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Dua Lipa’s “Club Future Nostalgia” is a clear example of how to ruin the good things

Dua Lipa is one of the best artists of these five years.

Although she has only had two studio albums, her media and social success has been very significant, showing us that the British singer is not an improvised one.

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Her career's launch is due not only to her beauty if she does not have her music.

In her second studio album, "Future Nostalgia," Dua Lipa presented the single "Don't Start Now," with which she gained much more popularity as well, and a great expectation was created for its next release.

While Future Nostalgia is one of the best music albums to come out in the last five years, it truly lives up to its name by being nostalgic for the future, a nostalgia for the 80s in 2020.

But not everything is rosy in the music industry, and Dua Lipa could not expect and remix his songs as many have done.

This time, he took it big because he managed to make a whole album of remixes version "club "alongside the famous Blessed Madonna and other specialized artists, thus giving rise to "Club Future Nostalgia."

My expectation with this album was not high because it was a remix album of which Dua Lipa already had at least 40% of the first "Future Nostalgia" songs in remixes, so I thought it would be a compilation, and it is not. It is an album different from the expected and separate from the original.

In the musical aspect, the album is fine. It includes good new songs.

The problem comes with the pieces that already existed because it is understood as a "club" album to dance, but the original already made you dance.

The only thing they did with the songs that already existed was to make them wrong. They are not good remixes.

The album, in the first instance, has to be listened to so that if you do what anyone would do on their streaming service to record a song that you liked and listen to it on your playlist when a song from this album is played, it will not make any sense Well.

It seems that the production focused on spinning them all together to make it sound like a whole mix, making this a disaster.

The combination of Dua Lipa and The Blessed Madonna works and is proven to do with the new songs.

When Blessed Madonna remixed the songs that were already made, the essence of the originals was ruined.

Before, we had musical nostalgia in the future, and now we have a disaster in the present.

Although Dua Lipa is going to sell this album well to many, it leaves us with a bittersweet taste because we have new songs, and they are good, but on the other hand, we have songs that were good and now are bad.

"Club Future Nostalgia" is a clear example that she will sell whatever, good or bad.

Dua Lipa is a sales machine that by itself worked well, but this album the only good thing that brings to us is a reminder that the original is much better.

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