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Zara Larsson is The Goddess of Love and Dance on “VENUS”

"It's a little reintroduction to me stepping into womanhood and being a boss," the 26-year-old says.

Zara Larsson has always been a hitmaker, but she reaches goddess status on her new, dance-influenced album, VENUS. To celebrate the release, the Swedish singer-songwriter released the music video for her latest single, “You Love Who You Love.” After reclaiming her entire recording catalog, VENUS exemplifies the brave first step in a new partnership between Sony Music and Larsson’s own Sommer House label.

“It’s a little bit all over the place, but that’s honestly just very me!” Larsson gushed about VENUS in a statement. Produced majorly by Rick Nowels and Danja, the record features previous singles “Can’t Tame Her,” “End Of Time” and the David Guetta collaboration, “Out Of Love.”

“I think just creating this album was very freeing for me,” she said to ABC News. “This is my fourth studio album, and I think when you’ve done a few, it’s quite easy to kind of compare yourself to your previous work. I just went into this one with complete freedom […], so it’s a little reintroduction to me stepping into womanhood and being a boss.”

On the surface, VENUS is another dance record. But on a deeper level, the “Lush Life” singer is on a healing journey perfectly fit for the dance floor. Whether taking a symphonious breather on “Nothing” or loading straight gas on “Ammunition,” Larsson is solely concerned with the best version of herself. Only introspective baddies allowed.

On Feb. 16, the platinum-selling artist will tour the UK and Europe across 16 dates, hitting beloved venues like London’s 02 Academy, Dublin’s Fairview Park, Paris’s Le Trianon and more. Check out more ticket information here.

In other pop news, Pink announced her 2024 summer carnival tour.

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