tracks. "Want To" is a dark pop song with moody synths and electro vocals.[22][61][74] "Running" contains vocal pleas and strong accompaniments.[74] "Kiss and Make Up", a collaboration with Blackpink, is an electropop and dance song with bass synths.[75][76][77] "One Kiss" with Calvin Harris is blend of many genres, including dance-pop, deep house, diva house, Eurodance, funk house and tropical house.[78] Silk City collaboration, "Electricity", is a piano-driven dance-pop and house song.[79][80][81] "Scared to Be Lonely" with Martin Garrix is a future bass and EDM song that sees Lipa pondering whether a relationship is legit.[82][83] Sean Paul song, "No Lie", a reggae-tinged tropical pop track featuring Lipa appears as the last track on Dua Lipa: Complete Edition.[84]

Promotion[edit]

Dua Lipa with her arms out singing into a microphone. She wears a white shirt and red plaid pants.
Lipa performing on the The Self-Titled Tour.

On 20 December 2016, Lipa released a documentary short film produced by The Fader teamed up with YouTube Music and directed by Robert Semmer, titled See in Blue. The documentary details her journey in music thus far and shows off her true, new self—who she has been working to become. Intent on authenticity and influenced by the likes of J. Cole and Nelly Furtado, her dreams of making a pop album that defines her as an artist have come true.[85][86] To promote the album, Lipa embarked on The Self-Titled Tour, which became her most successful tour to date.[87]

Singles and other songs[edit]

"New Love" was released as the album's lead single on 21 August 2015.[88] A music video directed by Nicole Nodland for the song was released.[89] Remixes by Jarreau Vandal and Para One were also released.[90] "Be the One" was released on 30 October 2015 as the second single from the album.[91] Although it didn't initially chart, it became a sleeper hit in 2016 after being picked up by radio stations in Germany and later across Europe.[32] In 2017, the song became Lipa's first UK Top 10 single after it reached number nine on the UK Singles Chart.[92] The song received double platinum certifications in Australia, Italy, the Netherlands and Poland and received platinum certifications in Belgium and the United Kingdom.[93] The song received two music videos. The first was directed by Nodland and filmed in Soho, London.[94] The second was directed by Daniel Kaufman and created in partnership between Lexus and Vevo and Ansel Elgort appears as Lipa's love interest.[95][96] "Last Dance" was released as the third single on 9 February 2016.[97] The song received remixes by Stefan Ponce and Coucheron and a music video directed by Jon Brewer and Ian Blair.[98][99]

"Hotter than Hell" was released on 6 May 2016 as the fourth single.[100] The song became Lipa's first entry on the UK Singles Chart, where it peaked at number 15.[92] It was certified Platinum in the Netherlands and the United Kingdom and gold in Australia.[101] She performed the song on her US TV debut on The Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon.[36] The song received a music video, directed by Emil Nava, that was filmed at a warehouse in London.[102] "Blow Your Mind (Mwah)" was released as the fifth single on 26 August 2016, alongside the pre-order of the album.[11] It was also serviced to contemporary hit radio in the United States on 20 September 2016 as the first American single from the album.[103] The song reached number 30 on the UK Singles Chart and gave Lipa her first US Billboard Hot 100 entry, where it peaked at number 72.[92][104] Its music video was directed by Kinga Burza and it received remixes by Alex Metric and Karma Kid.[105][106] On 28 October 2016, the first promotional single "Room for 2" was released. An accompanying music video was released a week later on Hunger TV's YouTube channel.[107]

"No Lie" by Sean Paul featuring Lipa was released for Paul's EP Mad Love the Prequel on 18 November 2016 and was later included on Dua Lipa: Complete Edition.[108] It received a music video that was directed by Tim Nackashi.[109] The song reached number 10 on the UK Singles Chart.[92] The second promotional single, "Thinking 'Bout You", was released on 6 January 2017.[110] It received a music video, directed by Jake Jelicich and a remix by Decco.[111][112] Lipa's collaboration with Martin Garrix, "Scared to Be Lonely", was released on 27 January 2017 and was later included on Dua Lipa: Complete Edition.[113] The song was a commercial success, reaching number 14 and 76 on the UK Singles Chart and US Billboard Hot 100 respectively, while also being certified platinum in both countries.[92][104][114][115] It was promoted with a music video, directed by Blake Claridge.[116]

