Dua Lipa Announces Disco-Themed Album To Arrive In 2020

Dua Lipa

Dua Lipa changes up her sound with a forthcoming album she describes as “nostalgic” and “disco-themed.”

The 24-year-old pop songstress and global superstar has promised that her highly-anticipated sophomore effort will contain a funkier vibe than her previous projects, perfect for getting down on the dance floor, stating “It’s quite nostalgic and disco elements but I wanted it to sound fresh, new and still current but I’m experimenting and having fun. It’s a very fun, nostalgic disco-related album.”

Dua’s dance roots run deep, as she’s already worked with Martin Garrix, Calvin Harris and Silk City. Her most recent production “Don’t Start Now” is a taste of what’s to come … highly influenced by past musical eras. Listen to her newest song in anticipation of her album, coming courtesy of Warner Music, below.

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Dua Lipa Returns With ‘Don’t Start Now’: Listen

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Dua Lipa‘s lead single, “Don’t Start Now,” off her second and upcoming album is here, and it’s everything fans wished for and much more.

The exciting, catchy and dancefloor-ready track coming courtesy of Warner Music is a sassy farewell message to her former flame, who she doesn’t miss. “I’m all good already/ So moved on, it’s scary/ I’m not where you left me at all,” she muses before leading up to the explosive hook, demanding “Don’t start caring about me now.” The production follows in the dance floor footsteps of her recent #1 Billboard dance charters “One Kiss” with Calvin Harris and “Electricity” with Silk City and “Don’t Start Now” is the Disco of the lot.

Back in April, the singer tweeted that she was working on her second album, and has been seen in the studio with Nile Rodgers and Pharrell Williams among other stars. “DL2,” as she and her fans affectionately call the highly-anticipated collection, as of yet have has no official title or release date. Until that drops, check out “Don’t Start Now” from Dua Lipa, who sports a completely new look featured its official video below.

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Dua Lipa Announces New Music Is Coming Soon

Dua Lipa

After almost two years since her debut album, Dua Lipa is back in the game and telling fans that her newest project is coming up shortly.

Yesterday (October 1st), the UK native took to twitter, sharing three selfies with the caption “A new era! Thank you for your patience. See you soon #DL2.”

 

#DL2 will be the first collection of new songs released by the 24-year-old since her 2017 eponymous debut effort, which included her breakthrough hit “New Rules.” Since then, she’s created massive collaborations with Calvin Harris on “One Kiss” and Silk City (Diplo and Mark Ronson) on “Electricity.” Back in April, the singer tweeted that she was in the studio working on her second effort and that it would specifically include “a lot more live instrumentation.” Following through on that promise, she’s been seen in the studio with Chic’s Nile Rodgers and Pharrell Williams.

Though the release date for #DL2 has not yet been announced fans should stay tuned for more information regarding the project.

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CamelPhat + Jake Bugg’s ‘Be Someone’ Obtains Power Pick On Billboard’s Dance Chart

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After previously holding down the #38* Hot Shot Debut position on the Billboard Dance Club Songs chart, CamelPhat and Jake Bugg‘s collaboration “Be Someone” has jumped to being the #28* Power Pick on this week’s survey.

The production/DJ duo of Dave Whelan and Mike Di Scala teamed up with the English singer/songwriter to create a song that isn’t overwhelming but still shares an important message about figuring out what the listener thinks they need to be. Bugg’s lyrics float atop the instrumental as he recites “When you’re dressing up/Still it’s not enough/Who you tryna impress man/Needy for some love/Here to be someone/Tryna be someone.” The Columbia Records-released effort also features a solid 4×4 beat and a repetitive melody that keeps audiences entranced in the overall package.

“Be Someone” comes as the first drop since CamelPhat signed their new deal with the Sony-owned music company and is also a fitting follow-up to their work with Calvin Harris and his revamped 2019 edition of “I’m Not Alone.” Listen to this week’s #28* Power Pick on the Billboard Dance Club Songs chart below.

