A   B   C   D   E   F   G   H   I   J   K   L   M   N   O   P   Q   R   S   T   U   V   W   X   Y   Z   Sitemap  
AllStarPics Statistics
Galleries:
Pictures:
Comments:
22,396 [NEW]

You are here: Pics  >  Dua Lipa Pics (321 pics of Dua Lipa)

Dua LipaDua LipaDua LipaDua LipaDua LipaDua LipaDua LipaDua Lipa  visits radio station Q102 in Bala CynwydDua Lipa  visits radio station Q102 in Bala CynwydDua Lipa  visits radio station Q102 in Bala CynwydDua Lipa  visits radio station Q102 in Bala CynwydDua Lipa  visits radio station Q102 in Bala CynwydDua Lipa  visits radio station Q102 in Bala CynwydDua Lipa  visits radio station Q102 in Bala CynwydDua Lipa  visits radio station Q102 in Bala CynwydDua Lipa  visits radio station Q102 in Bala CynwydDua Lipa  visits radio station Q102 in Bala CynwydDua Lipa  visits radio station Q102 in Bala CynwydDua Lipa  visits radio station Q102 in Bala CynwydDua Lipa  visits radio station Q102 in Bala Cynwyd

Dua Lipa Pics

Dua Lipa
VIEWS:15,563
  VOTES:37
star rating
RATE   Yes No

Dua Lipa Snapshot


Wikipedia Text

Dua Lipa (born 22 August 1995) is an English singer, songwriter and model. Her musical career began at age 14, when she began covering songs by other artists on YouTube. In 2015, she was signed with Warner Music Group, and released her first single soon after. In December 2016, a documentary about Lipa was commissioned by The Fader magazine, titled See in Blue.


