British pop star Dua Lipa has become one of the biggest showbiz producers on the planet, after making $ 47.5 million.
That One kiss the singer, was given an opening line on the cover of Foo Fighters’ coronavirus charity Times like this, has doubled his fortune in the past year, up from $ 22.7 million.
He also has cash of $ 33.2 million in the bank, up from $ 16.5 million 12 months ago, according to the Two Lipa Live LLP number, which was submitted to Companies House.
An industry source said of the 24-year-old: “Two have quietly gone about their business and are now one of the most successful pop players.
“The latest account shows he can head to the same income bracket as Ed Sheeran.
“Considering he’s five years younger, the world is really his oyster. If he continued on this trajectory, he would rival Adele immediately. “
And the insider added: “Dua’s work ethic is astounding, and he’s very popular on his record label.
“He can become the biggest pop star in the country.”
Lipa released her second album, Nostalgia for the future, last month when locked. It was the number one hit in the UK and here in Australia, where the lead single was Don’t start now still in ARIA in the top five almost six months after release. Two further Lipa singles currently sit in the top 20.
And the cover of Foo Fighters’ charity Times like this expected to score another hit for the singer.
It features more than 20 actions – including Chris Martin, Rita Ora and Paloma Faith – with Lipa having been given the coveted opening lyrics.
The singer, who won a Grammy as Best New Artist last year, was born in London to Kosovo-Albanian parents.
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