K-pop Diva Hwa Sa Elevated The Retro Vibe Of Dua Lipa's 'Physical' in Remix To Another Level

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Deanna Rivera in Music

Last updated: 20 March 2020, 10:57 GMT

Dua Lipa is doing another collaboration with K-pop artist, and this time teaming up with a pop diva herself, Hwa Sa of Mamamoo.

In 2019 Mnet Asian Music Awards, Hwa Sa covered "New Rules" before Dua took to the stage to perform "Don't Start Now." Hwa Sa later presented Dua with the international favorite artist award, and the two artists shared a hug onstage and a photo backstage.

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Previously, the British pop singer teamed up with 'Blackpink' on 'Kiss and Make Up' which was featured on the deluxe complete edition of Lipa's self-titled debut album in 2018. The track hit No. 94 on the Hot 100.

Monday, March 16, the official social media account of Mamamoo released an announcement that Hwa Sa and Dua Lipa have joined forces for a new remix of Physical, was dropped on Tuesday, March 17.

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Physical pays homage to Olivia Newton-John's 1981 song of the same name and is already getting people on their feet with its retro vibes and synth-heavy sound. The track originally released in January this year and Dua Lipa’s second single of her upcoming Future Nostaliga album, it peaked at No. 60 on the Billboard Hot 100 so far.

While its remix song is the latest unconventionaland exciting, in addition of featuring a K-pop singer, songwriter, and rapper to the mix, elevates the vibes of the song to a whole new level.

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Hwa Sa debuted in 2014 as part of the four members girl group, Mamamoo- earning No. 1s on both the World Albums and World Digital Song Sales charts. She prefers to embody a more mature, and sexy image than a traditional female K-pop idol. Then in 2019, she made a solo debut with single ‘Twit’, which peaked at No. 3 on World Digital Song Sales in February of last year and spent six weeks on the tally.

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Dua Lipa, on her previous collaboration with a South Korean group went on to chart in both America and Korea as well as in other countries despite never being released as an official single.

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