Zara Larsson Talks Growth & Being On Stage

Being Zara LarssonZara Larsson revealed how she’s grown as an artist and person, how she feels performing on stage, and more in VEVO Lift’s Being Zara Larsson.

“Growing as an artist and as a person is kind of the same thing,” Zara explained. “Mom told me that the brain is fully developed at the age of 25, so I’ve got seven more years, but hopefully my art and my songs and what I do will develop always.”

Zara added, “I feel very powerful being on stage, but also the stage is a very vulnerable place, because everybody is watching you. It’s close to happiness. It’s close to being emotional. It especially depends on the songs you sing. It could be a really sad song about my boyfriend leaving me for another girl, or it could be happy song about how I’m sassy, I don’t need you.”

Watch it via YouTube below.

Zara Larsson ‘Ain’t My Fault’ Video Behind The Scenes

Zara Larsson on the set of her 'Ain't My Fault' music videoZara Larsson is out with behind the scenes footage of her ‘Ain’t My Fault’ music video shoot, where she, along with director Emil Nava and choreographer Jaquel Knight offer commentary about the treatment.

“The song is about me seeing this guy that I think is super cute, and I really want to do fun stuff with him,” Zara teased. “I’m basically saying whatever happens tonight, it’s not my fault. So it’s very flirty, it’s very fun. I think the video is just very sassy, because the song is so sassy. It’s pretty aggressive. I love that I got all these beautiful women surrounding me, like six dancers. It’s almost a girl power song.”

Watch it via YouTube below.

Zara Larsson ‘Ain’t My Fault’ Video

Zara Larsson 'Ain't My Fault' music videoZara Larsson is out with the music video to her new single ‘Ain’t My Fault’, off the Swedish pop singer’s upcoming second album on Epic Records. Zara explained that she changed the song she wrote with MNEK about how “it’s not my fault that” she stole another girl’s boyfriend because “I’m better you” by changing the lyrics to reflect her values. “I would never be proud of stealing a girl’s man and sing about it, it would be very not me,” Zara said. Watch the video via YouTube below.