Dua Lipa has scored her first UK Number 1 album and became the first English female to score three Top 10 singles since the very first Official Chart in 1952, and it seems there's still a lot more to come from the Future Nostalgia era.
The president of Dua's record label Warner Records, Phil Christie, has teased that there are "a number of key singles to come" in a new interview with Music Week, prompting us to ask you what you think they should be.
Based on UK sales and streams, using Official Charts Company data, three album tracks stand out as prime candidates (discounting the title track, which was already released as a promo single).
Currently, the most downloaded track from the album is Love Again, perhaps due to its sampling of 1997 Number 1 Your Woman by White Town. The album track with the most audio streams is Hallucinate, and when it comes to the most popular album track on video streaming services, Levitating comes out on top.
Would you like to see one of the above as Dua's fourth single from the album, or perhaps another song? Vote in our poll below.
Dua Lipa's team have a strong vision for her next few singles, and promise big things for her rescheduled 2021 arena tour.
"By the time she comes around to play the album live for people next year, it will feel much more like a greatest hits set than a brand new release," said Christie.
And Dua won't just be performing songs from her self-titled debut album and Future Nostalgia on the tour. Christie goes on to say that Dua has "features and new songs that we'll release later in the year and 2021".
Dua Lipa may have a third UK Number 1 single on her hands too; as part of BBC Radio 1's Live Lounge Allstars, the charity cover of Foo Fighters' Times Like These is proving popular this week.