The album's sixth single, "Lost in Your Light" featuring Miguel, was released on 21 April 2017.[117] It was promoted with remixes by B-Case and DJ Rasimcan as well as a music video, directed by Henry Scholfield.[118][119] The reached number 86 on the UK Singles Chart and received a silver certification from the British Phonographic Industry (BPI).[92][120] "New Rules" was serviced to contemporary hit radio in the United Kingdom on 15 July 2017, as the seventh single from the album.[121] It was a commercial success, becoming Lipa's first number one on the UK Singles Chart and first top ten entry on the US Billboard Hot 100, where it peaked at number six.[92][104] It received platinum and multi-platinum certifications in Australia, Canada, the United Kingdom and the United States.[122] The song was nominated for British Single of the Year at the 2018 Brit Awards and was promoted with several live performances, including ones on The Ellen DeGeneres Show, Jimmy Kimmel Live! and at the 2018 Billboard Music Awards.[123][124][125][126] Its Schofield-directed music video was also successful, being nominated for British Video of the Year and Best Choreography respectively at the 2018 Brit Awards and 2018 MTV Video Music Awards.[123][127][128]

On 1 December 2017, "Homesick" was released digitally as the eighth single from the album.[129] Later that month, it was sent for airplay in Belgium and the Netherlands.[130] The song was promoted with live performances, including one on Saturday Night Live.[131] On 16 November 2017, it was announced that "IDGAF" would be pushed as the album's ninth and final single.[132] It was serviced to contemporary hit radio in the United Kingdom on 12 January 2018.[133] The song reached number three on the UK Singles Chart and number 49 on the US Billboard Hot 100.[92][104] It was additionally certified 4x platinum in Australia and Canada and double platinum in Italy, the United Kingdom and the United States.[134] It was promoted with a music video, that was also directed by Scholfield and a BBC Radio 1 live performance collaboration with Charli XCX, Zara Larsson, Alma and .[135][136] It received two remix EPs, that include remixes by Young Franco and featuring Saweetie.[137][138]

Lipa's collaborations with Calvin Harris, "One Kiss", and Silk City, "Electricity", are included on Dua Lipa: Complete Edition. The former was released on 6 April 2018 to commercial success, reaching the summit of the UK Singles Chart and number 26 on the US Billboard Hot 100.[92][104][139] It received many remixes, including one by R3hab and a music video directed by Nava.[140][141] The latter reached number 4 and 62 respectively on the UK Singles Chart and US Billboard Hot 100.[92][104] It was originally released on 6 September 2018 for Silk City's EP of the same name, with a music video directed by Bradley & Pablo.[142] "Want To" was also released on 6 September 2018 as a promotional single from Dua Lipa: Complete Edition. The song was released in promotion of Lipa's collaboration with Jaguar.[143] It reached number 82 in Australia and 52 in Ireland.[144][145] Despite not being released as a single, "Kiss and Make Up" with Blackpink was commercially successful, reaching 36 and 93 on the UK Singles Chart and US Billboard Hot 100 respectively.[92][104] It received a silver, gold and platinum certification in the United Kingdom, Italy and Australia respectively.[146]

Critical reception[edit]

Professional ratings
Aggregate scores
SourceRating
AnyDecentMusic?6.9/10[147]
Metacritic72/100[148]
Review scores
SourceRating
AllMusic4/5 stars[51]
Clash8/10[18]
DIY3/5 stars[23]
The Guardian3/5 stars[15]
musicOMH3.5/5 stars[27]
NME4/5 stars[16]
Q3/5 stars[149]
Tom Hull – on the WebB+ ((2-star Honorable Mention)(2-star Honorable Mention))[150]

