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Dua Lipa And Whethan Get A Little "High" On 'Fifty Shades Freed' Track: Listen

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The Fifty Shades Freed soundtrack has no shortage of brooding sex bombs.

The Fifty Shades Freed soundtrack has no shortage of brooding sex bombs.

Dua Lipa and producer Whethan's contribution is no different.

On "High," Dua sings about an intoxicating encounter with lust. "You don't have to be so cautious / If you practice what you preach," she croons over Whethan's icy, cinematic beat. "Counting up the stacks on the counter / A f---ing (disease) / Don't ask me to be righteous / If you practice what you teach / Counting all your blessings the second you're down on your knees."

Related: Julia Michaels Loves A Bad Boy On Icy ‘Fifty Shades Freed’ Soundtrack Song “Heaven”: Listen

“'High' is a song that shows my alternative electronic direction and has the amazing Dua Lipa singing on it,” Whethan said in a press release via Billboard. “I've been excited for people to hear this one, and I can’t wait for people to hear all my new music coming out.”

Related: Rita Ora And Liam Payne Defy Gravity In The Stunning “For You” Video Off The 'Fifty Shades Freed' Soundtrack

Dua has released one gem after the next, and this haunting, melancholy pop cut suits her.

Listen below:

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