≡ Menu

Dua Lipa Quotes

Dua Lipa

Dua Lipa quotes: the singer’s most popular soundbites.

“Don’t matter what’s written. We can start all over again.”

“You’ve got to leave your mark.”

“Every time you achieve something, you want to go after what’s next.”

“I always told myself never to have a plan B. I feel like that’s also one of the reasons I’m doing what I’m doing now, because I just never really rested until I got here.”

“For me, my aim is to just be as good as possible. If people do look up to me, I have to set the best example I can.”

“If they can do it, then maybe I can. We all set out on a dream to be able to do this so we have to support other people that also want to do the same and show them that it is possible.”

“Success, to me, is just doing things that I’m really proud of.”

“Success creates freedom.”

“We all have to work a little bit harder to be taken seriously, but it’s not something that we’re not used to doing. Time always tells.”

“What we’ve done for so many years is learn to micromanage what gets thrown at you. You get tougher and stronger and you learn to walk away or stand your ground.”

“I believe in supporting women in all fields of work.”

“In an ideal world we’d have both: somebody that we really feel we can get behind, someone where we can stick by everything that they do. But with everything going on, we always need to take the one step in the right direction and vote for the party that represents everyone and not just the few. That’s how we’ll see a better future.”

“I haven’t been told not to say stuff about things I feel passionate about. If somebody told me not to discuss issues I’m passionate about, I wouldn’t listen. I’ve always been this way and I feel like nothing can really change who I am as a person. It’s really important to talk about topics and normalize them.”

“We’re learning a lot about empathy and that patience is important. It’s about learning to not take things for granted, and to make the moments you have with your family and friends really count; making sure you have meaningful conversations and that everything you do has purpose. You wanna make sure what you say is good and that you spread kindness and empathize with people’s different situations.”

“I’m staying true to myself—determined and hopeful. In the face of the current turmoil, I really think this is gonna change people. We’re definitely gonna learn a big lesson.”

“I’m at home just like everyone else. We’re trying to get creative and make it fun with little things that we have. Let’s inspire each other, let’s give each other ideas.”

“Have patience. Be patient with yourself. There’s a lot of pressure during this time. We’re all going through collectively what is quite a traumatic experience. Be kind to yourself. We need to figure out a way to be kinder to ourselves and each other, instead of bring each other down.”

“You never know what the next thing is that could unite people.”

“My father was a musician, so I feel like falling into this career was a bit inevitable. My parents never pushed me towards music. I feel like, growing up in a musical household and always being surrounded by it, I was always kind of a performer child.”

“I returned to the UK, alone, to pursue my dream of becoming a singer. I didn’t feel like there was enough opportunity for me to be able to do this from Kosovo. So when I moved back to London at the age of 15, I was still going to school, but I thought, ‘I’m going to use social media to my advantage and I’m going to put some covers online.’ Deep down I wanted to have that Justin Bieber effect where someone would find me on YouTube!”

“I’m so fortunate—well, fortunate and unfortunate, I suppose—that my parents moved to London from Kosovo and allowed me to be here and pursue a career I could only dream of. I feel like a lot more kids need to have that same opportunity.”

“I hope I inspire some more kids in Kosovo to know they can do whatever they set their mind to; anything is possible, no matter where you’re from.”

“To earn money for music sessions, I worked in restaurants and nightclubs, eventually scoring a record contract at the age of 18. My debut album experience also helped me define who I wanted to be as an artist. I feel like I’m very much more in touch with who I am now. I have a very clear idea of what I’m doing and what I want to say. Things I’m not afraid of.”

“I knew what I had to do to be the very best I could be, so I made sure I had a significant amount of time to be able to do that.”

“I started posting covers online and having this crazy determination about what I wanted to do and just went for it. I was like, ‘Okay, no one else can create my future for me, and no one can get what I want for me, so I have to go out and get it myself.'”

“I’ve always been very much in control of my music and my image, and I think one of the things I’ve been lucky about is I didn’t bring a label on board until I really figured out who I was.”

“My goal is to get my music out to as many people as possible. That a song of mine is being played on the radio so far away from home really, really pushes me. It’s everything I’ve dreamed of.”

“Music serves as an escape and I’m hoping that… music just brings some light and joy, and takes away from what’s going on outside.”

“I’m learning to accept myself. I’m still in the process of learning to love who I am. And it’s been really refreshing and really nice to be able to do that and be okay. I think my fans have brought that out in me.”

“I got new rules, I count them. I gotta tell them to myself.”

“Note to self: self-love isn’t selfish.”

“I never really wanted to base success on charts and chart positioning. For me, it’s really about the shows and seeing them grow.”

“I’ve been able to live my dream and do something on a global scale.”

“I still take a lot of pride in being able to write my own songs. My story’s coming from me.”

“I want to do this for as long as I can and still feel hungry.”

“I don’t wanna live another life ‘cause this one’s pretty nice.”

“All my dreams have come true.”

“Be kind to yourself a little more every day.”

Related: Rihanna quotes.

Cory Johnson: your momma’s neighbor’s side chick’s last Uber Eats delivery guy’s third-favorite blogger. Here’s how he makes millions of dollars blogging without being bothered.