Dua Lipa received generally positive reviews from music critics. At Metacritic, which assigns a normalised rating out of 100 to reviews from mainstream publications, the album received an average score of 72, based on eight reviews.[148] Alex Green of Clash lauded it as "a debut album brimming with confidence, confidence not only in Lipa's own voice and her eye for a chorus, but in the emotive quality of her lyrics."[18] Neil Z. Yeung of AllMusic praised the album as "a delightful collection of catchy pop gems where the songs only serve to highlight her vocal prowess" and "an excellent first effort from a budding pop star".[51] Writing for NME, Jamie Milton wrote that Lipa's voice "could make the thickest synths seem tame in comparison and carries a 20-a-day raspiness capable of making heartfelt ballads sound edgy", adding that "it's equally impressive to hear how confidently the debut holds itself together, flitting between styles but always shining a spotlight on a legitimate pop sensation."[16] Tom Hull said there is "a bit of gravity in her voice, nothing spectacular in the arrangements, but catchy enough and grows on you."[150]

Ben Hogwood of musicOMH referred to Lipa's "powerful and distinctive" voice as "one of the most distinctive you will hear in pop music currently", while commenting that "[t]he only potential issue with her approach lies in the production behind the songs". Hogwood concluded that "the hope is that her talents will get more room and less post-production time."[27] Kate Solomon of Q magazine praised Lipa's voice as "very, very good" and opined, "What makes this album more than just a load of precision-engineered musical nothingness between a series of tentpole singles is Lipa herself. Songs that in other hands would be little more than throwaway filler swell into anthems for girls who can't stop falling in love."[149] In a mixed review, The Guardian's Hannah J. Davies stated that "[d]espite a few generic offerings", the album is "a solid pop debut that is high on summery nonchalance".[15] DIY writer Alim Kheraj remarked that "across the album's 12 tracks there are bangers aplenty", but ultimately found that a lot of the album "feels overthought and calculated".[23]

Year-end lists[edit]

Dua Lipa on year-end lists
Publication List Rank Ref.
Billboard 50 Best Albums of 2017 43 [151]
Complex The Best Albums of 2017 35 [152]
Fuse The 20 Best Albums of 2017 18 [153]
Pitchfork The 20 Best Pop and R&B Albums of 2017 20 [154]
Rolling Stone 20 Best Pop Albums of 2017 9 [155]
Melty Best Pop Albums of the Year
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Awards and nominations[edit]

Awards and nominations for Dua Lipa
Year Organization Award Result Ref.
2017 BBC Music Awards Album of the Year Nominated [157]
2018 Brit Awards British Album of the Year Nominated [158]
Hungarian Music Awards Foreign Pop/Rock Album or Soundtrack of the Year Nominated [159]
LOS40 Music Awards International Album of the Year Won [160]

Commercial performance[edit]

Dua Lipa debuted at number five on the UK Albums Chart, selling 16,223 copies in its first week.[161] Following Lipa's appearance at the 2018 Brit Awards, the album reached a new peak position of number three, with 9,518 copies sold.[162] Dua Lipa was certified double platinum by the British Phonographic Industry (BPI), having sold 623,084 units in the UK.[163] Following the release of the Complete Edition on 19 October 2018, the album jumped from number 56 to number nine on the UK Albums Chart, selling 7,651 copies.[164] In the United States, Dua Lipa debuted at number 86 on the Billboard 200,[165] before peaking at number 27 in February 2018 with 15,000 copies sold.[166] As of April 2020, the album had sold 4 million units worldwide.[163]

Track listing[edit]

