Watch Dua Lipa’s NPR Tiny Desk Concert Video

Dua Lipa has given us a much-needed dose of Future Nostalgia on NPR’s Tiny Desk series. During her performance, which premiered on Dec. 4, the 25-year-old singer delivered a fun retro-pop set as she crooned her hits “Levitating,” “Pretty Please,” “Love Again,” and “Don’t Start Now” from her sophomore album. Lipa, who rocked a patterned two-piece ensemble, was joined by her band in a London studio arranged as a living room with bookshelves, plants, and a warm illuminating hue.

Lipa’s staging came a week after she graced the world with her Studio 2054 livestream concert, which featured the likes of Elton John, Bad Bunny, FKA Twigs, J Balvin, and Miley Cyrus. The event garnered five million views, setting a new livestream record. “I can’t believe it’s all done!” Lipa wrote in an Instagram post after the virtual gathering. “Thank you so much for all your wonderful messages for #Studio2054 🚀❤️ I wish I could relive that moment over and over again… until next time!!”

Clearly, Lipa knows how to put on a virtual show! Watch her full Tiny Desk performance above.

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