Watch Dua Lipa take over NPR’s ‘Tiny Desk (Home)’
Since the rapid pivot to livestream and digital events brought on earlier this year, NPR quickly reorganized to transition their “Tiny Desk” series to quarantine standards. Having hosted Billie Eilish, Tame Impala, Skrillex, and Ty Dolla $ign, among others, to its socially-distanced “Home” edition, the latest issue welcomes Dua Lipa for her long-awaited “Tiny Desk” debut.
In an exercise of the impeccable, Lipa performs a four-track itinerary that finds her vocal performance at the height of confidence, of equal match to the tasteful vibrancy of the London-based room setup. Along with her intimate band of singers, a guitarist, and bassist, the pop phenom opens with “Levitating,” before going into a batch of songs from her sophomore album Future Nostalgia, including hit “Don’t Start Now,” “Love Again,” and “Pretty Please.”
Watch Dua Lipa’s “Tiny Desk (Home)” performance below.
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