Dua Lipa – Standard edition[167]
No.TitleWriter(s)Producer(s)Length
1."Genesis"
3:25
2."Lost in Your Light" (featuring Miguel)
3:23
3."Hotter than Hell"
3:07
4."Be the One"
  • Digital Farm Animals
  • Tarrant[c]
3:22
5."IDGAF"
  • Kozmeniuk
  • Principato[d]
  • Blackwood[c]
3:37
6."Blow Your Mind (Mwah)"Levine2:58
7."Garden"
  • Kozmeniuk
  • Wells
3:47
8."No Goodbyes"
3:36
9."Thinking 'Bout You"
  • Lipa
  • Adam Argyle
Kozmeniuk2:51
10."New Rules"Kirkpatrick[e]3:29
11."Begging"
3:14
12."Homesick"Bill Rahko3:50
Total length:40:43
Dua Lipa – Deluxe edition (bonus tracks)[168]
No.TitleWriter(s)Producer(s)Length
13."Dreams"
Ten Ven3:40
14."Room for 2"
Ten Ven3:28
15."New Love"
  • Haynie
  • Wyatt
4:31
16."Bad Together"TMS3:58
17."Last Dance"
Kozmeniuk3:48
Total length:60:08
Dua Lipa – Italian special edition (bonus tracks)[169]
No.TitleWriter(s)Producer(s)Length
13."Dreams"
  • Lipa
  • Neville
  • Grimes
Kozmeniuk3:40
14."Bang Bang"Sonny BonoKozmeniuk2:17
Total length:43:00
Dua Lipa – Japanese edition (bonus tracks)[170]
No.TitleWriter(s)Producer(s)Length
18."Hotter than Hell" (Miike Snow remix)
  • Lipa
  • Midgley
  • Baxter
  • O'Connell
4:12
19."For Julian"White3:36
Total length:67:56
Dua Lipa – Japanese special edition (bonus tracks)[171]
No.TitleWriter(s)Producer(s)Length
20."New Rules" (Initial Talk remix)
  • Ailin
  • Warren
  • Kirkpatrick
3:44
21."IDGAF" (Initial Talk remix)
  • Lipa
  • MNEK
  • Principato
  • Stonestreet
  • Waters
  • Kozmeniuk
  • Principato[d]
  • Blackwood[c]
  • Initial Talk[f]
3:27
22."IDGAF" (Hazers remix)
  • Lipa
  • MNEK
  • Principato
  • Stonestreet
  • Waters
4:00
Dua Lipa – Austrian, German and Swiss edition[172]
No.TitleWriter(s)Producer(s)Length
1."Genesis"
  • Lipa
  • Schuller
  • Hudson
  • Coffee
3:25
2."Last Dance"
  • Lipa
  • Kozmeniuk
  • Riley
Kozmeniuk3:48
3."Hotter than Hell"
  • Lipa
  • Midgley
  • Baxter
  • O'Connell
  • Kozmeniuk
  • Reynolds[a]
  • Neville[c]
3:07
4."Be the One"
  • Taylor
  • Digital Farm Animals
  • Tarrant
  • Digital Farm Animals
  • Tarrant[c]
3:22
5."IDGAF"
  • Lipa
  • MNEK
  • Principato
  • Stonestreet
  • Waters
  • Kozmeniuk
  • Principato[d]
  • Blackwood[c]
3:38
6."Blow Your Mind (Mwah)"
  • Lipa
  • Levine
  • Christy
Levine2:58
7."New Love"
  • Lipa
  • Haynie
  • Wyatt
  • Haynie
  • Wyatt
4:31
8."Garden"
  • Lipa
  • Wells
  • Douglas
  • Kozmeniuk
  • Wells
3:47
9."Thinking 'Bout You"
  • Lipa
  • Argyle
Kozmeniuk2:51
10."Room for 2"
  • Lipa
  • Neville
  • Rowe
Ten Ven3:28
11."Lost in Your Light" (featuring Miguel)
  • Lipa
  • Miguel
  • Nowels
  • Kozmeniuk
  • Miguel
  • Blackwood[c]
3:23
12."No Goodbyes"
  • Lipa
  • Traynor
  • Robbins
  • Juber
  • Kozmeniuk
  • Grades[d]
3:36
13."New Rules"
  • Ailin
  • Warren
  • Kirkpatrick
Kirkpatrick[e]3:32
14."Begging"
  • Lipa
  • Salimando
  • Flannigan
