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DUA GOES '80S ON NEW SINGLE/VIDEO

Warner's Dua Lipa dropped a new single, "Break My Heart," on Wednesday. Produced by Andrew Watt with Monsters and Strangerz, and co-written by Ali Tamposi, the track features a melodic interpolation of INXS' 1987 hit, "Need You Tonight."

Lipa now has three songs on Spotify's biggest playlist, Today’s Top Hits: "Break My Heart," "Physical" and #1 banger "Don't Start Now." Her new single also occupies the top spot on Spotify’s Pop Rising playlist.

Here's the video, which arrived Thursday morning:

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