TaP Music, her previous management organization, sold the rights back to Lipa more than a year after she left the firm.
TaP Music Distributing has sold Dua Lipa back her distributing rights, the organization declared on Thursday (Nov. 2). She was beforehand a client of the organization's roster too.
TaP said in an explanation: " We want Dua to enjoy all that life has to offer for what's to come."
Anna Neville, co-leader of TaP Music, added: " This is an intriguing time for our distributing organization we are extending our administrations and groups universally and keep on adding capable writers and artists to our all around heavenly list."
Lipa endorsed with TaP the board co-Chiefs Ben Mawson and Ed Millet in 2013 and enjoyed very nearly 10 years with them as she soar to global superstardom.
She headed out in different directions from the firm in February 2022 and has since been overseen by her dad, Dukagjin Lipa.
TaP's administration program incorporates Lana Del Rey, Ellie Goulding and Noah Cyrus, among others, and furthermore incorporates a record name adventure with All inclusive Music Gathering and a distributing adventure with UMPG. The organization's distributing clients incorporate Yaeji, Dermot Kennedy, Larry Heard and others.
Lipa is planning to deliver another single, "Houdini," on Nov. 9. The declaration of the new track followed half a month of mysterious secrets via online entertainment. Her latest delivery before that was "Dance the Night" for the Barbie soundtrack, which topped at No. 6 on the Billboard Hot 100.
The vocalist musician hasn't delivered a studio collection since 2020's Future Sentimentality, which incorporated the Hot 100 hits "Levitating" (No. 2), "Don't start Now" (No. 2) and "Break my heart" (No. 13). Following that, she scored one more Hot 100 hit with "Cold Heart" close by Elton John and PNAU (No. 7) and furthermore delivered joint efforts with Megan There stallion ("sweetest Pie," No. 15) and Calvin Harris and Young thug ("potion," No. 71).
Future Sentimentality followed the 2017 arrival of Lipa's self-named debut collection, with the single "New Rules" topping at No. 6 on the Hot 100. Other Hot 100 passages from the collection included "One Kiss" with Calvin Harris (No. 26), "IDGAF" (No. 49) and "Electricity" with Silk City including Diplo and Imprint Ronson.