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Her former management company, TaP Music, sold the rights back to Dua Lipa a year after she left the firm.
TaP Management announced on Thursday that it has sold Dua Lipa publishing rights back to the artist.
Anna Neville, co-President of TaP Music, said in a brief statement, “We wish Dua all the best for the future,” adding, “This is an exciting time for our publishing company – we are expanding our services and teams globally and continue to add talented writers and artists to our already stellar roster.”
Dua Lipa had signed with TaP in 2013 and, under the management company, gained peaks of international stardom during the next decade. In February 2022, the professional relationship dissolved abruptly nine days into her world tour.
The London- and Los Angeles-headquartered company TaP lists as clients Lana Del Rey, Ellie Goulding, Noah Cyrus, and Hailee Steinfeld, among others. TaP management also includes a record label venture with UMG.
Since leaving TaP, Dua Lipa has been professionally managed by her father, Dukagjin Lipa. Currently, Lipa is promoting her third studio album (still officially unannounced).
But Lipa has revealed details of her latest single, ‘Houdini,’ which will release on November 9.
Last week, Dua Lipa, along with Vic Mensa, Michael Stipe, and several high-profile celebrities, signed an open letter to President Biden, urging the US government to ‘facilitate a ceasefire’ in Gaza as the death toll from the Israel-Hamas war continues to climb.