Music Genre (Text)
Dream Pop, Pbr&b, Trip Hop, Electronica, Neo-Soul

Occupation Text
Singer/Songwriter/ModelSinger/Songwriter/ModelSinger/Songwriter/ModelSinger/Songwriter/ModelSinger/Songwriter/ModelSinger/Songwriter/ModelSinger/Songwriter/ModelSinger/Songwriter/ModelSinger/Songwriter/ModelSinger/Songwriter/ModelSinger/Songwriter/ModelSinger/Songwriter/ModelSinger/Songwriter/ModelSinger/Songwriter/ModelSinger/Songwriter/ModelSinger/Songwriter/ModelSinger/Songwriter/ModelSinger/Songwriter/ModelSinger/Songwriter/ModelSinger/Songwriter/ModelSinger/Songwriter/ModelSinger/Songwriter/ModelSinger/Songwriter/ModelSinger/Songwriter/ModelSinger/Songwriter/ModelSinger/Songwriter/ModelSinger/Songwriter/ModelSinger/Songwriter/ModelSinger/Songwriter/ModelSinger/Songwriter/ModelSinger/Songwriter/ModelSinger/Songwriter/ModelSinger/Songwriter/ModelSinger/Songwriter/ModelSinger/Songwriter/ModelSinger/Songwriter/ModelSinger/Songwriter/ModelSinger/Songwriter/ModelSinger/Songwriter/ModelSinger/Songwriter/ModelSinger/Songwriter/ModelSinger/Songwriter/ModelSinger/Songwriter/ModelSinger/Songwriter/ModelSinger/Songwriter/ModelSinger/Songwriter/ModelSinger/Songwriter/ModelSinger/Songwriter/ModelSinger/Songwriter/ModelSinger/Songwriter/ModelSinger/Songwriter/ModelSinger/Songwriter/ModelSinger/Songwriter/ModelSinger/Songwriter/ModelSinger/Songwriter/ModelSinger/Songwriter/ModelSinger/Songwriter/ModelSinger/Songwriter/ModelSinger/Songwriter/ModelSinger/Songwriter/ModelSinger/Songwriter/ModelSinger/Songwriter/ModelSinger/Songwriter/ModelSinger/Songwriter/ModelSinger/Songwriter/ModelSinger/Songwriter/ModelSinger/Songwriter/ModelSinger/Songwriter/ModelSinger/Songwriter/ModelSinger/Songwriter/ModelSinger/Songwriter/ModelSinger/Songwriter/ModelSinger/Songwriter/ModelSinger/Songwriter/ModelSinger/Songwriter/ModelSinger/Songwriter/ModelSinger/Songwriter/ModelSinger/Songwriter/ModelSinger/Songwriter/ModelSinger/Songwriter/ModelSinger/Songwriter/ModelSinger/Songwriter/ModelSinger/Songwriter/ModelSinger/Songwriter/ModelSinger/Songwriter/ModelSinger/Songwriter/ModelSinger/Songwriter/ModelSinger/Songwriter/ModelSinger/Songwriter/ModelSinger/Songwriter/ModelSinger/Songwriter/ModelSinger/Songwriter/ModelSinger/Songwriter/ModelSinger/Songwriter/ModelSinger/Songwriter/ModelSinger/Songwriter/ModelSinger/Songwriter/ModelSinger/Songwriter/ModelSinger/Songwriter/ModelSinger/Songwriter/ModelSinger/Songwriter/ModelSinger/Songwriter/ModelSinger/Songwriter/ModelSinger/Songwriter/ModelSinger/Songwriter/ModelSinger/Songwriter/ModelSinger/Songwriter/ModelSinger/Songwriter/ModelSinger/Songwriter/ModelSinger/Songwriter/ModelSinger/Songwriter/ModelSinger/Songwriter/ModelSinger/Songwriter/ModelSinger/Songwriter/ModelSinger/Songwriter/ModelSinger/Songwriter/ModelSinger/Songwriter/ModelSinger/Songwriter/ModelSinger/Songwriter/ModelSinger/Songwriter/ModelSinger/Songwriter/ModelSinger/Songwriter/ModelSinger/Songwriter/ModelSinger/Songwriter/ModelSinger/Songwriter/ModelSinger/Songwriter/ModelSinger/Songwriter/ModelSinger/Songwriter/ModelSinger/Songwriter/ModelSinger/Songwriter/ModelSinger/Songwriter/ModelSinger/Songwriter/ModelSinger/Songwriter/ModelSinger/Songwriter/ModelSinger/Songwriter/ModelSinger/Songwriter/ModelSinger/Songwriter/ModelSinger/Songwriter/ModelSinger/Songwriter/ModelSinger/Songwriter/ModelSinger/Songwriter/ModelSinger/Songwriter/ModelSinger/Songwriter/ModelSinger/Songwriter/ModelSinger/Songwriter/ModelSinger/Songwriter/ModelSinger/Songwriter/ModelSinger/Songwriter/ModelSinger/Songwriter/ModelSinger/Songwriter/ModelSinger/Songwriter/ModelSinger/Songwriter/ModelSinger/Songwriter/ModelSinger/Songwriter/ModelSinger/Songwriter/ModelSinger/Songwriter/ModelSinger/Songwriter/ModelSinger/Songwriter/ModelSinger/Songwriter/ModelSinger/Songwriter/ModelSinger/Songwriter/ModelSinger/Songwriter/ModelSinger/Songwriter/ModelSinger/Songwriter/ModelSinger/Songwriter/ModelSinger/Songwriter/ModelSinger/Songwriter/ModelSinger/Songwriter/ModelSinger/Songwriter/ModelSinger/Songwriter/ModelSinger/Songwriter/ModelSinger/Songwriter/ModelSinger/Songwriter/ModelSinger/Songwriter/ModelSinger/Songwriter/ModelSinger/Songwriter/ModelSinger/Songwriter/ModelSinger/Songwriter/ModelSinger/Songwriter/ModelSinger/Songwriter/ModelSinger/Songwriter/ModelSinger/Songwriter/ModelSinger/Songwriter/ModelSinger/Songwriter/ModelSinger/Songwriter/ModelSinger/Songwriter/ModelSinger/Songwriter/ModelSinger/Songwriter/ModelSinger/Songwriter/ModelSinger/Songwriter/ModelSinger/Songwriter/ModelSinger/Songwriter/ModelSinger/Songwriter/ModelSinger/Songwriter/ModelSinger/Songwriter/ModelSinger/Songwriter/ModelSinger/Songwriter/ModelSinger/Songwriter/ModelSinger/Songwriter/ModelSinger/Songwriter/ModelSinger/Songwriter/ModelSinger/Songwriter/ModelSinger/Songwriter/ModelSinger/Songwriter/ModelSinger/Songwriter/ModelSinger/Songwriter/ModelSinger/Songwriter/ModelSinger/Songwriter/ModelSinger/Songwriter/ModelSinger/Songwriter/ModelSinger/Songwriter/ModelSinger/Songwriter/ModelSinger/Songwriter/ModelSinger/Songwriter/ModelSinger/Songwriter/ModelSinger/Songwriter/ModelSinger/Songwriter/ModelSinger/Songwriter/ModelSinger/Songwriter/ModelSinger/Songwriter/ModelSinger/Songwriter/ModelSinger/Songwriter/ModelSinger/Songwriter/ModelSinger/Songwriter/ModelSinger/Songwriter/ModelSinger/Songwriter/ModelSinger/Songwriter/ModelSinger/Songwriter/ModelSinger/Songwriter/ModelSinger/Songwriter/ModelSinger/Songwriter/ModelSinger/Songwriter/ModelSinger/Songwriter/ModelSinger/Songwriter/ModelSinger/Songwriter/ModelSinger/Songwriter/ModelSinger/Songwriter/ModelSinger/Songwriter/ModelSinger/Songwriter/ModelSinger/Songwriter/ModelSinger/Songwriter/ModelSinger/Songwriter/ModelSinger/Songwriter/Model, Singer/Songwriter/ModelSinger/Songwriter/ModelSinger/Songwriter/ModelSinger/Songwriter/ModelSinger/Songwriter/ModelSinger/Songwriter/ModelSinger/Songwriter/ModelSinger/Songwriter/ModelSinger/Songwriter/ModelSinger/Songwriter/ModelSinger/Songwriter/ModelSinger/Songwriter/ModelSinger/Songwriter/ModelSinger/Songwriter/ModelSinger/Songwriter/ModelSinger/Songwriter/ModelSinger/Songwriter/ModelSinger/Songwriter/ModelSinger/Songwriter/ModelSinger/Songwriter/ModelSinger/Songwriter/ModelSinger/Songwriter/ModelSinger/Songwriter/ModelSinger/Songwriter/ModelSinger/Songwriter/ModelSinger/Songwriter/ModelSinger/Songwriter/ModelSinger/Songwriter/ModelSinger/Songwriter/ModelSinger/Songwriter/ModelSinger/Songwriter/ModelSinger/Songwriter/ModelSinger/Songwriter/ModelSinger/Songwriter/ModelSinger/Songwriter/ModelSinger/Songwriter/ModelSinger/Songwriter/ModelSinger/Songwriter/ModelSinger/Songwriter/ModelSinger/Songwriter/ModelSinger/Songwriter/ModelSinger/Songwriter/ModelSinger/Songwriter/ModelSinger/Songwriter/ModelSinger/Songwriter/ModelSinger/Songwriter/ModelSinger/Songwriter/ModelSinger/Songwriter/ModelSinger/Songwriter/ModelSinger/Songwriter/ModelSinger/Songwriter/ModelSinger/Songwriter/ModelSinger/Songwriter/ModelSinger/Songwriter/ModelSinger/Songwriter/ModelSinger/Songwriter/ModelSinger/Songwriter/ModelSinger/Songwriter/ModelSinger/Songwriter/ModelSinger/Songwriter/ModelSinger/Songwriter/ModelSinger/Songwriter/ModelSinger/Songwriter/ModelSinger/Songwriter/ModelSinger/Songwriter/ModelSinger/Songwriter/ModelSinger/Songwriter/ModelSinger/Songwriter/ModelSinger/Songwriter/ModelSinger/Songwriter/ModelSinger/Songwriter/ModelSinger/Songwriter/ModelSinger/Songwriter/ModelSinger/Songwriter/ModelSinger/Songwriter/ModelSinger/Songwriter/ModelSinger/Songwriter/ModelSinger/Songwriter/ModelSinger/Songwriter/ModelSinger/Songwriter/ModelSinger/Songwriter/ModelSinger/Songwriter/ModelSinger/Songwriter/ModelSinger/Songwriter/ModelSinger/Songwriter/ModelSinger/Songwriter/ModelSinger/Songwriter/ModelSinger/Songwriter/ModelSinger/Songwriter/ModelSinger/Songwriter/ModelSinger/Songwriter/ModelSinger/Songwriter/ModelSinger/Songwriter/ModelSinger/Songwriter/ModelSinger/Songwriter/ModelSinger/Songwriter/ModelSinger/Songwriter/ModelSinger/Songwriter/ModelSinger/Songwriter/ModelSinger/Songwriter/ModelSinger/Songwriter/ModelSinger/Songwriter/ModelSinger/Songwriter/ModelSinger/Songwriter/ModelSinger/Songwriter/ModelSinger/Songwriter/ModelSinger/Songwriter/ModelSinger/Songwriter/ModelSinger/Songwriter/ModelSinger/Songwriter/ModelSinger/Songwriter/ModelSinger/Songwriter/ModelSinger/Songwriter/ModelSinger/Songwriter/ModelSinger/Songwriter/ModelSinger/Songwriter/ModelSinger/Songwriter/ModelSinger/Songwriter/ModelSinger/Songwriter/ModelSinger/Songwriter/ModelSinger/Songwriter/ModelSinger/Songwriter/ModelSinger/Songwriter/ModelSinger/Songwriter/ModelSinger/Songwriter/ModelSinger/Songwriter/ModelSinger/Songwriter/ModelSinger/Songwriter/ModelSinger/Songwriter/ModelSinger/Songwriter/ModelSinger/Songwriter/ModelSinger/Songwriter/ModelSinger/Songwriter/ModelSinger/Songwriter/ModelSinger/Songwriter/ModelSinger/Songwriter/ModelSinger/Songwriter/ModelSinger/Songwriter/ModelSinger/Songwriter/ModelSinger/Songwriter/ModelSinger/Songwriter/ModelSinger/Songwriter/ModelSinger/Songwriter/ModelSinger/Songwriter/ModelSinger/Songwriter/ModelSinger/Songwriter/ModelSinger/Songwriter/ModelSinger/Songwriter/ModelSinger/Songwriter/ModelSinger/Songwriter/ModelSinger/Songwriter/ModelSinger/Songwriter/ModelSinger/Songwriter/ModelSinger/Songwriter/ModelSinger/Songwriter/ModelSinger/Songwriter/ModelSinger/Songwriter/ModelSinger/Songwriter/ModelSinger/Songwriter/ModelSinger/Songwriter/ModelSinger/Songwriter/ModelSinger/Songwriter/ModelSinger/Songwriter/ModelSinger/Songwriter/ModelSinger/Songwriter/ModelSinger/Songwriter/ModelSinger/Songwriter/ModelSinger/Songwriter/ModelSinger/Songwriter/ModelSinger/Songwriter/ModelSinger/Songwriter/ModelSinger/Songwriter/ModelSinger/Songwriter/ModelSinger/Songwriter/ModelSinger/Songwriter/ModelSinger/Songwriter/ModelSinger/Songwriter/ModelSinger/Songwriter/ModelSinger/Songwriter/ModelSinger/Songwriter/ModelSinger/Songwriter/ModelSinger/Songwriter/ModelSinger/Songwriter/ModelSinger/Songwriter/ModelSinger/Songwriter/ModelSinger/Songwriter/ModelSinger/Songwriter/ModelSinger/Songwriter/ModelSinger/Songwriter/ModelSinger/Songwriter/ModelSinger/Songwriter/ModelSinger/Songwriter/ModelSinger/Songwriter/ModelSinger/Songwriter/ModelSinger/Songwriter/ModelSinger/Songwriter/ModelSinger/Songwriter/ModelSinger/Songwriter/ModelSinger/Songwriter/ModelSinger/Songwriter/ModelSinger/Songwriter/ModelSinger/Songwriter/ModelSinger/Songwriter/ModelSinger/Songwriter/ModelSinger/Songwriter/ModelSinger/Songwriter/ModelSinger/Songwriter/ModelSinger/Songwriter/ModelSinger/Songwriter/ModelSinger/Songwriter/ModelSinger/Songwriter/ModelSinger/Songwriter/ModelSinger/Songwriter/ModelSinger/Songwriter/ModelSinger/Songwriter/ModelSinger/Songwriter/ModelSinger/Songwriter/ModelSinger/Songwriter/ModelSinger/Songwriter/ModelSinger/Songwriter/ModelSinger/Songwriter/ModelSinger/Songwriter/ModelSinger/Songwriter/ModelSinger/Songwriter/ModelSinger/Songwriter/ModelSinger/Songwriter/ModelSinger/Songwriter/ModelSinger/Songwriter/ModelSinger/Songwriter/ModelSinger/Songwriter/ModelSinger/Songwriter/ModelSinger/Songwriter/ModelSinger/Songwriter/ModelSinger/Songwriter/ModelSinger/Songwriter/ModelSinger/Songwriter/ModelSinger/Songwriter/ModelSinger/Songwriter/ModelSinger/Songwriter/ModelSinger/Songwriter/ModelSinger/Songwriter/ModelSinger/Songwriter/ModelSinger/Songwriter/Model, Singer/Songwriter/ModelSinger/Songwriter/ModelSinger/Songwriter/ModelSinger/Songwriter/ModelSinger/Songwriter/ModelSinger/Songwriter/ModelSinger/Songwriter/ModelSinger/Songwriter/ModelSinger/Songwriter/ModelSinger/Songwriter/ModelSinger/Songwriter/ModelSinger/Songwriter/ModelSinger/Songwriter/ModelSinger/Songwriter/ModelSinger/Songwriter/ModelSinger/Songwriter/ModelSinger/Songwriter/ModelSinger/Songwriter/ModelSinger/Songwriter/ModelSinger/Songwriter/ModelSinger/Songwriter/ModelSinger/Songwriter/ModelSinger/Songwriter/ModelSinger/Songwriter/ModelSinger/Songwriter/ModelSinger/Songwriter/ModelSinger/Songwriter/ModelSinger/Songwriter/ModelSinger/Songwriter/ModelSinger/Songwriter/ModelSinger/Songwriter/ModelSinger/Songwriter/ModelSinger/Songwriter/ModelSinger/Songwriter/ModelSinger/Songwriter/ModelSinger/Songwriter/ModelSinger/Songwriter/ModelSinger/Songwriter/ModelSinger/Songwriter/ModelSinger/Songwriter/ModelSinger/Songwriter/ModelSinger/Songwriter/ModelSinger/Songwriter/ModelSinger/Songwriter/ModelSinger/Songwriter/ModelSinger/Songwriter/ModelSinger/Songwriter/ModelSinger/Songwriter/ModelSinger/Songwriter/ModelSinger/Songwriter/ModelSinger/Songwriter/ModelSinger/Songwriter/ModelSinger/Songwriter/ModelSinger/Songwriter/ModelSinger/Songwriter/ModelSinger/Songwriter/ModelSinger/Songwriter/ModelSinger/Songwriter/ModelSinger/Songwriter/ModelSinger/Songwriter/ModelSinger/Songwriter/ModelSinger/Songwriter/ModelSinger/Songwriter/ModelSinger/Songwriter/ModelSinger/Songwriter/ModelSinger/Songwriter/ModelSinger/Songwriter/ModelSinger/Songwriter/ModelSinger/Songwriter/ModelSinger/Songwriter/ModelSinger/Songwriter/ModelSinger/Songwriter/ModelSinger/Songwriter/ModelSinger/Songwriter/ModelSinger/Songwriter/ModelSinger/Songwriter/ModelSinger/Songwriter/ModelSinger/Songwriter/ModelSinger/Songwriter/ModelSinger/Songwriter/ModelSinger/Songwriter/ModelSinger/Songwriter/ModelSinger/Songwriter/ModelSinger/Songwriter/ModelSinger/Songwriter/ModelSinger/Songwriter/ModelSinger/Songwriter/ModelSinger/Songwriter/ModelSinger/Songwriter/ModelSinger/Songwriter/ModelSinger/Songwriter/ModelSinger/Songwriter/ModelSinger/Songwriter/ModelSinger/Songwriter/ModelSinger/Songwriter/ModelSinger/Songwriter/ModelSinger/Songwriter/ModelSinger/Songwriter/ModelSinger/Songwriter/ModelSinger/Songwriter/ModelSinger/Songwriter/ModelSinger/Songwriter/ModelSinger/Songwriter/ModelSinger/Songwriter/ModelSinger/Songwriter/ModelSinger/Songwriter/ModelSinger/Songwriter/ModelSinger/Songwriter/ModelSinger/Songwriter/ModelSinger/Songwriter/ModelSinger/Songwriter/ModelSinger/Songwriter/ModelSinger/Songwriter/ModelSinger/Songwriter/ModelSinger/Songwriter/ModelSinger/Songwriter/ModelSinger/Songwriter/ModelSinger/Songwriter/ModelSinger/Songwriter/ModelSinger/Songwriter/ModelSinger/Songwriter/ModelSinger/Songwriter/ModelSinger/Songwriter/ModelSinger/Songwriter/ModelSinger/Songwriter/ModelSinger/Songwriter/ModelSinger/Songwriter/ModelSinger/Songwriter/ModelSinger/Songwriter/ModelSinger/Songwriter/ModelSinger/Songwriter/ModelSinger/Songwriter/ModelSinger/Songwriter/ModelSinger/Songwriter/ModelSinger/Songwriter/ModelSinger/Songwriter/ModelSinger/Songwriter/ModelSinger/Songwriter/ModelSinger/Songwriter/ModelSinger/Songwriter/ModelSinger/Songwriter/ModelSinger/Songwriter/ModelSinger/Songwriter/ModelSinger/Songwriter/ModelSinger/Songwriter/ModelSinger/Songwriter/ModelSinger/Songwriter/ModelSinger/Songwriter/ModelSinger/Songwriter/ModelSinger/Songwriter/ModelSinger/Songwriter/ModelSinger/Songwriter/ModelSinger/Songwriter/ModelSinger/Songwriter/ModelSinger/Songwriter/ModelSinger/Songwriter/ModelSinger/Songwriter/ModelSinger/Songwriter/ModelSinger/Songwriter/ModelSinger/Songwriter/ModelSinger/Songwriter/ModelSinger/Songwriter/ModelSinger/Songwriter/ModelSinger/Songwriter/ModelSinger/Songwriter/ModelSinger/Songwriter/ModelSinger/Songwriter/ModelSinger/Songwriter/ModelSinger/Songwriter/ModelSinger/Songwriter/ModelSinger/Songwriter/ModelSinger/Songwriter/ModelSinger/Songwriter/ModelSinger/Songwriter/ModelSinger/Songwriter/ModelSinger/Songwriter/ModelSinger/Songwriter/ModelSinger/Songwriter/ModelSinger/Songwriter/ModelSinger/Songwriter/ModelSinger/Songwriter/ModelSinger/Songwriter/ModelSinger/Songwriter/ModelSinger/Songwriter/ModelSinger/Songwriter/ModelSinger/Songwriter/ModelSinger/Songwriter/ModelSinger/Songwriter/ModelSinger/Songwriter/ModelSinger/Songwriter/ModelSinger/Songwriter/ModelSinger/Songwriter/ModelSinger/Songwriter/ModelSinger/Songwriter/ModelSinger/Songwriter/ModelSinger/Songwriter/ModelSinger/Songwriter/ModelSinger/Songwriter/ModelSinger/Songwriter/ModelSinger/Songwriter/ModelSinger/Songwriter/ModelSinger/Songwriter/ModelSinger/Songwriter/ModelSinger/Songwriter/ModelSinger/Songwriter/ModelSinger/Songwriter/ModelSinger/Songwriter/ModelSinger/Songwriter/ModelSinger/Songwriter/ModelSinger/Songwriter/ModelSinger/Songwriter/ModelSinger/Songwriter/ModelSinger/Songwriter/ModelSinger/Songwriter/ModelSinger/Songwriter/ModelSinger/Songwriter/ModelSinger/Songwriter/ModelSinger/Songwriter/ModelSinger/Songwriter/ModelSinger/Songwriter/ModelSinger/Songwriter/ModelSinger/Songwriter/ModelSinger/Songwriter/ModelSinger/Songwriter/ModelSinger/Songwriter/ModelSinger/Songwriter/ModelSinger/Songwriter/ModelSinger/Songwriter/ModelSinger/Songwriter/ModelSinger/Songwriter/ModelSinger/Songwriter/ModelSinger/Songwriter/ModelSinger/Songwriter/ModelSinger/Songwriter/ModelSinger/Songwriter/ModelSinger/Songwriter/ModelSinger/Songwriter/ModelSinger/Songwriter/ModelSinger/Songwriter/ModelSinger/Songwriter/ModelSinger/Songwriter/ModelSinger/Songwriter/ModelSinger/Songwriter/Model

