Discover the fascinating story behind the rise of a new pop icon: Dua Lipa.
When Dua Lipa was eleven, her music teacher told her she wasn't good enough to join her school choir - her husky voice couldn't reach the high notes.
Now, she's a global star. Her songs are pop anthems, streamed billions of times; she's collaborated with everyone from Calvin Harris and Miley Cyrus to Madonna and Elton John; she's won Grammys, BRITs and MTV awards; and she's the biggest homegrown talent to emerge from the UK music scene since Ed Sheeran and Adele.
Dua's rise has been all the more impressive given that her Kosovan parents arrived in London as refugees, but her determination, hard work and undeniable voice have seen her transcend these humble beginnings, all while remaining fiercely proud of her heritage.
In this revealing biography from the publishers of Harry, Ariana and Adele, pop music journalist Caroline Sullivan charts Dua's incredible journey to pop superstardom. Spanning everything from her mainstream breakthrough to her sold-out Future Nostalgia Tour, and exploring her influences, activism and high-profile personal life, it paints the most complete portrait yet of this icon in the making.