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Zara Larsson

About Zara Larsson

Zara Larsson has proven to be an energetic force in pop culture, producing R&B-inspired dance anthems that soar and seduce at the same time. The Swedish singer-songwriter emerged in 2013 with her lead single 'Uncover' (featured on her debut EP 'Introducing'), which received a triple platinum certification in her home country. One year later, Larsson released the studio album '1', boasting Swedish chart-toppers 'She's Not Me', 'Carry You Home', and 'Rooftop'.  

In 2015, Zara Larsson officially broke international ice. First, the multi-platinum single 'Lush Life' hit the top ten across Europe, then 'Never Forget You' achieved over 200 million streams worldwide, notably reaching No.1 on the US Billboard Digital Dance Chart. She also collaborated with Tinie Tempah for 'Girls Like' and David Guetta for the 2016 UEFA Euro Cup theme 'This One's For You'.  

By the time Zara's second album 'So Good' arrived in 2017, she'd released four more star-studded singles, including the Charlie Puth-penned titular track 'So Good' with Ty Dolla $ign, 'Symphony' with Clean Bandit, and the MNEK-produced 'Ain't My Fault'. These anthems continued her domination on the Swedish charts and marked the star's chart debut worldwide, reaching the Top 30 in the US. 

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The ‘Poster Girl’ & ‘Venus’ Eras

Larsson wrapped up 2018 with platinum-certified single 'Ruin My Life' and kickstarted 2019 with 'Don't Worry Bout Me', 'All the Time' and 'Wow'. She continued to collaborate with music royalty, recording 'A Brand New Day' with K-pop superstars BTS and the tropical club anthem 'Like It Is' with Tyga and Kygo. The singer also provided the theme song 'Invisible' for the animated film Klaus. These led to her third electropop album 'Poster Girl' in 2021, which cracked the Billboard 200.  

Two years later, the Swedish Grammi and MTV EMA award-winner returned with her record label Sommer House, releasing the 80s-inspired 'Can't Tame Her' (co-written with MNEK and MTHR) and 'On My Love' with David Guetta. Zara's fourth studio album 'Venus' landed in February 2024, alongside her European tour and acting debut in Netflix's film 'A Part of You.' 

When did Zara Larsson rise to fame?

Zara Larsson first caught the public's eye in 2008, winning the popular Swedish talent show Talang Sverige at ten years old. Following her success on the show, she released her debut EPs 'Introducing' and 'Allow Me to Introduce Myself' in 2013. 

Where was Zara Larsson born and raised?

Zara Larsson was born on 16 December 1997 and grew up in Tallkrogen, Enskede, south of Stockholm. Destined to be a star, the singer-songwriter trained at the Royal Swedish Ballet School, which explains her energetic dance moves on her sold-out tours! 

Does Zara Larsson have any siblings?

Zara Larsson has one sister, Hanna, who is three years younger. Hanna is also in the limelight as one-half of the R&B/Soul/Pop duo Lennixx alongside Andrea Kallström. 

Who are Zara Larsson's main influences?

Zara Larsson's influences include some of the world's most iconic female superstars, such as Beyoncé, Rihanna, and Robyn

Zara Larsson Tour Dates & Tickets

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