Dua Lipa attends the 2023 Met Gala celebrating ‘Karl Lagerfeld: A Line Of Beauty’ at The Metropolitan Museum of Art on May 1, 2023 in New York City.
In the September cover issue of French Vogue, Dua Lipa revealed that there was “a lot of duality in me”. Dua, who recently celebrated her 28th birthday on Tuesday August 22, recalled that her earliest memories were related to music. “It’s always been a huge part of my life,” she told the publication. “Not all music lovers enjoy performing in front of thousands of people.” As for the English and Albanian singer, Dua has always loved the performance. “Dancing, singing, inventing choreographies in the playground… As a child, I dreamed while falling asleep: ‘It would be incredible to play on a real stage…'”
As a fiery Leo, Dua shares that she likes to work because she always needs to be busy. The award-winning artist who is constantly traveling, release new songsAnd collaborate with luxury fashion brands it really means business. However, this does not mean that she devotes herself to her own business in her free time. Lipa tells French Vogue, “I never listen to my music. When I work on an album, it repeats itself, but the second it comes out, I don’t listen to it anymore unless it’s on the radio or in a club…”
Although she doesn’t listen to her own tracks, the pop star lists some of her “eclectic” musical tastes. She listens to Sting because she dad she loved him when she was younger. She also grew up listening to The Police, Stereophonics, Primal Scream, Pulp, Sade, “of course” David Bowie, Prince and Elton John. Dua also likes French and Spanish music.
Elsewhere in the interview, Dua shared her thoughts on homophobia and transphobia. Inasmuch as strong supporter of the LBTQIA+ community, Lipa told the publication that misogynists are those who are homophobic and transphobic. She adds: “A lot of people, deep down, are afraid of themselves. The freedom of others confronts him with what he does not have the courage to express.