Dua Lipa recently collaborated with Charli XCX, Zara Larsson, MØ, and Alma for a wonderful rendition of "IDGAF." Their performance was shown on BBC Radio 1 Live Lounge session.
The almost four-minute clip opens with Lipa singing the first stanza to her hit song. The other artists sing together after. Their performance, which was released on Wednesday, Feb. 21, has already reached over 1 million views on YouTube.
Majority of the fans could not help but gush over Lipa's rendition with XCX, Larsson, MØ, and Alma. One fan said that the five women should be part of the band Dua and the Lipas. Another fan said their rendition is fire. One fan said that she wants to see all the girls sing each other's songs in a series of Live Lounge episodes in the future.
Charli XCX Thanks Dua Lipa
Shortly after the video was released, XCX expressed her gratitude to Lipa for inviting her and the other female artists to join her in her Live Lounge session.
"Collaborating with people has always been my favorite thing to do, but collaborating with women puts me on some kind of magical power s***. Women together are powerful and wild and beautiful and f****** fun! Being a part of Dua's live lounge with Mo, Alma and Zara was really special and exciting," wrote XCX.
GIRLS! On film by Pixie Levinson @zaralarsson @MOMOMOYOUTH @almacyber @charli_xcx pic.twitter.com/H4mCUgDvgN — DUA LIPA (@DUALIPA) February 21, 2018
The "Boom Clap" singer also said that singing "IDGAF" at the top of her lungs with four other women she admires felt good and empowering. Lipa also shared a photo of herself with the four female artists, which was taken when they recorded "IDGAF" in Los Angeles a couple of weeks ago.
Dua Lipa Talks About Her Album
"IDGAF" is featured in Lipa's self-titled album, which was released last year. During a recent interview, the 22-year-old singer explained how her album came to be. She said that "IDGAF" was one of the first songs she recorded, and "New Rules" came in last.
"That came out of later sessions, and it was also the last, final push where I did my last two trips to L.A. and I got ['IDGAF'], I did 'Lost In Your Light,' and I did 'Homesick' and 'Begging.' It was really those last few trips that really kind of solidified and closed the album for me, which I was really grateful for," said Lipa.
Other songs in the album are "Be the One," "Blow Your Mind," "Last Dance," and more.