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Zara Maria Larsson (born 16 December 1997) is a Swedish singer and songwriter. At the age of 10, she achieved national fame in Sweden for winning the 2008 season of the talent show Talang, the Swedish version of British TV's Got Talent.[1] Four years later, in 2012, Larsson signed with the record label TEN Music Group and released her debut EP album Introducing in January 2013. The single "Uncover" topped the music charts in Scandinavia: Sweden, Denmark, and Norway.[2] In February 2013, "Uncover" was certified Platinum by Universal Music Sweden.[3] In July 2013, her EP Introducing was certified 3× Platinum in the country.Larsson signed a three-year contract with Epic Records in the United States in April 2013.[5] In 2016, she performed at the opening and closing ceremonies for UEFA Euro in France.[6]

Four years after her first album, Larsson's debut international album So Good was released on 17 March 2017 and entered at number seven on the UK Albums Chart. It produced eight singles: "Lush Life", "Never Forget You", "Ain't My Fault", "I Would Like", "So Good", "Don't Let Me Be Yours", "Only You", and "Symphony", a collaboration with Clean Bandit. Almost all the album's singles reached the top 15 in the UK. "Never Forget You" peaked in the United States at number 13 on the US Billboard Hot 100, giving Larsson and English singer MNEK their first entries on the chart. Similarly, "Symphony" became Larsson's first number one single on the UK Singles Chart.

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Early life[edit]

Larsson was born at Karolinska University Hospital in Solna, Stockholm County, Sweden, to Agnetha and Anders Larsson.[7][8] In an interview with Svenska Dagbladet, she said that she was born "dead" due to a lack of oxygen from nuchal cord.[8] She has a younger sister, Hanna, who is also a singer and a member of the band Hanna & Andrea.[9]

In a 2015 interview, Larsson said that she was accepted into the Adolf Fredrik's Music School, but declined because she did not want to sing in a choir.[10]

2008–11: Career beginnings[edit]

Larsson won the 2008 season of Talang, the Swedish adaptation of Got Talent, at the age of 10,[11] winning 500,000 kronor.[12][13] "My Heart Will Go On", originally sung by Celine Dion, was later released as Larsson's debut single.

2012–14: Breakthrough with 1[edit]

Larsson signed with TEN Music Group in 2012 to record her debut extended play. Larsson's debut EP, Introducing, was leaked on 9 December 2012 through a preview of "Uncover" on YouTube. The five-song album was released on 21 January 2013.[14] "Uncover" was released as the album's lead single. It peaked at number one on both the Sverigetopplistan and DigiListan charts,[15] as well as reaching number one in Norway and peaking at number three in Denmark,[16][17] and by 25 February 2013, the song was certified Platinum in Sweden by Universal Music Sweden.[3] The song entered the Svensktoppen track lists.[2] In July 2013, at Sommarkrysset in Gröna Lund, she received a 3× Platinum award for Introducing.[18]

On 27 March 2013, Larsson's next EP was revealed through a preview of "She's Not Me (Pt. 1)".[19] The five-song EP, Allow Me to Reintroduce Myself, was released on 5 July 2013. The double-single "She's Not Me" (consisting of "She's Not Me (Pt. 1)" and "She's Not Me (Pt. 2)") was released on 25 June 2013. On 3 April 2013, Larsson revealed on her blog that she had signed a three-year contract with Epic Records in the United States.[5][21] On 11 December 2013, Larsson performed at the Nobel Peace Prize Concert in Oslo.[22] On 1 October 2014, Larsson released her debut studio album 1, including the songs "Uncover", "Bad Boys" and "She's Not Me" (Pt. 1 and Pt. 2). The album went Platinum in Sweden. Larsson was an opening act for British singer Cher Lloyd's I Wish Tour.[23]

2015–present: So Good and international success[edit]

On 5 June 2015, Larsson released the single "Lush Life" from her upcoming second studio album. The song became her second number one single and was certified 4× Platinum in Sweden. The song reached the top five in Australia, Austria, Belgium, Denmark, Germany, Ireland, Norway, Netherlands, Switzerland and the United Kingdom.[24][25][26]

On 22 July 2015, Larsson released her collaboration with British singer MNEK, the single "Never Forget You".[27] The song reached number one in Sweden, number three in Australia.[28] and number five in the United Kingdom,[29][30] The song was certified Platinum in Sweden after two weeks.[31]

In February 2016, Tinie Tempah released "Girls Like" featuring Larsson.[32]Larsson was later featured in the official song of UEFA Euro 2016, David Guetta's "This One's for You".[33]

On 1 September 2016, Larsson released "Ain't My Fault", the third single taken from her upcoming album.[34] On 22 October 2016, Larsson was named one of Time's "30 Most Influential Teens of 2016".[35] She released "I Would Like", the fourth single from her upcoming album, on 11 November 2016.[36] It peaked at number two in the United Kingdom[37] and at number four in Sweden.[38]

In January 2017, Larsson released "So Good", featuring American rapper Ty Dolla Sign. The single served as the fifth single from her second album of the same name, which was released on 17 March 2017.[39] The album features other collaborations with Wizkid and Clean Bandit titled "Sundown" and "Symphony" respectively.[40] The latter track was released as a single on the same date and became Larsson's fifth number one single in her home country[41] and first number one single in the United Kingdom.[42] The album became her second number one album in Sweden and peaked in the top ten in Australia, Denmark, Finland, Netherlands, New Zealand, Norway[43] and the United Kingdom.[44]

On 12 May 2017, Larsson released a music video for "Don't Let Me Be Yours" as the sixth single from So Good,[45] with "Only You" being released as the seventh single from the album on 11 August 2017.[46]

On 11 December 2017, Larsson once again performed at the Nobel Peace Prize Concert, this time alongside American singer John Legend.[47]

