Dua Lipa reveals her favorite hip-hop artists

First reported by Billboard, Dua Lipa recently spoke with The Tonight Show host with Jimmy Fallon and revealed her favorite hip-hop artists, including the first shows she went to, including Wu-Tang Clan and 50 Cent.

The star admitted that when she was 13, the first show she went to was Redman and Method Man, and added that hip-hop is the dominant genre in Kosovo.

Dua went on to say that going to see Redman and Method Man was one of the first times she had been presented to the Wu-Tang Clan. His second concert was 50 Cent, which sparked interest in the rapper’s story. She read the book, watched the movie and memorized each line.

“A massive 50-cent fan,” noted the artist. Dua is also interested in philanthropy. Her next album, Future Nostalgia, will be released in the first months of 2020, and she says she would like to use her celebrity to help Albania.

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According to Dua Lipa, when she grew up in Kosovo, many of her favorite artists never came, including Nelly Furtado and Pink. However, they created the Sunny Hill Festival, which today is a great musical event in the nation.

In other news related to Dua, the star was linked to Anwar Hadid, Gigi’s brother and Bella Hadid. First reported by TMZ, the media pointed out that Hadid also makes his own music.

The publication reported that he had shown it to Lipa, who is a good friend of Gigi. In early June, Anwar discovered that Dua had broken up with her former boyfriend, and then met her for a date.

According to Harper’s Bazaar, at the 47th American Music Awards ceremony, Dua and Anwar made their first public appearance on the red carpet. Lipa wore a Miu Miu dress and Hadid wore an Iron Maiden t-shirt under a black blazer.


Dua Lipa lost her first record in 2017, which included seven singles, two of which were in the top ten in the UK and another in first place, “New Rules”.

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