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Swedish Sensation Zara Larsson Gets First Gold Record In US With “Never Forget You”

Zara Larson “Never Forget You” Epic Records

Epic Records’ 18-year old Swedish sensation Zara Larsson has reached RIAA gold certification in the U.S. with “Never Forget You, her global 6x-platinum #1 collaboration with co writer/producer MNEK. And the timing couldn’t be better, as Zara revs up for back-to-back TV performances next week: April 12th on The Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon and April 13th on The Today Show. These dates follow March appearances on Live With Kelly & Michael and Ellen.

“Never Forget You” is currently the #7 digital song in the U.S., #13-bullet at Pop radio, Top 5 on Shazam, and has totaled more than 90 million video views and nearly 200 million Spotify streams.  The song has captured traditional radio’s imagination as well: #13-bullet at Pop radio formats; #33-bullet at Hot AC; #38-bullet at Rhythmic.

Zara Larson Featuring MNEK

“Never Forget You”

TEN/Epic Records

Fittingly, Zara has dominated social and mainstream media alike, including coverage in: TimeSeventeenPeoplePaperNylonSpinId♥lator, and AdWeek.  She’s also launched an innovative beauty campaign with Clinique, that features an interactive music video for her single “Lush Life,” which dominated international charts for all of 2015.  Zara performs the smash in four different genres –pop, dance, country, and acoustic – and each video corresponds with a unique shade of Clinique Pop Lip Color. Check out the campaign at PlayWithPop.com.

Zara Larson

“Lush Life”

TEN/Epic Records

With a prestigious resume including a performance at the Nobel Peace Prize concert, Zara became a household name in her native Sweden in early 2013. Conquering all of Europe came next, courtesy of her career-defining IFPI 10x-platinum #1 hit “Uncover.”  The controversial song challenged social norms; its video, shot in NYC’s East Village, has amassed over 84 million YouTube views to date.  As a result, Zara swept Best Female Artist awards in 2013, 2014, and 2015 at Rockbjörnen, Sweden’s premier annual music awards show.