Singer Dua Lipa will be releasing her first newsletter titled Service95 online today. She made this announcement on her socials some days ago, “Our weekly newsletter launches on Thursday 3rd February 2022 with a debut issue packed with unmissable stories from across the globe.”
The “Levitating” hitmaker first announced the upcoming newsletter on an unlisted YouTube video two months ago: “I’ve been wanting to tell you about this for the longest time, and now that it’s ready I hope you’ll let me guide you through some of my favourite things I’ve discovered around the world over the years,” Lipa wrote on an accompanying Community Post.
“Service95 is a free weekly newsletter that will cover everything from little-known hotspots to up-and-coming artists and travel tips. Service95 will serve up a considered curation of lists, recommendations, stories, information, thoughts, perspectives, and conversations you won’t hear, see, or read anywhere else.”
She went on, “Powerful articles from the world’s most compelling voices will live alongside savvy social commentary, laugh-out-loud feature-writing, and left-of-center recommendations for anything from late-night snacks to the best in-flight music for long-haul trips.”
“We’ll also be sharing the important work of activists bringing to light causes and complex world issues we should all be talking about.”
The name “Service95” is a nod to the British artist’s birth year – 1995 – and “Service” is due to the feeling that she is “of service” to her fans.
The newsletter will be available in an impressively vast range of languages including English, Albanian, Arabic, French, Japanese, Korean, German, Italian, Russian and Spanish.
Fans are enthusiastically looking forward to reading the first issue of Service95 which drops on Thursday, 3rd February.
Sign up for the online newsletter on Service95.com
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