I have been lucky enough to see the fantastic Dua Lipa in concert twice. The first time was in Amsterdam. It was October 2016, and this British young woman with Albanian ancestry had just released a couple of days earlier ''Blow Your Mind (Mwah)''. She began to stand out and make her way in the world of young promises of pop offering dance sounds but soft and, above all, with personality. The tickets were 10€ and my friend Sofía and I showed up two hours before the concert, drank a bottle of wine while we queued and still managed to be in the second row (and take a picture with her <3). She barely gathered 2,000 fans, but who worryingly loyal and crazy for her. Half a year later, in July of 2017, I saw her again, much more confident and almost a mass idol. She was at her peak (and even better times would come). A month prior she had released her debut album, the namesake Dua Lipa, and two weeks ago she released the video clip of ''New Rules'', which was beginning to sound all over the world. In just half a year, the expectant crowd to see her had tripled, but the fanaticism and admiration that the fans showed for the artist was the same, as intense as fan can be. Lipa, who presented herself as a demigod of the normcore, sophisticated and urban, which had managed to convert thousands of people and make them join her sect of fans. From that summer, our protagonist would see how her career would take off as few artists’ have. It seemed that she was going to become a world-class star, and she did. Dua cut her hair and appeared before the world with a bob, and it seems silly, but this is often a sign of triumph (Rihanna with ''Umbrella'', Miley with ''We Can't Stop''), who do you think made this hairstyle a trend between teen girls? Dua came to slay. Her unique voice along with her musical style and appearance give her a personality and overwhelming presence that has helped to captivate all the fans she has around the world. With her debut album she set out to conquer the world. Dua Lipa was delayed three times, since the artist wanted to work in ''exciting collaborations''. And the wait was worth it: composed of dance-pop, electro-pop and tropical house dance songs, the artist's self-titled album is presented as one of the best debuts released by a female pop artist of this decade, which revolves around of empowerment, love and sex. In a time when the concept of ''pop star'' or ''pop princess'' seems to have died, Dua redefines this idea in her image. Ladies and gentlemen ... Are we facing the new and renovated pop princess?