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Dua Lipa launches style and culture newsletter Service95 with podcast to follow

She's also working on a podcast where she'll interview people across music, politics, activism and more

By Charlotte Krol

Dua Lipa pictured wearing headphones by a mic in a studio
Dua Lipa. (Picture: Wikimedia Commons/NEALE HAYNES, Jaguar MENA)

Dua Lipa has launched a newsletter that the pop star says will provide insight and recommendations on style, arts and culture around the world.

Lipa announced the weekly free Service95 newsletter last November, which has gone live today (February 3). Readers can subscribe here.

“I find huge joy in telling people what I’ve learned about in any given city and love finding connection in our shared experiences. Service95 is going to take that idea and bring it to anyone who’s as curious as I am about life,” Lipa explained in a statement about the project.

“The more we share with each other, the closer we become, the wider our circles grow.”

Service95 will be followed by an accompanying podcast, ‘Dua Lipa: At Your Service’, in which the singer will interview “some of the world’s most fascinating, inspiring and influential names across music, literature, entertainment, fashion, activism, politics”.

Dua Lipa
Dua Lipa’s Service95. (Credit: Press).

Issue One of Service95 features “a need to know on Amapiano, the new wave of South African House music, Sinead Burke’s clarion call for diversity and accessibility, Hong Kong’s all female roller derby crew, an under the radar Parisian homeware haunt and Dua’s personal London restaurant recommendations”.

The first issue also sees Lipa speak about her current six-hour daily rehearsal schedule for her upcoming ‘Future Nostalgia’ tour, which kicks off next week in Miami before heading to the UK and Europe in April.

The UK leg of the tour begins in Manchester, with stops at Birmingham, Leeds, Newcastle, Glasgow, Nottingham, Cardiff and Liverpool and London.

Elsewhere, it was announced last year that Lipa’s management team, TaP Music, is set to work with the BBC to choose the UK’s entry for the 2022 Eurovision Song Contest.