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A Dua Lipa x 'Future Nostalgia (The Moonlight Edition)' appreciation post.

A Dua Lipa x 'Future Nostalgia (The Moonlight Edition)' appreciation post.

After bestowing much-needed happiness with her feel-good album 'Future Nostalgia' last year, Dua Lipa has continued to be the gift that never stops giving, today sharing 'The Moonlight Edition' - which includes three brand new songs, 'We’re Good', 'If It Ain’t Me' and 'That Kind Of Woman'.

So today, we are celebrating:

#1. 'If It Ain’t Me' is a highlight of the release, co-written by Tayla Parx.

#2. Dua discussed with Zane Lowe earlier today about why 'We’re Good' didn't make the final cut for the original album release: "I had to have something for the deluxe record. I needed a little bit of something. This one kind of came, I guess, towards the end of the process. And I wrote so many songs for 'Future Nostalgia' and there just came a point where I was like, the songs that I wanted on the record really had to fit the theme of there being the future element and the nostalgic element. And 'We're Good' kind of sets in the same kind of pop sensibility of the other songs that I was doing, but I didn't feel like was ready to be heard yet. And I was still working on it. It wasn't finished. And now it's time. That's it. It's always about me loving a song, feeling like it's authentic to me and the music that I make, but at the same time you never really know what's going to happen until that song's out, whether anyone's even going to like it. It's definitely a bit of a wild card for me, coming from the songs of 'Future Nostalgia' is vastly different, but still in the same world."

#3. Here's some more album insight from Dua herself:

#4. Dua and Miley's duet 'Prisoner' is included on the new release!

#5. And 'Levitating' featuring DaBaby:

Listen to 'Future Nostalgia (The Moonlight Edition)' below...

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