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Camelphat Signs To Columbia Records + Drops New Single: Listen

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With the release of “Be Someone”, Camelphat christens their newly signed, major label relationship with Columbia Records.

The first single to drop from the UK-based house music duo’s forthcoming full length under their new agreement with prestigious Sony Music, the mesmerizing club culture / dance radio-friendly release features haunting vocals from Jake Bugg that chronicle the struggles and strife of ones life as he sings “When you’re dressing up/Still it’s not enough/Who you tryna impress man/Needy for some love/Here to be someone/Tryna be someone”.

CamelPhat members’ Dave Whelan and Mike Di Scala set the stage for their new artist deal following their re-work on Calvin Harris‘ ten year anniversary release of “I’m Not Alone” Listen to their remix in celebration of the new domestic partnership below.

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Calvin Harris Goes Top5 On Billboard Dance Chart With ‘I’m Not Alone’

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Calvin Harris and the remake of his 2009 classic “I’m Not Alone” have made significant strides in the past few weeks in order earn its current position at #5 Billboard Dance Club Songs chart position. The effort follows the world-renowned deejay/remixer/producer/artist’s recent survey-topping #1* efforts “One Kiss” featuring Dua Lipa, “Promises” featuring Sam Smith, and March’s “Giant” with Rag ‘N’ Bone Man.

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What makes the 2019 Ultra/Columbia Records released version different from its decade-old original, is the revamped production that puts renewed focus on the instrumentation rather than vocal content. While the original lyrics have been significantly shaved down, there are still moments that include the now iconic content, “If I see a light flashing, could this mean that I’m coming home?/If I see a man waving, does this mean that I’m not alone?”

As part of the initial offering renewed club culture support comes in the form of remixes by UK DJ duo (and fellow Columbia Records artist) Camelphat as well as Thomas Schumacher, who put their own twists on “I’m Not Alone. Listen to the 2019 remake of the 2009 Calvin Harris classic which holds this week’s solid Top5 Billboard dance chart position below.

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Calvin Harris Vaults Into Billboard’s Dance Chart With ‘I’m Not Alone 2019’

Calvin Harris

Calvin Harris is taking another run at the Billboard Dance Club Songs chart with the revamp of his 2009 original “I’m Not Alone.” The Ultra/Columbia Records released track that moves from #14* to #9*, follows the Scottish deejay/remixer/producer/artist’s recent survey-topping #1* efforts “One Kiss” featuring Dua Lipa, “Promises” featuring Sam Smith, and March’s “Giant” with Rag ‘N’ Bone Man.

The Grammy winning musician took his decade-old classic and updated it for contemporary audiences by accentuating the instrumentals and pulling back the lyrics to just include “If I see a light flashing, could this mean that I’m coming home?/If I see a man waving, does this mean that I’m not alone?” These changes result in a more dance floor ready than radio-friendly style.

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Harris’s re-release of “I’m Not Alone” arrived courtesy of his own remix slant followed by additional Camelphat versions and Thomas Schumacher has also put his own spin on the 2009 drop ranging from Progressive to Acid vibes. Listen to the 2019 edition of “I’m Not Alone” below.

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Calvin Harris, NGHTMRE, Martin Garrix + More To Take Over EDC Week At Hakkasan

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In advance of this weekend’s Electric Daisy Carnival the festivities begin on the Speedway as the Las Vegas Strip promises loads of artists dropping in and throwing down major sets in more intimate settings.

Hakkasan Group will host a number of DJs across its properties, including Hakkasan Nightclub, OMNIA Nightclub, JEWEL, 1OAK, Liquid, and Wet Republic. As the opening act for its new grid ceiling display, Calvin Harris will be performing at the centerpiece venue on May 18th. Furthermore, on the 16th, NGHTMRE will host a brunch for 10 winners selected at random via ticket purchase followed by a VIP experience with bottle service at LIQUID Pool.