  • Simon
3:14
15."Homesick"
  • Lipa
  • Martin
Rahko3:50
16."Dreams"
  • Lipa
  • Neville
  • Grimes
Ten Ven3:40
17."Bad Together"
  • Lipa
  • Grimes
  • Barnes
  • Kohn
  • Kelleher
TMS3:58
Total length:60:08
Dua Lipa: Complete Edition – Disc one[173]
No.TitleWriter(s)Producer(s)Length
1."Genesis"
  • Lipa
  • Schuller
  • Hudson
  • Coffee
3:25
2."Lost in Your Light" (featuring Miguel)
  • Lipa
  • Miguel
  • Nowels
  • Kozmeniuk
  • Miguel
  • Blackwood[c]
3:23
3."Hotter than Hell"
  • Lipa
  • Midgley
  • Baxter
  • O'Connell
  • Kozmeniuk
  • Reynolds[a]
  • Neville[c]
3:07
4."Be the One"
  • Taylor
  • Digital Farm Animals
  • Tarrant
  • Digital Farm Animals
  • Tarrant[c]
3:22
5."IDGAF"
  • Lipa
  • MNEK
  • Principato
  • Stonestreet
  • Waters
  • Kozmeniuk
  • Principato[d]
  • Blackwood[c]
3:38
6."Blow Your Mind (Mwah)"
  • Lipa
  • Levine
  • Christy
Levine2:58
7."Garden"
  • Lipa
  • Wells
  • Douglas
  • Kozmeniuk
  • Wells
3:47
8."No Goodbyes"
  • Lipa
  • Traynor
  • Robbins
  • Juber
  • Kozmeniuk
  • Grades[d]
3:36
9."Thinking 'Bout You"
  • Lipa
  • Argyle
Kozmeniuk2:51
10."New Rules"
  • Ailin
  • Warren
  • Kirkpatrick
Kirkpatrick[e]3:32
11."Begging"
  • Lipa
  • Salimando
  • Flannigan
  • Simon
3:14
12."Homesick"
  • Lipa
  • Martin
Rahko3:50
13."Dreams"
  • Lipa
  • Neville
  • Grimes
Ten Ven3:40
14."Room for 2"
  • Lipa
  • Neville
  • Rowe
Ten Ven3:28
15."New Love"
  • Lipa
  • Haynie
  • Wyatt
  • Haynie
  • Wyatt
4:31
16."Bad Together"
  • Lipa
  • Grimes
  • Barnes
  • Kohn
  • Kelleher
TMS3:58
17."Last Dance"
  • Lipa
  • Kozmeniuk
  • Riley
Kozmeniuk3:48
Total length:60:08
Dua Lipa: Complete Edition – Disc one Japanese edition (bonus tracks)[174]
No.TitleWriter(s)Producer(s)Length
18."Hotter than Hell" (Miike Snow Remix)
  • Lipa
  • Midgley
  • Baxter
  • O'Connell
4:12
19."For Julian"
  • Lipa
  • White
White3:36
20."New Rules" (Initial Talk Remix)
  • Ailin
  • Warren
  • Kirkpatrick
3:44
21."IDGAF" (Initial Talk Remix)
  • Lipa
  • MNEK
  • Principato
  • Stonestreet
  • Waters
  • Kozmeniuk
  • Principato[d]
  • Blackwood[c]
  • Initial Talk[f]
3:27
22."IDGAF" (Hazers Remix)
  • Lipa
  • MNEK
  • Principato
  • Stonestreet
  • Waters
4:00
Total length:67:56
Dua Lipa: Complete Edition – Disc two[173]
No.TitleWriter(s)Producer(s)Length
1."Want To"
  • Lipa
  • Amish Dilipkumar Patel
  • Andrew Jackson
  • Kozmeniuk
  • ADP
3:31
2."Running"
  • Lipa
  • Wyatt
Kozmeniuk3:41
3."Kiss and Make Up" (with Blackpink)
Banx & Ranx3:09
4."One Kiss" (with Calvin Harris)Harris3:34
5."Electricity" (with Silk City)3:58
6."Scared to Be Lonely" (with Martin Garrix)
  • Garrix
  • Valley Girl
  • Tuinfort
  • Blackwood
3:40
7."No Lie" (Sean Paul featuring Dua Lipa)
3:41
8."New Rules" (live)
  • Ailin
  • Warren
  • Kirkpatrick
  • Reynolds
  • Will Bowerman[d]
4:35
Total length:29:53

