Dua Lipa’s toughest video to shoot

Dua Lipa has just risen up to number one on this week’s WEEKLY TOP 20. Her empowering and catchy pop hit IDGAF passed right through Bruno MarsFinesse which remains at number 2. Meanwhile, Louis Tomlinson’s Miss You had the highest jump up from the number 10 spot to number 4. And somewhere along the charts two new songs debut; Liam Payne & Rita Ora’s Fifty Shades track ‘For You’ and the catchy nu-disco hit Mirage by Satin Jackets.

Sick Boy’ by The Chainsmokers

  • In “Sick Boy,” Andrew Taggart deals with the cultures of the East and West coasts of America and the self-doubt both sides cause in him. Unlike their previous songs, usually revolving around themes of love, this song combines a political stance with an ironic undertone.

Mirage’ by Satin Jackets

  • ‘Mirage’ is the new single from German producer Tim Bernhardt, aka Satin Jackets. Released just last November, ‘Mirage’ continues Satin Jacket’s winning streak that has made him one of the hottest nu-disco/house producers around, clocking up more than 20 million plays on Spotify alone in the past few years.

For You (Fifty Shades Freed)’ by Liam Payne & Rita Ora

  • Liam Payne teams up with Rita Ora for this love song recorded as the lead single for the Fifty Shades Freed movie. Ora also reprises her role as Christian Grey's sister Mia in this third installment of the Fifty Shades of Grey trilogy.

GOSSIP – Liam Payne

Last week Liam Payne posted an adorable picture of his son, named Bear on Snapchat. He joked that his 11-month old baby is “competing” with him to be Cheryl Cole’s Valentine. The former One Direction star shared the image of their child wearing a customized t-shirt with the words “Bear is Mummy’s little Valentine” printed on the front, which garnered half a million likes on Instagram.

#1 ‘IDGAF’ by Dua Lipa

Have you seen the music video to this song? Dua Lipa it was "the toughest and most challenging video to film." She explained that it took the team 22 hours to shoot the music video starting at 6 a.m. and finishing at 4 a.m. the day after.