Instrument (text)
Vocals

Year(s) Active
2015–present

Record Label
Warner Bros. Records

Official Websites
www.dualipa.com/

Birthday
1995-08-22

Zodiac Sign
Leo

Has Detailed Data (76)
1

First Name
Dua

Last Name
Lipa

Profile Bio Text
Dua Lipa (/ˈduːə ˈliːpə/; Albanian pronunciation: [dua liːpa]; born 22 August 1995) is an English singer, songwriter and model.[4][5] Her self-titled debut album is scheduled to be released 10 February 2017.[6] Lipa was born in London on 22 August 1995 to ethnic Albanian parents from Kosovo who had left Pristina in the 1990s.[4][5] She attended Sylvia Young Theatre School before moving to Kosovo with her family in 2008.[2] At the age of 16 she moved back to London with aspirations of becoming a singer.[7] Shortly after, she began working as a model.[8] Lipa grew up listening to her father, the Kosovar Albanian rock singer Dukagjin Lipa.[9][2] At the age of 14 she began posting covers of her favourite songs by artists such as Christina Aguilera and Nelly Furtado on YouTube.[8][10] Career[edit] 2015–present: Dua Lipa[edit] In 2015, Lipa began working on her debut album for Warner Bros. Records.[8] In August 2015, she released her first single "New Love",[11] produced by Emile Haynie and Andrew Wyatt.[8] She released her second single "Be the One", written by Lucy "Pawws" Taylor,[5] in October 2015.[12] Lipa has said that "Be the One is the only song on my album I haven't written ... [but] I couldn't not take it, it's my favourite thing."[10] Lipa describes her musical style as "dark pop".[12] On 30 November 2015, she was revealed as one of the acts on the BBC Sound of...2016 long list.[10] Her first tour in the UK and Europe began in January 2016.[2] In fall 2016, Lipa continues her tour through Europe.[13] On 18 February 2016, Lipa released her third single "Last Dance", followed by "Hotter than Hell" on 6 May. On 26 August, her fifth overall single "Blow Your Mind (Mwah)" was released. Her self-titled debut studio album is set to be released on 10 February 2017.

Couple Profile Source
en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Dua_Lipa

Talent Agency (e.g. Modelling)
Next Model Management - New York, Next Model Management - Miami, Next Model Management - Los Angeles, Next Model Management - London, Next Model Management - Paris, Next Model Management - Milan

Gender
Female

Birthplace
London, England

Nationality
British

Build
Slim

Eye Color
Brown - Dark

Hair Color
Brown - Dark

Ethnicity
White

Official Websites
www.instagram.com/dualipa/?hl=en, twitter.com/DUALIPA?ref_src=twsrc%5Egoogle%7Ctwcamp%5Eserp%7Ctwgr%5Eauthor, dualipa.com/, www.nextmanagement.com/new-york/profile/dua-lipa, www.nextmanagement.com/miami/profile/dua-lipa, www.nextmanagement.com/los-angeles/profile/dua-lipa, www.nextmanagement.com/london/profile/dua-lipa, www.nextmanagement.com/paris/profile/dua-lipa, www.nextmanagement.com/milan/profile/dua-lipa

Has Detailed Data (105)
1

Music Genre (Text)
Pop, Indie Pop, Dream Pop, Synthpop, R&b

Record Label
Warner Bros.

