List of songs recorded by Dua Lipa

English singer Dua Lipa began her music career in 2014, signing a record deal with Warner Bros. Records.[1] The following year, she released her debut single "New Love", followed by her eponymous debut studio album two years later.[2][3] Prior to the album's release, she released two extended plays (EP), Spotify Sessions (2016) and The Only (2017).[4][5] Of the 25 songs included on all editions of Dua Lipa, Lipa co-wrote 21.[6] The album encompassed dance-pop, electropop and R&B genres.[7][8] Many of the songs were produced by Stephen Kozmeniuk, however she worked a variety of songwriters and producers including Coldplay frontman Chris Martin, who co-wrote "Homesick", and Digital Farm Animals, who produced "Be the One". Collaborations on the record include "Lost in Your Light" featuring Miguel, "Kiss and Make Up" with Blackpink, "One Kiss" with Calvin Harris, "Electricity" with Silk City, "Scared to Be Lonely" with Martin Garrix and "No Lie" by Sean Paul featuring Lipa.[6] The singer released the EPs Live Acoustic (2017), which featured cover versions of songs by other artists, and Deezer Sessions (2019).[9][10] She also recorded "Swan Song" for the 2019 film Alita: Battle Angel and "High", a collaboration with Whethan, for the Fifty Shades Freed soundtrack.[11][12] In 2017 and 2020, Lipa featured on charity singles "Bridge over Troubled Water" and "Times Like These" as part of the Artists for Grenfell and Radio One Allstars, respectively.[13][14]

Dua Lipa performing in February 2018 for her Self-Titled Tour at the Hollywood Palladium in Los Angeles

Lipa's second studio album Future Nostalgia was released in March 2020, preceded by the singles, "Don't Start Now", "Physical" and "Break My Heart".[15] The album marked a change in sound for the singer encompassing a 1980s and Studio 54-influenced disco and pop sound, opting for more live instrumentation.[16][17][18][19] Lipa co-wrote every song on the record and collaborated with many of the same songwriters and producers as on her first album, as well as new ones including Tove Lo, who co-wrote "Cool", and Julia Michaels who co wrote "Pretty Please" as well as Lipa's collaboration with Angèle, "Fever".[20] To accompany the record, she released a remix album with the Blessed Madonna titled Club Future Nostalgia, that featured a remix of "Levitating" featuring Madonna and Missy Elliott as well as a remix of "Physical" featuring Gwen Stefani.[21] The project also included "Prisoner" by Miley Cyrus featuring Lipa, "Not My Problem" featuring JID, a remix of "Levitating" featuring DaBaby and "Un Dia (One Day)" with J Balvin, Bad Bunny and Tainy.[20]

SongsEdit

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Lipa and Angèle perform the duet "Fever" together.
 
Lipa and J Balvin collaborated on "Un Dia (One Day)".
 
Lipa collaborated with Blackpink on "Kiss and Make Up".
 
Lipa collaborated with the Blessed Madonna on Club Future Nostalgia.
 
Lipa is featured on Miley Cyrus' "Prisoner".
 
DaBaby is featured on a remix of "Levitating".
 
Lipa and Martin Garrix collaborated on "Scared to Be Lonely".
 
Chelcee Grimes has co-written four of Lipa's songs.
 
Lipa collaborated with Calvin Harris on "One Kiss".
 
Tove Lo co-wrote "Cool".
 
Madonna is featured on a remix of "Levitating".
 
Coldplay frontman Chris Martin co-wrote "Homesick".
 
Julia Michaels co-wrote "Fever" and "Pretty Please".
 
Miguel is featured on "Lost in Your Light".
 
Lipa is featured on the Studio 2054 remix of Kylie Minogue's "Real Groove".
 
MNEK co-wrote "IDGAF" and "If It Ain't Me".
 
Lipa is featured on Sean Paul's "No Lie".
 
Lipa and Mark Ronson collaborated on "Electricity" and Ronson also created a remix of Lipa's "Physical".
 
