- 07 Mar 22
Megan Thee Stallion and Dua Lipa's vibrant new single is set for release this Friday, March 11.
Megan Thee Stallion has teased a new collaboration with Dua Lipa in a new post, with the track landing this Friday.
Yesterday's Twitter post features several brightly colourful cakes decorated with the faces of the two singers. Megan gives little information in the post, only providing the date “3/11”.
3/11 🧁 @DUALIPA pic.twitter.com/qiSbOsGxEz
— TINA SNOW (@theestallion) March 6, 2022
The Houston rapper teased in an interview last month that her next “thing” would feature “somebody you might now” and would be “fire”. It seems like the Good News artist is referring to Grammy winner Dua Lipa.
Lipa is currently on the North American tour for her 2020 hit album Future Nostalgia after facing several Covid-related delays. Megan Thee Stallion will also join Lipa on the road in the US later this month, supporting her on three stops of her tour in Denver, Tulsa and Phoenix.
Meanwhile, Megan announced her first VR concert tour last week (March 1), dubbed ‘Enter Thee Hottieverse’. The VR concert will feature a multi-song set that moves through a series of environments, and features “hot custom” wardrobes.
Meanwhile, London-raised pop star Dua Lipa is also facing two copyright infringement claims related to her hit single ‘Levitating’. Both copyright suits also named Lipa's label, Warner Music UK.
The first was filed by reggae band Artikal Sound System who have claimed that similarities to their 2017 song 'Live Your Life' indicate that it is “highly unlikely that 'Levitating' was created independently”.
A second lawsuit filed in a Manhattan federal court by songwriters L. Russell Brown and Sandy Linzer claims that Lipa’s track is “duplicated” from their 1979 song ‘Wiggle and a Giggle All Night’ and 1980 song ‘Don Diablo’.
Dua Lipa will make her way to Dublin 3Arena on April 20 and 21st, while Megan Thee Stallion will be performing at this year's Glastonbury Festival in June and the 2022 Longitude Festival in July.
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