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to donate to channel my cash app is $uga1994 or PayPal.me/ejohnson1994 Dua Lipa developed a love for music at an early age, influenced by her father who performed in the Kosovan rock band Oda. She began singing at the age of five and wrote her first song about how she wanted to be like her mom when she was older. Lipa played the cello in school and also auditioned for her school’s choir, but was rejected after being told she could not sing. She began singing lessons after that. While living in Kosovo during her teen years, Lipa’s ambition to start a music career grew. At the age of 14, she wrote the song, “Lions & Tigers & Bears” which was inspired by The Wizard of Oz (1939). She published it on her SoundCloud page as her first demo in February 2012. Lipa determined the smaller music industry of Kosovo did not match the type of career she wanted as she desired a “global scale” one. As a result, she relocated to London where she was born, at the age of 15. Her parents felt comfortable allowing her to move there as the daughter of one of their friends lived there.
PayPal.me/ejohnson1994 After finishing school, Lipa took a gap year to find a manager while working at a restaurant. She was influenced by the discovery of Justin Bieber on YouTube which inspired her to take the same route as him. She began a modeling career to gain contacts in the music industry. Lipa began posting covers of songs such as “If I Ain’t Got You” (2004) by Alicia Keys and “Beautiful” (2002) by Christina Aguilera on YouTube. Although her videos did not reach great popularity, she used them as a form of portfolio and took them to London clubs such as KOKO where she thought she would meet people from the music industry who she could show them to. Additionally, Lipa uploaded music to SoundCloud, gave demo CDs to radio stations and sang in advertisements. After starring in an X Factor commercial, she met a producer who offered her a publishing deal. Flummoxed by this, she contacted an online friend for help as she did not understand it. He redirected Lipa to his attorney who advised her to not take it. The lawyer was impressed by her and introduced Lipa to Ben Mawson of TAP management while she was holding meetings with management companies. She eventually signed a publishing and management deal with TAP and a record deal with Warner Bros. Records; the latter company wanted her because they did not have a big female pop artist.