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Dua Lipa Gets Deliriously ‘High’ On New Fifty Shades Freed Song

This better be used in a sex scene

A day before the Fifty Shades Freed soundtrack arrives in full, we’ve been gifted one final advance release: the Dua Lipa-sung “High.”

The song’s hard-hitting beat comes courtesy of 18-year-old Chicago producer Whethan, who told The Fader he was inspired by alternative and bedroom pop. Dua, meanwhile, channels her inner Anastasia Steele with soulful, sexy vocals.

“So why, why? / Don’t we get a little high, high?” the “New Rules” singer coyly suggests on the chorus. Later, she repeats, “don’t we get a little...” withholding that last word a few times before finally scratching it out: “high!” It’s a sweet tease and an even sweeter release, and my money’s on this one being used in a Fifty Shades sex scene. Honestly, it'd be wasted anywhere else.

Along with “High,” the Fifty Shades Freed soundtrack also includes Rita Ora and Liam Payne’s “ For You,” Hailee Steinfeld’s “ Capital Letters,” and Julia Michaels’s “ Heaven.” The star-studded album arrives on Friday (January 9), the same day the flick hits theaters. Let the heavy breathing commence.