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Listen to new Dua Lipa bilingual pop collab with BLACKPINK: ‘Kiss and Make Up’
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Dua Lipa has shared her latest track ‘Kiss and Make Up’, the long-awaited collaboration with K-Pop megastars BLACKPINK.

The track – and the identity of Dua Lipa’s collaborators – had been subject to speculation after the ‘New Rules’ singer teased the release on Twitter. Her use of a black heart emoji and a pink heart emoji and five angel emojis – one for her and each of the four BLACKPINK members – fuelled rumours.

‘Kiss and Make Up’ is the first time the performers have worked together and includes both English and Korean vocals. Listen to the track below.

‘Kiss and Make Up’ is included in the super deluxe edition of Dua Lipa’s acclaimed self-titled debut album, which was released today (October 19). The extended version of the record also includes the Silk City (Mark Ronson and Diplo) collaboration ‘Electricity’, ‘Want To’ and ‘Running’.

Lipa marked the re-release on Instagram, writing: “The complete edition is HERE!! What a ride it has been with so many unforgettable moments. So many incredible shows, trips and travels all over the world that this album has taken me on.

“So many kind and caring fans turned friends that I have been so lucky to be on this ride with. This is my parting gift to you. Enjoy it and let me know your favourite song! See you all very soon”.

Stream ‘Dua Lipa (Complete Edition)’ below.

Dua Lipa (Complete Edition), an album by Dua Lipa on Spotify

The serial collaborator has now worked with Miguel, BLACKPINK, Calvin Harris, Diplo, Martin Garrix and Sean Paul. Dua Lipa recently revealed her future dream collaborations would include Pink, Frank Ocean and Alicia Keys.

19/10/2018 13:07:51
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