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Future Nostalgia Tracklist:
I am a hard rock loving, Pearl Jam listening millennial who would usually never listen to music like this. Yet, this album comes on and I can’t but help finding my hips moving and my feet stepping. She is brilliant, I hear beautiful notes of disco in the rhythm, beautiful melody changes, and a voice with soulful and deep resonances. Seriously, just give in and admit you like it too.
I like how you made a song about women empower because women are STILL being mistreated. And some women just need to know that “Boys will be boys Boys will be boys Boys will be boys And Girls will be women”
In my opinion, there’s nobody doing Pop Music better right now than Dua and Future Nostalgia is proof of that. Of all the albums to come out this year, this one is my personal favorite, a Disco influenced dance floor party from start to finish with not one bad song to be found. In addition to Don’t Start Now, Physical & Break My Heart, there are plenty of other highlight tracks including Levitating, Hallucinate, Cool (my favorite non-single from the album), Love Again (perfectly sampling White Town’s ‘Your Woman’) and Boys Will Be Boys. Her self-titled debut may have put her on the map but Future Nostalgia is her Superstar-In-The-Making album. With Dua’s voice, talent and potential for making feel good music leading the way, I think the future of Pop Music is bright.
This whole record is perfection from beginning to end. Dua Lipa has brought so much joy & happiness with this record. All the songs are great and can be replayed and replayed. They have such a vibe that you can’t find anywhere else and you keep wanting too listen to.
Wow..this is an impressive 80's old school dance party. It's even got some 70's disco strings thrown in for good measure. Don't get the wrong idea though, it's pure hi tech dance music for 2020. This old dude highly recommends it.
Dua really proved the haters wrong. A lot of people criticized Dua for a multitude of things but she came back with this era and actually worked on her faults making a great body of work. That is something I really appreciate from an artist. Dua’s theme of “future nostalgia” really is presented throughout the whole album, it has such a perfect mix of throwback and present. Dua is a Pop star now, whether you like it or not she’s gonna be here a while.
My personal favorites are Break my Heart, Physical, and Don’t Start Now! You did a great job! Keep it up! ( p.s I completely forgot about Boys will be boys! This is a great message!)