In January 2018, Larsson was named to Forbes' "30 Under 30 Europe" list in the entertainment category.[48]

Personal life and views[edit]

Larsson, a self-proclaimed fan of Beyoncé, identifies as a feminist and models herself an "activist" after the singer.[49] She attributes her openness of opinion on social media and within interviews to her parents, claiming: "Both my parents are very educated when it comes to social issues and being woke about what's going on in the world, and they've been very supportive of me having a voice".[49]Larsson says she "has received a lot of hate" for her feminist opinions, including being called a "man hater". She responded that she "doesn't care" if people call her a man hater, because "it doesn't really hurt men if i hate them".[50]

Larsson has grown increasingly vocal with her impressions of other artists and industry workers with whom she works and admires. While she has high praise for performers such as Beyoncé,[49] she is equal in her opposing views of such artists like Dr. Luke[51] and Chris Brown.[52]

Artistry[edit]

Zara Larsson is mainly a pop[53][54][55] and R&B[56][57] singer, She also does electropop,[58]house,[59] and dance music.[60]

Her biggest influence is Beyoncé.[61]

Discography[edit]

Main article: Zara Larsson discography

Studio albums[edit]

Concert tours[edit]

Awards and nominations[edit]

Blog Awards[edit]

The Blog Awards is a Swedish award for social personalities

Bravo Otto[edit]

Established in 1957, the Bravo Otto is a German accolade presented by the Bravo magazine.

Brit Awards[edit]

First awarded in 1977, the Brit Awards are sponsored by Mastercard.

Capricho Awards[edit]

Capricho Awards are annual award made by Capricho magazine.

DAF Bama Music Awards[edit]

Gaygalan[edit]

Since 1999, the Gaygalan is a Swedish accolade presented by the QX magazine.

GAFFA Awards[edit]

Delivered since 1991. The GAFFA Awards (Danish: GAFFA Prisen) are a Danish award that rewards popular music awarded by the magazine of the same name.

Norway GAFFA Awards[edit]

Delivered since 2012. The GAFFA Awards (Norwegian: GAFFA Prisen) are a Norwegian award that rewards popular music awarded by the magazine of the same name.

Sweden GAFFA Awards[edit]

Delivered since 2010. The GAFFA Awards (Swedish: GAFFA Priset) are a Swedish award that rewards popular music awarded by the magazine of the same name.

Government's Music Export Prize[edit]

Since 1997, The Government has recognised achievements in the music industry that have put Sweden in the spotlight during the preceding year, and thus contributed to Swedish exports.

Grammis Awards[edit]

The Grammis Awards are the Swedish equivalent of the Grammy Awards. The awards ceremony is generally held each year in February in Stockholm.

Guldtuben[edit]

The Guldtuben were created in 2014 for the purpose of rewarding creators of creative content on social platform of the Nordic region.

iHeartRadio Music Awards[edit]

The iHeartRadio Music Awards is an international music awards show founded by iHeartRadio in 2014.

Latin American Music Awards[edit]

The Latin American Music Awards (Latin AMAs) is an annual American music award since 2015. It is the Spanish-language counterpart of the American Music Awards (AMAs).

MOBO Awards[edit]

The MOBO Awards (an acronym for Music of Black Origin) were established in 1996 by Kanya King. They are held annually in the United Kingdom to recognize artists of any race or nationality performing music of black origin.

MTV Awards[edit]

MTV Europe Music Awards[edit]

The MTV Europe Music Awards was established in 1994 by MTV Europe to award the music videos from European and international artists.

MTV Italian Music Awards[edit]

The MTV Italian Music Awards, also known as TRL Awards, are held annually in Italy by MTV.

MTV Video Music Awards[edit]

The MTV Video Music Awards was established in 1984 by MTV to award the music videos of the year.

Nickelodeon Kids' Choice awards[edit]

The Nickelodeon Kids' Choice Awards are annual award shows launched by Nickelodeon in several countries.

Nickelodeon Kids' Choice Awards[edit]

NME Awards[edit]

The NME Awards were created by the NME magazine and was first held in 1953.

NRJ Music Awards[edit]

The NRJ Music Awards was established in 2000 by the French radio station NRJ to honor the best in the French and worldwide music industry.

P3 Guld[edit]

P3 Guld is an annual award ceremony established by the Danish radio station DR P3.

Radio Disney Music Awards[edit]

First held in 2002, the Radio Disney Music Awards is an annual awards, which is operated and governed by Radio Disney.

Rockbjörnen[edit]

Rockbjörnen is a music prize in Sweden, divided into several categories, which is awarded annually by the newspaper Aftonbladet. The prize was first awarded in 1979, and is mostly centered on pop and rock.

Rollers Music Awards[edit]

The Rollers Music Awards are Spanish awards founded by the website ¡A tu rollo! in 2014.

Scandipop Awards[edit]

The Scandipop Awards are an annual British online music award.

Streamy Awards[edit]

The Streamy Awards are annual awards that recognize and honor excellence in online video.

Swedish Music Publishers Association Awards[edit]

The Swedish Music Publishers Association Awards (Swedish: Musikförläggarnas Pris) has been held since 2003.

Sync Awards[edit]

The Music Week's Sync Awards are awarded by the British website New Bay for the purpose of recognizing the best sync individuals, teams and placements across a broad range of media.

Teen Choice Awards[edit]

The Teen Choice Awards are presented annually by Fox Broadcasting Company.

WDM Radio Awards[edit]

The WDM Radio Awards is an award ceremony created in 2017 by Los 40 under their World Dance Music brand, billed as "the first radio awards to electronic music". It is meant to be a global event, promoted by the twelve Los 40 stations in Spain and Latin America.

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