Notes

  • ^[a] signifies an additional producer
  • ^[b] signifies an additional vocal producer
  • ^[c] signifies a vocal producer
  • ^[d] signifies a co-producer
  • ^[e] signifies a main and vocal producer
  • ^[f] signifies a remixer
  • On the Japanese edition of the album, "New Love" is shortened by 30 seconds, giving it a runtime of 4:01.

Credits and personnel[edit]

Standard and deluxe editions[edit]

Credits adapted from the liner notes of Dua Lipa (Deluxe).[175]

Recording locations[edit]

  • Sarm Music Village, London (vocals on tracks 1, 5 and 9)
  • Pulse, Los Angeles (track 1)
  • TaP / Strongroom 7, London (tracks 13 and 14; vocals on tracks 2–4, 6, 7, 10–12 and 15–17)
  • Paramount, Los Angeles (tracks 2 and 5)
  • KasaKoz, Toronto (tracks 3 and 17)
  • Sony/ATV (track 4)
  • The Synagogue, Los Angeles (track 6)
  • Rocket Carousel, Culver City, California (vocals on track 7)
  • Wendyhouse, London (track 8)
  • HyGrade, London (track 8)
  • Modulator Music, Canada (tracks 9 and 11)
  • Zenseven, Woodland Hills, California (track 10)
  • NRG, North Hollywood, California (track 10)
  • Atlantic, Los Angeles (track 10)
  • Comic Sands, Los Angeles (track 11)
  • Woodshed, Malibu, California (track 12)
  • The Music Shed, London (track 16)

Musicians[edit]

  • Dua Lipa – vocals (all tracks); backing vocals (tracks 4, 11)
  • Andreas Schuller – keyboards, percussion (track 1)
  • Leroy Clampitt – guitar (track 1)
  • Miguel – drums, percussion, bass, vocals (track 2)
  • Rick Nowels – electric guitar, keyboards (track 2)
  • Stephen "Koz" Kozmeniuk – guitar (track 2); drums (tracks 2, 3, 5, 8, 9); synths (tracks 2, 5, 9); keyboards (tracks 3, 8, 17); bass (tracks 5, 8, 9, 11); piano (track 5); additional drums, synth programming (track 11); programming (tracks 11, 17); backing vocals (track 17)
  • Dean Reid – percussion, synth bass, electric guitar, keyboards (track 2)
  • Mighty Mike – live drums (track 2)
  • Zac Rae – piano, synths (track 2)
  • Jay Reynolds – additional keyboards (track 3)
  • Aadin Church – backing vocals (track 3)
  • Talay Riley – backing vocals (tracks 3, 17)
  • Lucy Taylor – backing vocals (track 4)
  • Jack Tarrant – guitar (track 4)
  • MNEK – additional backing vocals (track 5)
  • Todd Clark – additional backing vocals (track 5)
  • Larzz Principato – guitar (track 5)
  • Jon Levine – keyboards, Rhodes, bass, guitar, drum programming (track 6)
  • Greg Wells – piano, drums, bass, synths (track 7)
  • Grades – keyboards, programming, drums (track 8)
  • Adam Argyle – guitar (track 9)
  • Ian Kirkpatrick – programming (track 10)
  • Cara Salimando – backing vocals (track 11)
  • James Flannigan – piano, drums, drum programming, synth strings, percussion, programming (track 11)
  • Chris Martin – additional vocals, piano (track 12)
  • Tom Neville – percussion, programming (track 13); keyboards (tracks 13, 14)
  • Tom Barnes – drums (track 16)
  • Pete Kelleher – keyboards (track 16)
  • Ben Kohn – guitar (track 16)
  • Matt Vlahovich – additional keyboards (track 17)

