Zara Larsson – Lush Life Review
Some artist get all the fun, while others spend yawns trying to replicate the fame and stature, yet still fail to achieve that level of stardom. Who am I referring to? The petite and rather feisty Zara Larsson from Sweden. The rather young and amusingly popular Larsson, is creating worldwide buzz with her lusciously sassy flairs, in her newly released single Lush Life.
Lush Life was released as a standalone single, on June 5, 2015 in Sweden and four days later on June 9, 2015 internationally. The song has been released on CD and digital download together.
The single has seen a lot of remixing, through Remixes EP, Tinie Tempah remix and finally an acoustic version.
Larsson is arguably the Queen OF Sweden, her age has no limitation on her work, she just continues to bolster upon songs that not only stir up charts but gain increase amount of fan following.
Capitalizing on her success from her debut UK single “Never Forget You” with MNEK. She is intended to do the same with Lush Life and take Europe under lusciously charming Swedish persona.
Lush Life became Larsson’s second topped out single at the Swedish singles charts at No.1 and maintained position for a solid five week streak. The single did indeed make a solid impact on the musical charts of most European markets, by coming in the Top 5 of most of them. The song came in at No.4 on the ARIA charts and No.3 on the UK singles.
Albeit the singer just got to the legal age of having a driver’s license. She has sung the song, with as much passion. She is not afraid to impose her strong and catchy vocals through “Yeah I’mma dance my heart out ’til the dawn. But I won’t be done when morning comes. Doin’ it all nite, all summer “
She goes on to share memories of her past lover. How it all felt temporary and things skydived, during which she had uttered statements she resented. It was a crush. “Now I might have went and said too much. But that’s all it was. So I gave it up”
The track draws inspiration from EDM with tantalizing synths and a very groovy melody, that’ll get even the laziest person partying. It’s a typical Swedish song, with simple lyrics and more instrument cohesiveness along with a melody that is entertaining and sticks on the I-Pone playlist.
A music video was accompanied on July 1, 2015 on Larsson’s official vevo account on YouTube.