Dua Lipa Drops “Break My Heart”

Dua Lipa dropped the 4th single from her album “Future Nostalgia”. This comes in after her decision to release the album earlier than the scheduled date in April. She now plans to drop the album on March 27th and as a small surprise for her fans , Dua released the “Break My Heart” yesterday.

The retro inspired song was co-produced by the Monsters & Strangerz and Watt. The catchy chorus goes something like this “I would’ve stayed at home, ’cause I was always better alone / But when you said ‘Hello’, I knew it was the end of it all / I should’ve stayed at home, ’cause now there ain’t no letting you go / Am I falling in love with the one that could break my heart?”. Well, yup we should be staying at home , these lyrics have never been more relatable for the millions who are quarantined due to the ongoing crisis.

Dua may be singing about an emotional wreckage but the pumpy beat makes sure that everyone is grooving to this! “Break My Heart” follows the release of “Future Nostalgia” and its title track “Physical”. “Physical” captivated us with a retro 20’s inspired workout video that broke the internet upon its release.

“Future Nostalgia” was supposed to be released in April but it was announced that the release date would be sooner due to the Corona Virus crisis. The artist painfully told her fans via Instagram Live about her reasons to release the album earlier and why she doesn’t really want to do it. She said “ I am really happy it’s coming out, and I’m really excited for you all to hear it. Make of it what you will.”

Many artists have been releasing their music earlier than anticipated due to the crisis which might mean lesser circulation of the song due to inflation and the economic meltdown that will follow the pandemic.

One Republic Bring Better Days For All

Ryan Tedder and his boys are at it again. One Republic has a new album coming up and they just dropped a single from it!

‘Better Days’ has fans hooked and anticipating the entire album. This is what they had to say about how this came about: “We were in the final week of our fifth album deadline when a global pandemic was declared by the WHO. A few of us unknowingly got exposed to somebody with Covid-19 in London and ended up in quarantine in LA at my studio for two weeks. With only two songs left to finish, one of them happened to be ‘Better Days‘. We write about real experiences and events that happen to us – this is what happens when you write a song during a crisis.”

Beautifully said by the band. They have also been getting creative with how to get a video out for the song. They invited their fans to share their videos at home of sharing acts of kindness. They promised to feature the best videos they find via the Cinebody app through which they have been collecting these videos.