Emily Warren has co-written four of Lipa's songs.
Key
  Indicates a cover of another artist's previous work
# Indicates a remix of another artist's previous work
List of songs, showing featured performers, writers, originating album, and year released
Song Artist(s) Writer(s) Album Year Ref.
"Bad Together" Dua Lipa Dua Lipa
Chelcee Grimes
Tom Barnes
Ben Kohn
Peter Kelleher
Dua Lipa
(Deluxe edition)
2017 [22]
"Bang Bang"[a]   Dua Lipa Sonny Bono Dua Lipa
(Italian special edition)
2017 [23]
"Be the One" Dua Lipa Lucy Taylor
Digital Farm Animals
Jack Tarrant
Dua Lipa 2015 [24]
"Begging" Dua Lipa Dua Lipa
Cara Salimando
James Flannigan
Gabe Simon
Dua Lipa 2017 [24]
"Blow Your Mind (Mwah)" Dua Lipa Dua Lipa
Jon Levine
Lauren Christy
Dua Lipa 2016 [24]
"Boys Will Be Boys" Dua Lipa Dua Lipa
Kennedi
Justin Tranter
Jason Evigan
Future Nostalgia 2020 [25]
"Break My Heart" Dua Lipa Dua Lipa
Andrew Wotman
Ali Tamposi
Stefan Johnson
Jordan K. Johnson
Andrew Farriss
Michael Hutchence
Future Nostalgia 2020 [25]
"Bridge over Troubled Water"[b]   Artists for Grenfell[A] Paul Simon None 2017 [28]
"Can They Hear Us" Dua Lipa Dua Lipa
Clarence Coffee Jr.
Gully 2021 [29]
"Cool" Dua Lipa Dua Lipa
Camille Purcell
Shakka Philip
Ben Kohn
Tom Barnes
Pete Kelleher
Tove Lo
Future Nostalgia 2020 [25]
"Do I Wanna Know?"[c]   Dua Lipa Alex Turner BBC Radio 1's Live Lounge 2018 2018 [30]
"Don't Start Now" Dua Lipa Dua Lipa
Caroline Ailin
Emily Warren
Ian Kirkpatrick
Future Nostalgia 2019 [25]
"Dreams" Dua Lipa Dua Lipa
Tom Neville
Chelcee Grimes
Dua Lipa
(Deluxe edition)
2017 [22]
"Electricity" Silk City and Dua Lipa
featuring Diplo and Mark Ronson
Mark Ronson
Thomas Wesley Pentz
Diana Gordon
Romy Madley Croft
Dua Lipa
Philip Meckseper
Jacob Olofsson
Rami Dawod
Maxime Picard
Clément Picard
Electricity and Dua Lipa: Complete Edition 2018 [31]
"Fever" Dua Lipa and Angèle Dua Lipa
Ian Kirkpatrick
Julia Michaels
Caroline Ailin
Angèle
Jacob Kasher Hindlin
Future Nostalgia
(French edition)
2020 [32]
"For Julian" Dua Lipa Dua Lipa
Eg White
The Only 2017 [33]
"Future Nostalgia" Dua Lipa Dua Lipa
Jeff Bhasker
Clarence Coffee Jr.
Future Nostalgia 2019 [25]
"Garden" Dua Lipa Dua Lipa
Greg Wells
Sean Douglas
Dua Lipa 2017 [24]
"Genesis" Dua Lipa Dua Lipa
Andreas Schuller
Sarah Hudson
Coffee
Dua Lipa 2017 [24]
"Golden Slumbers"[d]   Dua Lipa John Lennon
Paul McCartney
Live Acoustic 2017 [34]
"Good in Bed" Dua Lipa Dua Lipa
Michel "Lindgren" Shulz
Melanie Joy Fontana
Taylor Upsahl
David Charles Marshall Biral
Denzel Michael-Akil Baptiste
Future Nostalgia 2020 [25]
"Hallucinate" Dua Lipa Dua Lipa
Samuel George Lewis
Sophie Frances Cooke
