Song of the Week

Song of the Week: Zara Larsson ‘Bad Boys’

This weeks Song of the Week comes from a young little thing that I’ve been wanting to introduce for some time now. Her name is Zara Larsson and she’s a 16-year-old singer born in the land of pop gods, Sweden. Best known for winning the hit TV show Swedens Got Talent at the tender age of ten in 2008, Zara has spent the last couple of years perfecting her craft at her home base. Now with a three-year Epic Records contract under her belt, Zara is ready to take the world by storm with her thrilling new single “Bad Boy,” a clap-heavy pop-stomper about every females weakness, a bad boy. Though the minimalist production leaves something to be desired, the track focuses on Zara‘s infectious voice and serves as the perfect re-introduction for her. I cannot wait to see what else she has in store for us. GET FAMILIAR NOW!



  1. Love the song! And call me old but something about this video feels wrong, watching a 16 year old scantily dressed and gyrating all over the floor. Coulda did a better video.

  2. cool song, do you know who wrote and produced it?

  3. Talk about a short song….cool track though.

  4. Cool beat, good voice, but white girl dancing

  5. I’ve thought she was awesome since I saw her singing My Heart Will Go On when she was 10. Now it’s amazing what she has become.

    She has all the potential in the world to be huge. She just needs some good production n a good marketing team and she’s set. Her dancing is great, her voice is great, n she looks stunning.

    Can’t wait for her to hit the big time.

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