FKA Twigs plans to call Dua Lipa to arrange to finish their duet

FKA Twigs says she wants to provide Dua Lipa a name to organise ending off their duet.

The ‘Tears In The Club’ star – who has simply dropped her collaborative mixtape,’ CAPRISONGS’ – and the ‘Levitating’ hitmaker teased followers by performing a tiny snippet of the observe throughout the latter’s ‘Studio 2054’ live-streamed live performance in 2020.

And the 33-year-old star says there’s “no explanation” as to why they’ve not acquired round to finishing it and placing it out on the earth.

On how the collaboration happened, twigs – whose actual title is Tahliah Barnett – informed Zane Lowe on Apple Music 1: “A friend of a friend sent me a voice note of somebody that I’ve never even met, like basically hassling me for that Dua Lipa bump.

“I used to be like, that is similar to the cherry on high. I’ll simply put that on. Why is not it on the web? Honestly, there’s actually no motive. I feel there’s really no motive why we’ve not completed it.

“I don’t even have a reason.

“I’ve been busy doing the mixtape, however possibly I’ll give Dua just a little name. Maybe it is one thing that we have to – Yeah, we’ll do it.

Yeah, we are going to. We will do it. We’ll do it. We’ll do it. We’ll do it. Yeah. There’s no motive. I’ve no clarification.

“I feel like I’m in school, you know when your teacher tells you off and you just have no reason for why you didn’t do your homework?”

Before the show-stopping efficiency – which noticed twigs pole dance – Dua, 26, teased: “[Twigs is] working on some new stuff and she hit me up and was like, ’Do you wanna get in the studio? Should we do something together?’.

“We made a song that we both really love. Then I asked her whether she wanted to be in the live-stream, and maybe we could tease a little bit of the song. So that’s what we’re gonna do, which I’m really, really, really excited about.”


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