In preparing for the next album to be blow up, Zara Larsson has shared that she had a number of tracks collaborated wit...
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In preparing for the next album to be blow up, Zara Larsson has shared that she had a number of tracks collaborated with some famous artists, but had to eject them out of the upcoming album.
It has been three years since her second album, So Good released.
Of course, the singer would want to save the best for last, as she has decided not to giving out any tunes to fans. So that the center stage will focus only on the upcoming new album.
In speaking of the track featuring with Ariana Grande, Zara Larsson said: "I don’t know if I’ll put it on the album, it’s not on there right now."
"Also, sorry to say to Ariana fans, you can’t really hear her on there anyway because we did a gang vocal thing, so there’s like ten people singing at the same time. But she’s so sweet."
"It’s a really good song. It’s about not feeling your best, being anxious and wishing you were someone else sometimes."
Zara then went on explaining her decision to work with the talented Thinking Out Loud singer, Ed Sheeran in a bunch of tracks.
"We worked together for the album but I’ve been working on this album for three years.", she said.
Zara made a burst into the music industry back in 2008 with the debut song was a cover of My Heart Will Go On, by Celine Dion.
The Swedish 22-year-old singer is yet to make a peak at UK chart as a solo artist - but has topped the chart with Clean Bandit on Symphony, the 2017 world wide hit.