On May 25, the renowned singer Dua Lipa released his single ‘Dance the Night’, the first official song from the movie’Barbie’, which will feature his participation in a special role.
The film directed by the famous actress and director Greta Gerwig, who received awards for her direction in ‘Little Women’ (2019), will be released in movie theaters next July 21.
The ‘One Kiss’ artist, who will play the ‘Barbie Mermaid’, He surprised his followers through his Instagram account by publishing the first 23 seconds of the single, as a promotion for his new video clip, which is now available on all music platforms.
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The topic, which is already complete over a million views on YouTube in less than 24 hours, it was written with Mark Ronson, Andrew Wyatt and Caroline Ailin, producers and writing partners of the British singer.
What most attracts the attention of the single is its disco style and references to the 70s that the superstar uses on a recurring basis, as he demonstrated on May 23 when he launched ‘The holiday’, his new clothing line in collaboration with designer Donatella Versace.
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In fact, several of her outfits appear in the video clip, such as the iconic silver skirt and jacket set that stood out on the catwalk held in France during the Cannes Film Festival.
The composition of Dua Lipa will be part of a special album, because according to the recent announcement by the producer Warner Bros, the film will feature artists like Karol G, Charlie XCX, Lizzo, Ice Spice, Haim and Nicki Minaj to interpret the songs that will accompany the protagonists, Margot Robbie and Ryan Gosling, in their role as ‘Barbie’ and ‘Ken’.
Undoubtedly, a world-class conglomerate that could perfectly well be the poster child for a music festival.
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