Technical[edit]

  • Axident – production (track 1)
  • Big Taste – additional production (track 1)
  • Lorna Blackwood – additional vocal production (track 1); vocal production (tracks 2, 5)
  • Cameron Gower Poole – additional vocal production (track 1); engineering (track 9)
  • Jeff Gunnell – engineering assistance (tracks 1, 5)
  • Tim Burns – mixing (tracks 1, 13, 14)
  • John Davis – mastering (tracks 1, 3–5, 7, 8, 11–17)
  • Miguel – production (track 2)
  • Stephen "Koz" Kozmeniuk – production (tracks 2, 3, 5, 7–9, 17); additional production (track 11)
  • Manny Marroquin – mixing (tracks 2, 15)
  • Chris Galland – mix engineering (track 2); mixing assistance (track 15)
  • Jeff Jackson – mix engineering assistance (track 2)
  • Robin Florent – mix engineering assistance (track 2)
  • Kieron Menzies – engineering (track 2)
  • Dean Reid – engineering (track 2)
  • Trevor Yasuda – engineering (track 2)
  • Chris Garcia – engineering (track 2)
  • Chris Gehringer – mastering (tracks 2, 6, 10)
  • Jay Reynolds – additional production (track 3); mixing (track 7)
  • Tom Neville – vocal production (track 3)
  • Michael Sonier – engineering assistance (tracks 3, 17)
  • Serban Ghenea – mixing (tracks 3, 4, 6, 16)
  • John Hanes – engineering for mix (tracks 3, 4, 6, 16)
  • Digital Farm Animals – production (track 4)
  • Jack Tarrant – vocal production (track 4)
  • Evelyn Yard – recording (track 4)
  • Larzz Principato – co-production (track 5)
  • Josh Gudwin – mixing (tracks 5, 10, 11)
  • Joel Peters – engineering (track 5)
  • Jon Levine – production, engineering (track 6)
  • Greg Wells – production, engineering (track 7)
  • Grades – co-production, vocal recording (track 8)
  • Matty Green – mixing (tracks 8, 9, 17); mastering (track 9)
  • Olly Thompson – engineering assistance (track 9)
  • Ian Kirkpatrick – production, vocal production, engineering (track 10)
  • James Flannigan – production (track 11)
  • Suzy Shinn – additional vocal production (track 11)
  • Matt Deutchman – production co-ordination (track 11)
  • Bill Rahko – production, engineering (track 12)
  • Jordan "DJ Swivel" Young – mixing (track 12)
  • Aleks von Korff – engineering assistance (track 12)
  • Ten Ven – production (tracks 13, 14)
  • Emile Haynie – production (track 15)
  • Andrew Wyatt – production (track 15)
  • Ike Schultz – mixing assistance (track 15)
  • TMS – production (track 16)

Complete Edition[edit]

Credits adapted from the liner notes of Dua Lipa: Complete Edition.[176]

Musicians[edit]

  • Dua Lipa – vocals (all tracks)
  • ADP – programming (track 1)
  • Stephen "Koz" Kozmeniuk – drum programming (track 1); synth, bass, drums, programming (track 2)
  • Andrew Wyatt – piano (track 2)
  • Blackpink – vocals (track 3)
  • Chelcee Grimes – backing vocals (track 3)
  • Yannick Rastogi – drums, bass, synths, keys, programming (track 3)
  • Zacharie Raymond – drums, bass, synths, keys, programming (track 3)
  • Thomas Wesley Pentz – instrumentation, programming (track 5)
  • Mark Ronson – instrumentation, programming (track 5)
  • Philip Meckseper – instrumentation, programming (track 5)
  • Maxime Picard – instrumentation, programming (track 5)
  • Clément Picard – instrumentation, programming (track 5)
  • Jacob Olofsson – instrumentation, programming (track 5)
  • Rami Dawod – programming (track 5)
  • Frank van Essen – violin, strings (track 6)
  • Sean Paul – vocals (track 7)
  • Will Bowerman – musical direction, arrangement, drums (track 8)
  • Kai Smith – guitar, keyboards (track 8)
  • Matthew Carroll – bass guitar, keyboards (track 8)
  • Ciara O'Connor – backing vocals (track 8)
  • Naomi Scarlett – backing vocals (track 8)

