After a sweeping passage through Brazil, Dua Lipa is focused on the production of her new

album, successor to "Future Nostalgia". In an interview with "Vogue Australia", the singer shared details of the work, still 

without a definite release date. However, she stressed that she has been feeling 

increasingly free and in control of the situation for which path to follow in the work.

An advocate of women's rights, the British singer, voice of "New Rules," reflected

on how society, worldwide, has regressed in social policies. "Freedom, especially 

as a woman, means being able to take things into your own hands, to have control over the things you believe in. To really have a voice," she told the magazine.

"This is a very important time to talk about things that are important to us. And that's why it's important for me, with my platform, to do that as much as I can."