Official Websites
dualipa.com

Full Name at Birth
Dua Lipa

Height
68

Dating Status
Dating

Age
22

Current Partner
55124971

Wiki Bio Text
==Dua Lipa== (/ˈduːə ˈliːpə/; Albanian pronunciation: [dua liːpa]; born 22 August 1995) is an English singer, songwriter and model. Her musical career began at age 14, when she began covering songs by artists such as [[Christina Aguilera]] and [[Nelly Furtado]] on YouTube. In 2015, she was signed with [[Warner Bros. Records]], and released her first single soon after. In December 2016, a documentary about Lipa was commissioned by The Fader magazine, titled See in Blue. In January 2017, she won the EBBA Public Choice Award. Her self-titled debut studio album was released on 2 June 2017. ===Early life=== ====Lipa was born in London on 22 August 1995==== to Albanian parents from Kosovo who had left Pristina in the 1990s. She attended Sylvia Young Theatre School, part-time, moving to Kosovo with her family in 2008. Lipa grew up listening to her father, the Kosovar Albanian rock singer Dukagjin Lipa. At the age of 14, she began posting covers of her favourite songs by artists such as Christina Aguilera and Nelly Furtado on YouTube. At the age of 16, she moved back to London with aspirations of becoming a singer. Shortly after, she began working as a model. ===Career=== ====2015–present: Dua Lipa and See in Blue==== ====In 2015,==== Lipa began working on her debut album for Warner Bros. Records. In August 2015, she released her first single "New Love", produced by Emile Haynie and Andrew Wyatt. She released her second single "Be the One", written by Lucy "Pawws" Taylor, in October 2015. Lipa has said that "Be the One is the only song on my album I haven't written ... [but] I couldn't not take it, it's my favourite thing." "Be the One" achieved success across Europe, reaching number one in Belgium, Poland and Slovakia, as well as charting within the top 10 in over 11 European territories. In Australia and New Zealand, the song became an airplay success, reaching numbers 6 and 20 respectively. Lipa describes her musical style as "dark pop". On 30 November 2015, she was revealed as one of the acts on the BBC Sound of...2016 long list. Her first tour in the UK and Europe began in January 2016. In November 2016, Lipa concluded her tour through Europe. ====On 18 February 2016,==== Lipa released her third single "Last Dance", followed by "Hotter than Hell" on 6 May. "Hotter than Hell" became a hit worldwide, especially in the UK, where it peaked at number 15. On 26 August, her fifth overall single "Blow Your Mind (Mwah)" was released. It became the singer's first entry on the US Billboard Hot 100, debuting at number 72. "Blow Your Mind (Mwah)" also topped the Billboard Dance Club Songs chart and reached number 23 on the Billboard Mainstream Top 40 chart. Elsewhere, the song enjoyed moderate success, reaching the top 20 in Belgium, Hungary, New Zealand and Scotland. In the UK, the single peaked at number 30, making it the singer's second highest-charting single in British territory. In November 2016, Sean Paul released the single "No Lie" featuring Lipa. In December 2016, a documentary about Lipa was commissioned by The Fader magazine, called See in Blue. In January 2017, Martin Garrix released the single "Scared to Be Lonely" with Lipa. ====Her self-titled debut studio album==== was released on 2 June 2017.

Couple Profile Source
www.imdb.com/name/nm7645984/

Music Genre (Text)
Synth-Pop, R&b, Dream Pop, Dark Pop

Record Label
Dua Lipa Limited, Vertigo, Capitol

Dua Lipa Picture Gallery




Dua Lipa Movie and TV Show Credits

Share This on the Web


Posted by Wayne Murrell

Posted Mar 24

This site is cool and it rules.

Post a Comment

Your Name:
Your Email:
This will not appear on the site
Message:


DISCLAIMER:
You are solely responsible for the comments and other content that you post. AllStarPics.Net accepts no responsibility whatsoever in connection with or arising from such content.

D1 | D2 | D3 | D4 | D5 | D6 | D7 | D8 | D9 | D10 | D11 | D12 | D13 | D14 | D15 | D16 | D17 | D18 | D19 | D20 | D21 | D22 | D23 | D24 | D25 | D26 | D27 | D28 | D29 | D30 | D31 | D32 | D33 | D34 | D35 | D36 | D37 | D38 | D39 | D40 | D41 | D42 | D43

Latest Site Comments

Alexis Dziena Pics

Posted by big black c0ck Oct 11

lol, that view of your pu$$y with your legs spread and your mouth open make...

Miley Cyrus Pics

Posted by big black c0ck Oct 11

i love how you love flashing your ti*ts and pu$$y for everyone to see!! i b...

Charlize Theron Pics

Posted by DOUGLAS J. KIRKHAM Oct 10

Who is the most searched actor and actress on your website?

Iman Pics

Posted by jay Oct 8

where can I buy pictures of IMAN?


Browse Movie Galleries



Dua Lipa Links



Desktop | Mobile
This website is part of the FamousFix entertainment community. By continuing past this page, and by your continued use of this site, you agree to be bound by and abide by the Terms of Use. Loaded in 0.05 secs.
Terms of Use  |  Copyright  |  Privacy
Copyright 2006-2017, FamousFix