Introduced the present Studio 2054, by which he reviewed his album Future Nostalgia with company like Kylie Minogue, J Balvin and Miley Cyrus.
Neon lights, stylish dance halls and some drops of managed lack of management had been the important condiments of Studio 2054, the present with which Dua Lipa related with the world this Friday, November 27.
“Confinement results in a sedentary way of life, and from a sedentary way of life it’s troublesome to return. Due to this fact, it’s not dangerous a superb excuse to drive your self to maneuver your physique; and for that, Future Nostalgia it’s an album ordered to do “, wrote this chronicler on March 28, when he advisable the then model new album of the British singer, which he described as”a dance pact with the futuristic funky woman who got here from London. “
The reality is that this Friday’s present solely confirmed that look. For an hour and little extra it was not possible, final evening, to move in entrance of the display with out the physique giving in to the groove made in 70’s – 80’s which acts as a launching pad for melodies by which Dua Lipa strikes like a fish in water.
It’s true that if at first of the pandemic some streaming might be criticized for the amateurism with which the artists went out to point out their artwork, at this level the boundary between the “present” and the video clip begins to be considerably blurred. In reality, it actually does not matter if Dua Lipa did final evening reside or that she recorded it in July of this yr or in 2015.
In any case, the proposal was extra a visit again in time via a number of many years greater than a query of “alive” or “not alive”, to replace the aesthetics of the outdated Studio 54, epicenter of the “movida” New York disco of the late ’70s, and assembly place of essentially the most good figures of the “jet set” of the second.
In any case, that is what it is about musically Future Nostalgia, from his first track -the one that offers the album its title- going via songs like Levitating Y Fairly Please, by which the omnipresence of the beat invitations you to not keep nonetheless.
A bar there, the DJ’s cage in the course of the “stage,” a spout for a gorgeous pole dance from visitor FKA Twigs, a big and numerous corps of dancers with dug leggings, joggins or the wardrobe that corresponds to the choreo, additionally skaters or trapeze artists and a band that from time to time entered the picture, made up the principle image by which the singer appeared impeccable.
It’s true that the determine of Madonna flew over the scene repeatedly; however rather more as some extent of reference than as an imitation mirror. And that in that context Dua Lipa conceived an excellent present, which was enriched by the presence of the Belgian singer Angèle, to do a duet with the host in Fever, and the pop diva Kylie Minogue , which had a solo area that topped with a model of Actual Groove, in duet with Lipa. J Balvin additionally had a “tv” look.
The whole lot, a part of a narrative that solely misplaced some depth to be intervened with the model new video clip of Prisoner, by which the singer and Miley Cyrus pamper one another with out worry of contagion, which prompted the identical sensation because the repetition of an inconsequential play in a sport when there are three minutes remaining and the groups rally as if it had been the final time.
It was not so, nevertheless, when the one who appeared on the scene was Elton John, with a “shortened” and “restricted” model of Rocket Man, who put the dance on stand by, and everybody dealing with the display and with folded arms, as in a ceremony with one thing sacred. It was an immediate, and it was superb.
From then on, the get together ambiance took over the scene once more till the top. Or past him, in un after present get together animated with remixes of Future Nostalgia by which the singer joined as yet another.