Zara Larsson has been reflecting on her career through Twitter, issuing a bit of encouragement to women who have felt restricted by their dreams and ambitions.
The period between Christmas and new year is always a bit of a shambles - the days merge into one, you end up having a bit more time than usual to reflect on the past year, and you gear up to get your life back in order, setting goals for 2019.
Zara Larsson has decided to deliver a bit of encouragement to women on Twitter, revealing that she had big plans and expectations for herself from the beginning, "Every time I get asked if I could imagine myself doing what I do 10 years ago people always get so fucking shocked when I say yeah."
She adds, "I’ve always had big dreams and I’m not ashamed of that. I really believe in myself and for some reason that’s not ok for a lot of people."
Like no, of course I’m not surprised and yes, I could definitely see myself doing exactly this as a kid. I’ve always had big dreams and I’m not ashamed of that. I really believe in myself and for some reason that’s not ok for a lot of people.— Zara Larsson (@zaralarsson) December 27, 2018
Tell people about your big dreams girls!!!!! It’s ok to want more. It’s ok to know that you deserve better and that all your goals are reachable and THATS THAT ON THAT. thanks for coming to my Ted talk— Zara Larsson (@zaralarsson) December 27, 2018
Back in October Larsson returned with her glorious pop anthem "Ruin My Life". Last night (27 December), the Swedish pop star revealed her latest single had reached 100 million streams, stating, "THANK YOU SO MUCH I LOVE YOU FOREVER".
At just 20, Larsson has already collaborated with some huge stars, including Clean Bandit, Tinie Tempah, Ty Dolla $ign, MNEK, and more.