Technical[edit]

  • ADP – production, engineering (track 1)
  • Stephen "Koz" Kozmeniuk – production (tracks 1, 2)
  • Jamie Snell – mixing (track 1)
  • Chris Gehringer – mastering (tracks 1, 3, 5, 8)
  • Matty Green – mixing (track 2)
  • John Davis – mastering – mastering (track 2)
  • Banx & Ranx – production (track 3)
  • Jamie Snell – mixing (track 3)
  • Yong in Choi – engineering (track 3)
  • Calvin Harris – production, mixing (track 4)
  • Mike Marsh – mastering (track 4)
  • Silk City – production (track 5)
  • The Picard Brothers – additional production (track 5)
  • Jarami – additional production (track 5)
  • Riton – additional production (track 5)
  • Alex Metric – additional production (track 5)
  • Jr Blender – additional production (track 5)
  • Josh Gudwin – mixing (track 5); original mix (track 8)
  • Hunter Jackson – mixing assistance (track 5)
  • Will Quinnell – mastering assistance (track 5)
  • Martin Garrix – production, engineering (track 6)
  • Valley Girl – production (track 6)
  • Giorgio Tuinfort – production (track 6)
  • Lorna Blackwood – production (track 6)
  • J.P. Negrete – engineering (track 6)
  • Cameron Gower Poole – engineering (track 6)
  • Sermstyle – production (track 7)
  • Pip Kembo – co-production (track 7)
  • James Royo – mixing (track 7)
  • Paul Bailey – engineering (track 7)
  • Barry Grint – mastering (track 7)
  • Ian Kirkpatrick – original production (track 8)
  • Jay Reynolds – live version production, live version mixing (track 8)
  • Will Bowerman – co-production (track 8)
  • Will Nicholson – recording, engineering, front of house (track 8)
  • Alex Cerutti – monitors (track 8)
  • Jon Bond – backline technician (track 8)
  • Richie Mills – backline technician (track 8)

Charts[edit]

Certifications[edit]

Certifications and sales for Dua Lipa
Region Certification Certified units/sales
Australia (ARIA)[228] Gold 35,000double-dagger
Belgium (BEA)[229] Gold 15,000*
Brazil (Pro-Música Brasil)[230] 3× Platinum 120,000double-dagger
Canada (Music Canada)[231] 2× Platinum 160,000double-dagger
Denmark (IFPI Denmark)[232] Platinum 20,000double-dagger
France (SNEP)[233] Gold 50,000double-dagger
Italy (FIMI)[234] Gold 25,000*
Netherlands (NVPI)[235] Platinum 40,000^
New Zealand (RMNZ)[236] 2× Platinum 30,000^
Norway (IFPI Norway)[237] 2× Platinum 40,000*
Poland (ZPAV)[238] Gold 10,000*
Russia (NFPF)[239] 3× Platinum 60,000*
Sweden (GLF)[240] Gold 20,000^
United Kingdom (BPI)[241] 2× Platinum 623,084[163]
United States (RIAA)[242] Platinum 1,000,000double-dagger

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

Release history[edit]

Release dates and formats for Dua Lipa
Region Date Format(s) Edition Label Ref.
Various 2 June 2017
  • CD
  • LP
  • digital download
Standard Warner Bros. [167]
  • CD
  • digital download
Deluxe [168]
Austria
  • CD
  • LP
  • digital download
Standard [172]
Germany
Switzerland
Japan CD Japanese Warner [170]
Italy 20 October 2017 Special [169]
Japan 25 April 2018 [171]
Various 19 October 2018
  • CD
  • LP
  • digital download
Complete Warner Bros. [173]
Japan CD Japanese Complete Warner [174]

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