Dua Lipa has his best US chart debut with “Don’t Start Now”


“Don’t Start Now” is on Hot 100. Dua Lipa had her best debut on the top US singles chart with her new work song. According to Billboard, “Don’t Start Now” starts its ranking walk at number 30.

The position is excellent especially when we consider that it has not yet made any promotional agenda in the country. Dua is only scheduled for a live performance of the new song on November 24 at the American Music Awards 2019. Since its release, “Don’t Start Now” has been featured on a British TV show and MTV EMA 2019.

The new single also featured entries on Digital Songs (# 6) with 14,000 downloads sold, Streaming Songs (# 18) with 13.2 million plays in the United States and Pop Songs (# 2.6) with 10.2 million on sale. radio prints.

Still according to Billboard this is the third Top 40 of the artist who has entered with “New Rules”, peaking at sixth position, and “One Kiss” (with Calvin Harris) that reached 26th place. The last song Dua released on Hot 100 before “Don’t Start Now” was “Electricity” (featuring Diplo and Mark Ronson’s Silk City), which hit 62nd in January this year.

Next month, the singer will present to everyone the title track of her second solo album due out in 2020. Dua has also promised to debut a clip to accompany the track.