Zara Larsson: Top 5 of her biggest hits

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Over the last ten years, Zara Larsson has established herself as one of the great pop stars with titles like “Symphony” or “Never Forget You”. Close-up on his biggest hits.

At only 26 years old, Zara Larsson already has an impressive career. Discovered thanks to her victory in the show “Incroyable talent” in Sweden, when she was only 10 years old, the young prodigy quickly established herself with her first album “1”. It was then thanks to her hit “Uncover” that she became known in Europe and more particularly in France. Often compared to Rihanna, Zara Larsson also made the whole world dance with David Guetta to “This One’s For You”, the Euro 2016 anthem.

WECB invites you to rediscover the five best pieces of his discography.

“Uncovered” (2013)

Impossible to start this classification other than with “Uncover”. This title, released in 2013, allows her to be compared to Rihanna as her voice is close to that of the Barbadian singer.

“Lush Life” (2015)

It was in 2015 that Zara Larsson’s voice reached the whole world thanks to “Lush Life”. Result ? The success of this hit propelled her onto the stage of the first part of Beyoncé’s “Formation World Tour” in London, in front of 90,000 spectators at Wembley Stadium.

“Never Forget You” with MNEK (2015)

In an attempt to once again infiltrate the charts everywhere, Zara Larsson called on MNEK the same year, a singer and producer who had already collaborated with Little Mix, Madonna and Clean Bandit. And it is precisely on a house field that the two artists meet. The success of “Never Forget You” was immediate.

“Ain’t My Fault” (2016)

Co-produced by Mike Spencer (Zayn, Years & Years, Foxes…), “Ain’t My Fault” was also born from his writing sessions with MNEK. The song was praised by specialist critics and has more than 400 million plays on YouTube.

“Symphony” with Clean Bandit (2017)

For this song, Zara Larsson is accompanied by the group Clean Bandit. And the fans seem to have appreciated their collaboration since the title now has 1.2 billion views on YouTube. At the microphone of WECB, the singer herself affirmed: “ I keep wanting to listen to it again because the melody is so beautiful, as are the lyrics. I just love all music. »


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