Zara Larsson shares “Don’t Worry Bout Me”

Today, award-winning multi-platinum pop powerhouse Zara Larsson shares a brand new track entitled “Don’t Worry Bout Me.”

The songstress once again drops a confident, catchy, and clever hook over buoyant production. The track sees her firing on all cylinders creatively as she maintains her prolific output. It also paves the way for more music to come as she readies her next official single.

Ahead of the song’s release, earlier this week Zara announced a new series of European headlining shows throughout May and June. The trek follows her previously announced North American headlining tour and precedes a summer-long international trek supporting Ed Sheeran, which expands with newly added dates across Europe.

Her most recent single “Ruin My Life” just surpassed 250 million cumulative streams. Discussing the song, she recently sat down with Time who claimed, “Zara Larsson is a pop star who’s about more than just the music.” She also chatted with Billboard in-depth.

Right now, she’s putting the finishing touches on her forthcoming second full-length and the follow-up to2017’s gold-certified history-making debut, So Good.

Every once in a while, a woman comes along and flips everything upside down. When it comes to pop music, Zara Larsson is that woman. The 20-year-old Swedish singer and songwriter quietly ascended to the forefront of modern pop with undeniable talent, uncompromising attitude, and unbelievable songcraft. As a result, she made history. Her ARIA gold-certified 2017 full-length, SO GOOD, holds the distinction of being “the second most-streamed debut on Spotify by a female artist ever,eclipsing 5 billion streams within two years. Among a bevy of smashes, ‘Never Forget You’ with MNEK reaped 5 x platinum in Australia, the #1 airplay smash ‘Lush Life’ is certified 5 x platinum, ‘Ain’t My Fault’ and ‘I Would Like’ have both achieved 2 x platinum status and an ‘So Good’ with Ty Dolla $ign is certified gold. Among numerous accolades, she landed on TIME Magazine’s “30 Most Influential Teens of 2016,” Maxim’s Hot 100 of 2018, and Billboard’s “21 Under 21” of 2017. Meanwhile, she achieved four Swedish Grammi Awards, namely “Best Song,” “Best Album,” and “Artist of the Year” (twice). Additionally, she has received nominations at the Teen Choice Awards, MTV VMAs, and more. She notably took the stage at the 2017 Nobel Peace Prize Concert to perform the top 5 airplay single Symphony’ alongside Clean Bandit. Zara returned to the music scene in October 2018 with the release of ‘Ruin My Life’. The single reached platinum accreditation in Australia and became Larsson’s 6th top 20 airplay single.