Good news everyone! The beats just keeeep coming. After the music industry blessed us with new Rina Sawayama, SOPHIE, Lady Gaga, Carly Rae Jepsen, Princess Nokia, we’re apparently still being spoiled further. In the spirit of our queen Carly, Dua Lipa is dropping a Future Nostalgia Side B… and I am absolutely McFucking losing it.
The British singer-songwriter confirmed the news in a recent Instagram post. As per the recent post, as of the 30th of July, the “New Rules” singer’s disco-centric contender for album of the year just hit two BILLION streams since it debuted in March (within four months? Her impact!).
In response to a fan demanding, “we need a Side B” in the comments, Lipa confirmed that not only does she have a Side B dropping *real soon*, but that the “Levitating” artist has enough music to carry us all into 2022.
Wait to the what? Excuse me while I begin to profusely keyboard smash at this v good news.
Who’s on Dua Lipa’s Future Nostalgia Side B?
And, according to Twitter, the new album features 13 songs, one of which featuring our R’n’B fave and former Fifth Harmony member Normani. That’s right, *the* Normani.
What’s the tracklist?
Again, according to some fans on Twitter who claim they have a leaked copy of the upcoming album, this is the alleged tracklist:
Ball and Chain
Love is Religion
If It Ain’t Me (feat. Normani)
All or Nothing
When is Future Nostalgia Side B dropping?
As of writing, there’s no official word on when we’ll get to hear Dua Lipa’s Future Nostalgia Side B. The “Physical” singer only just released Future Nostalgia, her sophomore album blending synth ’80’s sounds, disco tunes and beats about the transcending and cascading experience of falling in love, in March.
In case you missed it, at some point before the world ends, we should be getting a new Lorde album, more Frank Ocean (c’mon Franky boyyy, drop it pls) and Miss Jepsen casually dropped she has a quarantine album ready to go.
For now, we’ll listen to the slapstastic tunes again and continue to pray to the music gods for treating us so well this year.