Dua Lipa Unveils Sultry 'Fifty Shades Freed' Soundtrack 'High'

The track, which was produced by 18-year-old Whethan, finds Lipa flirtatiously singing about BDSM sexual practice.

AceShowbiz - A day before the release of "Fifty Shades Freed" soundtrack album, %cDua Lipa% has given fans of the movie one last taste of the soundtrack. The British songstress released her contribution entitled "High" on February 8.

Produced by 18-year-old Chicago producer Whethan, the track finds Lipa flirtatiously spitting lines about BDSM sexual practice. With her sensual vocals, the track is a perfect tune for the sex scenes between Christian Grey and Anastasia Steele in the movie.

"You don't have to be so cautious/ If you practice what you preach/ Counting up the stacks on the counter/ A f***ing (disease)," she sings. "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."

Talking about the track, Whethan revealed to The Fader that the song was inspired by alternative and bedroom pop. "I wanted to go in a new direction with this song and I think it shows more of my alternative side," he told the news outlet.

"I've been influenced by a lot of alternative and bedroom pop lately, so it's exciting for me to start to show this new style," he continued. "This is the first time I've had my song in a movie and I've been waiting for this one to come out for a long time. I hope you're as excited as I am."

The soundtrack album to the final installment of the "Fifty Shades" franchise is due out on February 9, the same day the erotic flick hits theaters across the nation. Based on the novel of the same name by E.L. James, "Fifty Shades Freed" will follow the lives of business mogul Christian Grey (%cJamie Dornan%) and book publishing editor Anastasia Steele (%cDakota Johnson%) after their wedding.

Directed by James Foley, the movie also stars %cEric Johnson%, %cKim Basinger%, %cRita Ora% and %cMax Martini% among others.

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