Future Nostalgia 2020 [25]
"High" Whethan and Dua Lipa Sarah Aarons
Jonathan Hill
Dua Lipa
Ethan Snoreck
Fifty Shades Freed 2018 [35]
"High, Wild & Free" Dua Lipa Dua Lipa
Toby Gad
Sarah Hudson
None 2018 [36]
"Homesick" Dua Lipa Dua Lipa
Chris Martin
Dua Lipa 2017 [24]
"Hotter than Hell" Dua Lipa Dua Lipa
Adam Midgley
Tommy Baxter
Gerard O'Connell
Dua Lipa 2016 [24]
"I'd Rather Go Blind"[e]   Dua Lipa Etta James
Ellington Jordan
Billy Foster
Live Acoustic 2017 [34]
"IDGAF" Dua Lipa Dua Lipa
MNEK
Larzz Principato
Skyler Stonestreet
Whiskey Waters
Dua Lipa 2017 [24]
"If It Ain't Me"[note 1] Dua Lipa Dua Lipa
Taylor Parks
Robin Oliver Frid
Uzoechi Emenike
Future Nostalgia: The Moonlight Edition 2021 [20]
"If Only" Andrea Bocelli
featuring Dua Lipa
Francesco Sartori
Mauro Malavasi
2018 [38]
"In the Room : Tears Dry on Their Own"[f]   Dua Lipa and Gallant Amy Winehouse
Nickolas Ashford
Valerie Simpson
Live Acoustic 2017 [34]
"I'm Not the Only One"[g]   Dua Lipa Sam Smith
James Napier
Spotify Sessions 2016 [39]
"Kiss and Make Up" Dua Lipa and Blackpink Dua Lipa
Chelcee Grimes
Yannick Rastogi
Zacharie Raymond
Mathieu Jomphe-Lepine
Marc Vincent
Teddy Park
Dua Lipa: Complete Edition 2018 [31]
"Last Dance" Dua Lipa Dua Lipa
Stephen "Koz" Kozmeniuk
Talay Riley
Dua Lipa
(Deluxe edition)
2016 [22]
"Levitating"[note 2] Dua Lipa Dua Lipa
Clarence Coffee Jr.
Sarah Hudson
Stephen Kozmeniuk
Future Nostalgia 2020 [25]
"Lost in Your Light" Dua Lipa
featuring Miguel
Dua Lipa
Miguel
Rick Nowels
Dua Lipa 2017 [24]
"Love Again" Dua Lipa Dua Lipa
Clarence Coffee Jr.
Stephen Kozmeniuk
Chelcee Grimes
Bing Crosby
Max Wartell
Irving Wallman
Future Nostalgia 2020 [25]
"Love is Religion"[note 3] Dua Lipa Dua Lipa
Clarence Coffee Jr.
Sarah Hudson
Uzoechi Emenike
Grades
Stephen Kozmeniuk
Club Future Nostalgia 2020 [21]
"My Love" Wale
featuring Major Lazer, Wizkid and Dua Lipa
Olubowale Akintimehin
Thomas Pentz
Clément Picard
Maxime Picard
Ayodeji Balogun
Eric Bellinger
Shine 2017 [41]
"My My My"[h]   Dua Lipa Troye Sivan Mellet
Brett McLaughlin
Oscar Görres
James Alan Ghaleb
Deezer Sessions 2019 [42]
"New Love" Dua Lipa Dua Lipa
Emile Haynie
Andrew Wyatt
Dua Lipa
(Deluxe edition)
2015 [22]
"New Rules" Dua Lipa Caroline Ailin
Emily Warren
Ian Kirkpatrick
Dua Lipa 2017 [24]
"No Goodbyes" Dua Lipa Dua Lipa
Dan Traynor
Lindy Robbins
Ilsey Juber
Dua Lipa 2017 [24]
"No Lie" Sean Paul
featuring Dua Lipa
Andrew Jackson
Emily Warren
Jamie "Sermstyle" Sanderson
Philip "Pip" Kembo
Sean Paul Henriques
Mad Love the Prequel and Dua Lipa: Complete Edition 2016 [31]
"Not My Problem" Dua Lipa
featuring JID
Dua Lipa
Clarence Coffee Jr.
Sarah Hudson
Stephen Kozmeniuk
