Zara Larsson Drops New Single “So Good” Featuring Ty Dolla $ign

UPDATE // JANUARY 26:

Zara Larsson premiered the studio version of "So Good" featuring Ty Dolla $ign on Friday, and as you might have guessed... it's so good (heh).

“You’ll be stuck on it because my love’s so good, so ya keep comin’ back to get some more,” she sings over subtle electro production and a pulsating beat. “Got you in your feelings so emotional, my love, my love, so good, so good.”

Idolator reports Zara teamed up with an A-list fleet of songwriters, including Charlie Puth, Jacob Kasher, LunchMoney Lewis and Danny Boy Styles.

Last year, Epic Records head honcho L.A. Reid said out "of all of the artists that are in my life currently [Zara] has the potential to be the biggest of all of them, and there are some big ones." Considering LA works with Jennifer Lopez, Fifth Harmony and many more, those are some huge shoes to fill. Does Zara have what it takes to be the best? Listen to "So Good" below and let us know in Exhale.






EARLIER // JANUARY 18:

That Larsson reign just won't let up.

Zara Larsson is gearing towards the long-awaited release of her international debut and has just one last move before it drops: her brilliant new single "So Good."

The 19-year-old premiered the song live on Swedish television prior to its official release this Friday (Jan 20).

Co-penned by Charlie Puth, LunchMoney Lewis and Ty Dolla $ign, "So Good" sees Zara take on a different sound from the dance-pop of "I Would Like" or the brashy "Ain't My Fault" as she slows it down to get sensual with a lover.

The single version is expected to feature "Work From Home" rapper Ty Dolla $ign and will impact U.S. radio on Jan 31.

"Ain't My Fault" was her most recent U.S. single meanwhile "I Would Like" was released to international audiences in November, and became her biggest UK hit to date as it peaked #2 in December.

Listen to "So Good" below.

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