Photo Illustration by The Daily Beast / Photo via Warner Nero fiddled while Rome burned. The band on the Titanic played as the ship went down. And Dua Lipa will have us dancing until the world ends. Dance-pop and the apocalypse are frequent bedfellows. It's as if they're horny for each other. Even the phrase "dance until the world ends" is cribbed from a Britney Spears dystopia banger. Maybe it's because the idea of the dance floor is inherently rebellious. From disco to raves, it hosts a euphoric celebration of everything that makes the morality police clutch blow their whistles. In its ideal state, one that's often chemically elevated, all inhibitions, insecurities, and anxieties evaporate. When dystopia looms, what could be more appealing? Or more renegade? Read more at The Daily Beast.
Are you ready to dance (at least 6 ft away from anyone else)? Unlike so many of her peers, reigning quarantine queen Dua Lipa dropped her sophomore album Future Nostalgia at midnight. Rather than delay her a