Edited by: Odleen Catherny
Dua Lipa revealed that the release of her new album ‘Future Nostalgia’ had been move forward to this Friday (March 27).
According to NME, the album was initially scheduled to come out on April 3, but the singer tearfully announced the news of the early release during an emotional Instagram Live session on the afternoon of March 23.
Speaking through tears, she suggested that the global chaos caused by the Covid-19 pandemic played a part in the change.
She said that she wanted to talk about her album and every time she did it, she would get quite emotional and felt like she have been welling up a little bit, just a lot over the past couple of weeks because of the uncertainty over everything.
She added that she have been conflicted about putting music out whether it is the right thing to do because people are suffering.
As she paused and cried she claimed that she really didn’t want to do it.
However she hoped the album would bring everyone some happiness and could make everyone smiling and dancing.
Apart from that, she also hoped that it would make everyone proud of her.
Earlier this week, Dua confirmed that her next single from the album will be called ‘Break My Heart’. The song was due to arrive on Friday, but has now been pushed forwards to Wednesday (March 25).