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Fans may join international superstar, Martin Garrix, at the single release party for his new poolside smash, “Summer Days” featuring Macklemore and Fall Out Boy singer, Patrick Stump. The Dutch DJ will perform his fresh seasonal anthem among a portfolio of other hits while pool-goers enjoy branded giveaways.

More opportunities are available for festival goers to see their favorite artists including Porter Robinson, Zedd, Illenium, Tiesto, Steve Aoki and many others. For more information and to purchase tickets to events, visit the official group website here.

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Billboard Dance Chart Update [5.18.19]

Following late-April back-to-back #1* Dance Club Song charters for Ariana Grande and Oliver Heldens ft Shungudzo PRO MOTION and the Billboard DJ panel move into May with P!nk (#8*) Calvin Harris (#14*) Omar Veluz (#27*) Alan Walker ft Sabrina Carpenter (#31*) Ava Max (#42* Hot Shot Debut) and Khalid ft Disclosure (#2 Breakout) with Jennifer Lopez serviced last week and the brand new Mark Ronson release to follow!

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P!NK 
‘WALK ME HOME’ (RCA)

Following her #1* dance charters’ What About Us, Beautiful Trauma and Secrets the ERIC KUPPER + DIRTY DISCO versions jump #13* – #8* with the new DINAIRE + BISSEN mixes released earlier today.


CALVIN HARRIS
‘I’M NOT ALONE 2019’ (Columbia)

The Scottish-born deejay/remixer/producer/artist with the his re-imagined EXTENDED + CAMELPHAT mixes vault into this week’s Billboard Top 15 from #23* to #14* 


OMAR VELUZ
‘SEND ME AN ANGEL’ (Quinn Coleman Music)

The Billboard DJ panel has taken this West Coast independent artist’s debut single under its wings as with PERRY TWINS, DIRTY WERK, QUINN COLEMAN mixes jump #32* – #27*


ALAN WALKER FT SABRINA CARPENTER
‘ON MY WAY’ (RCA)

Launched on the strength of the DIRTY DISCO versions, the recently released ROBERT EIBACH remixes propel the Norwegian/American collaboration from #42* Hot Shot Debut to #31*


AVA MAX
‘SO AM I’ (Atlantic)

From #2 BREAKOUT to #42* HOT SHOT DEBUT the American singer/songwriter follows up her #1* dance single, Sweet But Psycho, with the DEEPEND remix collection


KHALID FT DISCLOSURE
‘TALK’ (RCA)

The 21 year old, super-star vocalist returns to club culture – produced and mixed by UK duo DISCLOSURE – following his #1* Billboard dance charting Silence with Marshmello


Calvin Harris’ ‘I’m Not Alone 2019’ Hits The Billboard Dance Top 50

Calvin Harris

Locking down this week’s #49* Debut position on the Billboard Dance Club Songs chart is Calvin Harris and the rework of his 2009 classic “I’m Not Alone.” The Scottish born deejay/remixer/producer/artist’s latest North American offering follows suit to his recent #1* Billboard dance charting singles ‘One Kiss’ featuring Dua Lipa, ‘Promises’ featuring Sam Smith, and last month’s ‘Giant’ featuring Rag ‘N’ Bone Man.

The 10-year anniversary take on the Columbia Records-released song features an updated production courtesy of the Grammy winning artist, who updates the recording for a more classic House music crowd by dialing back the original vocals in order to shine a light on the newfound instrumentals. To elaborate, the opening lyrics, “If I see a light flashing, could this mean that I’m coming home?/If I see a man waving, does this mean that I’m not alone?” aren’t uttered until almost halfway through the track.

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Calvin’s re-issue is also accompanied by remixes from fellow world-class DJ/producers CamelPhat and Thomas Schumacher who put their own musical spins on the 2009 drop – ranging from Progressive to Acid vibes.

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