Dua Lipa’s trippy, disco, house music-inspired song “Hallucinate” has come to life with the release of the fantastical music video. The animated glittery short has us wishing we could all dance with the cartoon version of Dua Lipa and her anthropomorphic flower friends.
From watching Lipa stomp in her platform boots to seeing rainbows and smiling butterflies float across our screens, the video encapsulates the psychedelic sounds that reverberate from the Nu-disco Queen’s song.
With that said we wanted to share some of our favorite Dua music video moments that span from her first album Dua Lipa to her highly-favorited sophomore album, Future Nostalgia.
"New Rules" is certainly the song that many came to know and love Dua Lipa by. The music video's Miami, pastel, art deco essence took our love for Lipa one step further. Additionally, the homage to synchronized swimming had us very pleased.
Another poolside power anthem from Dua Lipa plus Calvin Harris, but this time the video has quirkier sensibility. The whole music video emulates the sun-tinged feeling of vibing really hard at Coachella... if you know you know.
"Electricity," AKA a staff favorite here at RADIO.COM. The song and the video exude energy, plus we love a blunt-cut and blonde Dua Lipa.
Break My Heart
The ever rotating and upside down world of "Break My Heart" gives a theatrical look at what it feels like to fall in love. Plus, Dua is serving us heavy references to drag ballroom culture, the disco era, Britney Spears' "Toxic" music video and potentially a reference to Quentin Tarantino's Pulp Fiction. Envision the scene where Uma Thurman and John Travolta dance in the diner.
The Pop Queen is giving us monochromatic realness and synth-pop, house beats and that's all we could really ask for.
Here she is in all her animated glory! We know you'll love every second of this eccentric, beautiful cartoon. Pro-tip: If you love psychedelic pop, watch Kacey Musgraves' "Oh, What A World" music video.
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