Swedish singer-songwriter Zara Larsson has signed with Sony Music Publishing, the company announced Monday morning. The singer, whose new album “Poster Girl” will be released on Friday, has enjoyed a solid run of hits over the past few years, including “Ruin My Life,” “All The Time,” “Lush Life,” and “Never Forget You,” as well as collaborations like “A Brand New Day” with BTS and “Like It Is” with Kygo and Tyga.
Recently, Larsson released the single “Look What You’ve Done” in advance of “Poster Girl.” The 12-track album will feature her 2020 hits “Wow,” “Love Me Land,” and “Talk About Love” (featuring Young Thug). The singer will be hosting an online concert on her YouTube channel for International Women’s Day on March 8.
Larsson, pictured above (left) with Sony Music Publishing Managing Director, Scandinavia and Senior VP A&R Johnny Tennander, said, “I’m so excited to start working with Johnny, Katie and everyone at Sony Music Publishing. They have such an incredible team and roster and I can’t wait to be a part of it.”
Tennander, “We’re incredibly proud to be working with Zara and to welcome her to Sony Music Publishing. Zara is a real artist and she also stands for something – she has something to say. Ola Håkansson and the Ten team together with the Epic team have done an amazing job building her career into becoming a global superstar, and we very much look forward to being a part of the team and taking Zara to new heights!”
Katie Welle, Sony Music Publishing Senior VP, Creative said: “Zara has already achieved an incredible global legacy yet has so much future ahead of her. We are thrilled to partner with Zara, London15 and the rest of her incredible team.”
Larsson gained international prominence in 2015 with the release of her breakthrough hits “Lush Life” and “Never Forget You” ft. MNEK, and followed two years later with her debut album “So Good.” She has won four MTV EMA awards, four Swedish Grammy awards, eight Rockbjörnen and four BRIT nominations, among other accolades.
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