Dua Lipa To Release ‘Moonlight Edition’ of Her ‘Future Nostalgia’ Album

The momentum behind Dua Lipa’s #1, Grammy-nominated record Future Nostalgia isn’t over yet! Dua will be releasing a new “Moonlight Edition” of the album this Friday, February 12th, with eight bonus tracks.

Future Nostalgia came out in March 2020, which made it the perfect disco-inspired escape from feeling trapped in quarantine. Hits like “Break My Heart” and “Physical” definitely made it less boring to stay inside! Dua released a remix album, Club Future Nostalgia, in September 2020, featuring remixes from the likes of Madonna and Gwen Stefani. 

The Moonlight Edition will feature previously unreleased songs “We’re Good,” “If It Ain’t Me,” “That Kind of Woman,” and “Not My Problem,” a collaboration with J.I.D. Speaking of collaborations, “Prisoner” with Miley Cyrus, the “Levitating” remix with DaBaby, “UN DÍA” with J. Balvin, Bad Bunny, and Tainy, and “Fever” with Angèle, which originally appeared on a special bonus release combining FN and Club Future Nostalgia, also made the tracklist. 

Dua revealed the tracklist via Twitter last week:

Next month, we’ll find out if Future Nostalgia takes home the Album of the Year or Pop Vocal Album Grammy awards, and if “Don’t Start Now” will win for Best Pop Vocal Performance, Record of the Year, or Song of the Year. Dua is also expected to perform on the show!

Are you excited for this new chapter of the Future Nostalgia era?

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