Dua Lipa Openly Criticisms the Past Behavior of Britpop Groups

Overcoming her Britpop origins, Dua Lipa tackles toxic behavior in the music business, stresses keeping art separate from the artist, and embraces a raw, psychedelic-pop tone for her next album.

Due to her extraordinary talent and unique sound, Dua Lipa has become a global sensation in the music industry. 

Her rise to prominence started with the catchy hits "New Rules" and "IDGAF," which highlighted her strong voice and magnetic stage presence. 

She was born in London. After receiving positive reviews for her self-titled first album, Dua Lipa became well-known in the mainstream music industry.

Beyond her quick ascent to fame, the singer has explored the important Britpop era, naming Blur and Oasis as sources of inspiration for her next album. 

 Even though she calls them "obnoxious," their influence is evident in her developing musical story and promises an intriguing blend of historical and contemporary inspirations.

In a recent interview with Rolling Stone, Dua Lipa talked about her new album and acknowledged the influence of '90s rock and electronic acts like Moby and Gorillaz, as well as Britpop icons like Oasis and Blur.