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Dua Lipa - Blow Your Mind (Mwah)

It's a fiery, attitude-fuelled dance-pop smash in waiting.
Dua Lipa - Blow Your Mind (Mwah)
Published: 2:02 pm, August 26, 2016
It's a fiery, attitude-fuelled dance-pop smash in waiting.



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Dua Lipa is pop's next superstar, there's no doubt about that. And with her next fiery anthem, 'Blow Your Mind (Mwah)' the newly-turned-21-year-old is on top form once again.

Confident and in control, this one's been a massive hit at the Kosovo-born London-based world-conquering singer's live shows, at festivals at home and abroad.

She packed a tent with thousands at Lowlands Festival in the Netherlands last weekend with this dance-pop hit proving a fan favourite; likewise earlier in the year at a smaller but no less fun Secret Garden Party set.

Following Euro-smash 'Be The One' and definite banger 'Hotter Than Hell,' 'Blow Your Mind (Mwah)' boats an instantly infectious pounding drum beat, Dua's irrepressibly sensual vocal and a welcome dose of attitude, as well as the best "Mwah" since Holly Valance soundtracked 2002 with 'Kiss Kiss', too.

"Tonight I'm alive in a dollar sign, guaranteed I can blow your mind," she proclaims - who could argue with her? "You'll soon love me blind," she continues and, ahead of her self-titled debut album, out February 10, it's indicative of the truckload of bangers she's got in store. Ben Jolley

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