(SPOT.ph) It's hard to believe it's only been a little over a month since Dua Lipa came to the Philippines for her one-night only show. You've probably nursed your concert hangover by rewatching your fave videos from the night. But if you still can't get enough, then you're in for a treat because "Kiss and Make Up," her highly anticipated collab with K-Pop girl group BLACKPINK is finally here—and it's sure to be playing nonstop everywhere soon enough.
The upbeat pop tune was released as one of the additional songs in the super deluxe version of Dua Lipa's self-titled album. It features the pop star singing about wanting to work things out with someone (Feel myself saying the same old things / But this love's important / Don't wanna lose, don't wanna lose you this way). BLACKPINK's Jennie, Lisa, Rosé, and Jisoo sing in Korean about going back to how it was when the relationship first started.
While you're playing the bop on loop, we round up more tunes from Dua Lipa and BLACKPINK that you should listen to if you can't get enough of the two artists—or if you're only starting to listen to either of them.
In this track, BLACKPINK puts together a trap beat, a hiphop-slash-pop sound, and an LSS-inducing hook. It's no wonder this reached the 55th place on the U.S. Billboard Hot 11 and 1st place on Billboard's U.S. World Digital Songs chart.
Artist: Silk City and Dua Lipa
Another hit featuring Dua Lipa's distinctive vocals, this piano-heavy bop is produced by Silk City a.k.a. Mark Ronson and Diplo. The lyrics about not giving up on a relationship complements "Kiss and Make Up" perfectly.
"As If It's Your Last"
BLACKPINK delivers another high-energy and fast-paced track with an infectious hook and fierce lyrics. But you'll also hear a more cheerful and livelier sound that'll remind you of "Kiss and Make Up."
Artist: Dua Lipa
"Kiss and Make Up" will understandably make you want to dance just from the intro alone. And Dua Lipa's "Dreams" has the same effect, while building up to a chorus that'll have you in the middle of the dancefloor in no time.
The girl group's debut single already showed their unmistakable, seamless blend of catchy hooks and edgy rap. It's a sound that you'll still hear in their collab with Dua Lipa.