Dua Lipa confirms IDGAF as her next single to be released early next year

The song will be the seventh single and follow-up to the Number 1 smash New Rules.

Dua Lipa has confirmed her next single.

Fan favourite IDGAF from her self-titled debut album will be seventh song released from the collection, and follows Dua's global breakthrough New Rules, which shot to Number 1 in August of 2017. New Rules helped Dua become the first solo female to score a UK chart topper since Adele's Hello hit peak position in October 2015.

Speaking to Brazilian publication Dammit, Dua confirmed the news, but will hold off releasing until 2018 "because New Rules is still doing it's thing, we're not planning on releasing it for a little while, so probably early next year."

The video is already in the can too, and she explained the concept: "I obviously don't want to give too much away about the video, but obviously I'm really excited about it. It's about your weaker self and stronger self fighting with each other, but in the end, it comes from an agreement of self love is more important than anything."

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Dua also discussed working with Chris Martin, a potential future collaboration with Brazilian singer Anitta, and there was time for a slightly awkward Twitter game, because why not? 

IDGAF follows an interview with the boss of Dua's record label, Warner Bros' Phil Christie. He said their could be least two more singles from Dua's album, which has so far peaked at Number 5 on the Official Albums Chart. 

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In an Official Charts poll back in August, IDGAF come out on top as potential future singles, with Genesis finishing in second place. We're glad Dua and her team are in agreement!

Since scoring her first UK Number 1 single, Dua has completed a UK tour and will play arenas in 2018. The MTV Europe Music Award winner will also make her Sounds Like Friday Night debut later in the series.

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