Dua Lipa says working with Madonna and Missy Elliott was "staggering".

The 24-year-old pop star as of late affirmed she figured out how to get the Queen of Pop and the 'Get Ur Freak On' hitmaker to include on a remix of her track 'Suspend' - which initially highlighted on her subsequent collection, 'Future Nostalgia' - and has now said she despite everything can't accept the coordinated effort really occurred.

Dua Lipa says working with Madonna and Missy Elliott was "staggering".

She stated: "It's constantly been a gigantic dream of mine to get the opportunity to work with both Madonna and Missy Elliott, and to have had the option to assemble them two of every a tune, and for them both to truly be into a melody, and for them both to need to bounce on a track, is so insane. Indeed, even as I state it, realizing without a doubt that it is going to come out soon, it despite everything feels unimaginable to me. Like, mind-boggling."

The remix - which is set to be delivered on August 14 - was assembled by DJ and maker The Blessed Madonna, and Dua admitted she wasn't hoping to get both of the notorious performers to highlight on the track, however, sent them an email in case.

Talking during an appearance on the 'Debris London LIVE' digital recording, she stated, "It's amazing. It was predominantly ... it started as a joint effort with me and The Blessed Madonna, who is a DJ and a maker, and we thought we'd make a pleasant club remix of the track, and
 It was actually a discussion with my chief and I resembled 'You know, on the off chance that I don't state it, I don't get it, so I believe I simply need to proceed to put it out there.' I am a firm adherent to that. I simply talk, and I trust that they show."

Dua as of late said working with Madonna and Missy Elliott was a "fantasy materialize".

Declaring the track via web-based networking media a week ago, she expressed "Suspending REMIXED BY THE BLESSED MADONNA FEATURING MY IDOLS MADONNA and MISSY ELLIOTT - 14TH OF AUGUST - DREAM COME TRUE LET’S GO! (Sic)"


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