Destin Choice Route
Future Nostalgia: The Moonlight Edition 2021 [20]
"One Kiss" Calvin Harris and Dua Lipa Adam Wiles
Jessie Reyez
Dua Lipa
Dua Lipa: Complete Edition 2018 [31]
"Physical"[note 4] Dua Lipa Dua Lipa
Jason Evigan
Clarence Coffee Jr
Sarah Hudson
Future Nostalgia 2020 [25]
"Pretty Please" Dua Lipa Dua Lipa
Julia Michaels
Caroline Ailin
Ian Kirkpatrick
Future Nostalgia 2020 [25]
"Prisoner" Miley Cyrus
featuring Dua Lipa
Miley Cyrus
Andrew Wotman
Jordan K. Johnson
Marcus Lomax
Stefan Johnson
Ali Tamposi
Jonathan Bellion
Michael Pollack
Dua Lipa
Plastic Hearts and Future Nostalgia: The Moonlight Edition 2020 [20]
"Real Groove (Studio 2054 Remix)" # Kylie Minogue and Dua Lipa Kylie Minogue
Teemu Brunila
Nico Stadi
Alida Garpestad
Real Groove 2020 [44]
"Rollin' / Did You See"[i]   Dua Lipa
featuring Miguel
Adam Wiles
Nayvadius Wilburn
Khalid Robinson
Momodou Jallow
Jonathan Mensah
BBC Radio 1's Live Lounge 2017 2017 [45]
"Room for 2" Dua Lipa Dua Lipa
Tom Neville
Autumn Rowe
Dua Lipa
(Deluxe edition)
2016 [22]
"Running" Dua Lipa Dua Lipa
Andrew Wyatt
Dua Lipa: Complete Edition 2018 [31]
"Scared to Be Lonely" Martin Garrix and Dua Lipa Martijn Garritsen
Georgia Ku
Nathaniel Campany
Kyle Shearer
Giorgio Tuinfort
Dua Lipa: Complete Edition 2017 [31]
"Sugar (Remix)" # Brockhampton
featuring Dua Lipa
Dua Lipa
Brian Casey
Chuks Chiejine
Ciarán McDonald
Dominique Simpson
Ian Simpson
Jabari Manwarring
Jermaine Dupri
Jonathan Buck
Manuel Seal Jr.
Matthew Champion
Romil Hemnani
Russell Boring
Ryan Beatty
Usher Raymond
William Wood
None 2020 [46]
"Swan Song" Dua Lipa Dua Lipa
Justin Tranter
Kennedi Lykken
Mattias Larsson
Robin Fredriksson
Thomas Holkenborg
None 2019 [47]
"That Kind of Woman"[note 5] Dua Lipa Dua Lipa
Justin Parker
Sam Dew
Clarence Coffee Jr
Future Nostalgia: The Moonlight Edition 2021 [20]
"The Hills"[j]   Dua Lipa Abel Tesfaye
Emmanuel Nickerson
Carlo Montagnese
Ahmad Balshe
BBC Radio 1's Live Lounge 2016 2016 [48]
"Thinking 'Bout You" Dua Lipa Dua Lipa
Adam Argyle
Dua Lipa 2017 [24]
"Times Like These"[k]   Live Lounge Allstars[B] Dave Grohl
Taylor Hawkins
Nate Mendel
Chris Shiflett
None 2020 [50]
"Un Dia (One Day)" J Balvin, Dua Lipa, Bad Bunny and Tainy Dua Lipa
José Álvaro Osorio Balvín
Benito Antonio Martínez Ocasio
Daystar Peterson
Marco Masís
Alejandro Borrero
Ivanni Rodriguez
Clarence Coffee Jr.
Future Nostalgia: The Moonlight Edition 2020 [20]
"Want To" Dua Lipa Dua Lipa
Amish Dilipkumar Patel
Andrew Jackson
Dua Lipa: Complete Edition 2018 [31]
"We're Good" Dua Lipa Dua Lipa
Sylvester Willy Sivertsen
Emily Warren
Scott Harris
Future Nostalgia: The Moonlight Edition 2021 [20]

