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Megan Thee Stallion and Dua Lipa tease new single coming this week

The Houston rapper is set to join Dua Lipa at select dates on her 'Future Nostalgia' tour this month

By Hollie Geraghty

Megan Thee Stallion wears a feathery top and blue bobbles in her hair next to a picture of Dua Lipa with blonde hair in a yellow top
Megan Thee Stallion and Dua Lipa's collaborative single is due to arrive March 11

Megan Thee Stallion and Dua Lipa have announced a new collaborative single coming later this week.

The Houston rapper teased the collaboration on Twitter yesterday (March 6), posting images of the two iced onto four different coloured cakes with the caption ‘3/11’ (March 11th).

Lipa also shared a preview on Instagram, in which WhatsApp voice memo plays a snippet of the song. “Me and Dua Lipa finna get the party lit,” Megan can be heard rapping.

The ‘WAP’ singer is set to join Lipa on her US ‘Future Nostalgia’ tour in Denver, Tulsa and Phoenix.

Megan last month gave an update on what to expect from new material and hinted at the collaboration from “somebody you might know”, adding that it was going to be “fire”.

Earlier this month she also announced a VR concert tour called ‘Enter Thee Hottieverse’. Fans can watch the show at the cinema where they will wear a VR headset called “Hottie Mounted Displays”.

She is scheduled to perform at a number of festivals this summer including Reading & LeedsManchester’s Parklife, Wireless at Finsbury Park and Longitude in Dublin. She’ll make further appearances at Coachella, Barcelona’s Primavera Sound among other events.

Meanwhile, Lipa is facing a second copyright lawsuit over her single ‘Levitating’, less than a week after a Florida-based reggae band claimed that she plagiarised their material.

Last week it was reported that Artikal Sound System filed a case in a Los Angeles Court, claiming that the singer ripped the track from their 2017 song ‘Live Your Life.’

Now, songwriters L. Russell Brown and Sandy Linzer have accused Lipa of copying their 1979 track ‘Wiggle and Giggle All Night’ and 1980 song ‘Don Diablo’, according to Billboard .

In a complaint filed Mach 4 in Manhatten federal court, they said the opening of Lipa’s hit song was a “duplicate” of their melody.

“Defendants have levitated away plaintiffs’ intellectual property,” lawyers for Brown and Linzer wrote in the complaint. “Plaintiffs bring suit so that defendants cannot wiggle out of their willful infringement.”