Unreleased songsEdit

 
Lipa and Ariana Grande have an unreleased collaboration titled "Bad to You" that was later released without Lipa.
 
Normani is featured on an alternate version of "If It Ain't Me", which is currently unreleased.
 
Lipa and FKA Twigs collaborated on the currently unreleased "Why Don't You Love Me".
List of unreleased songs showing notes about them
Song Notes Ref.
"Bad To You" [52]
"Blame" [53]
"Down Boys"
  • Written by Lipa, Adriano Buffone and Amy Wadge
  • Registered with ASCAP
[54]
"Follow Me"
  • Written by Lipa, Christopher Paul Peers and Fraser T. Smith
  • Registered with ASCAP
[55]
"Good Times" [56]
"I'm Free" [57]
"Law of Attraction"
  • Kanye West song featuring Lipa, Ant Clemons, Nino Blu, and Kenny G
  • Intended for West's scrapped album Yandhi
  • Recorded in 2018
  • Leaked in October 2020
[58]
"Lions & Tigers & Bears"
  • Lipa's first demo
  • Uploaded to Lipa's SoundCloud in 2012
  • Produced by Ryan Laubscher
[59]
"Momentum" [60]
"On My Own"
  • Written by Lipa, James Thomas New and Josef Simon Sebastian Page
  • Registered with ASCAP
[61]
"Someone You're Not"
  • Written by Lipa, Adam Argyle and Iain James
  • Registered with ASCAP
[62]
"When It Comes To Us" [63]
"Why Don't You Love Me" [64]
"You Boy" [65]
"You the One" [66]

See alsoEdit

ReferencesEdit

NotesEdit

Notes for remixes

  1. ^ A version of "If It Ain't Me" featuring Normani was leaked, however it remains unreleased.[37]
  2. ^ A remix of "Levitating" by the Blessed Madonna appears on their remix album Club Future Nostalgia and serves as its lead single. It features Madonna and Missy Elliott who add new verses, which they wrote, replacing the second verse and middle eight. A second remix featuring DaBaby was released alongside the original as a single from Future Nostalgia. He adds a new intro and replaces the second verse with a new one, both of which he wrote.[40]
  3. ^ A remix of "Love Is Religion" by the Blessed Madonna appears on their remix album Club Future Nostalgia, however, the original version remains unreleased.
  4. ^ A remix of "Physical" featuring Hwasa was released in promotion of the song. It features her singing in Korean, replacing the first verse.[43] Another remix of the song by Mark Ronson was included on Lipa and the Blessed Madonna's remix album Club Future Nostalgia. It features the second verse re-recorded by Gwen Stefani.[21]
  5. ^ A remix of "That Kind of Woman" by Jacques Lu Cont was originally released on Lipa and the Blessed Madonna's remix album Club Future Nostalgia, prior to the original.[21]

Notes for covers

  1. ^ Cher cover
  2. ^ Simon & Garfunkel cover
  3. ^ Arctic Monkeys cover
  4. ^ The Beatles cover
  5. ^ Etta James cover
  6. ^ Amy Winehouse cover
  7. ^ Sam Smith cover
  8. ^ Troye Sivan cover
  9. ^ Mashup cover of Calvin Harris featuring Future and Khalid, and J Hus
  10. ^ The Weeknd cover
  11. ^ Foo Fighters cover

Notes for band members

CitationsEdit

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