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If one thing is certain, Zara Larsson's new single "Ruin My Life" will be released. The dreamy popupup anthem, which fits perfectly on a playlist with Ariana Grandes "thank you, next" – is a handsome ear mask that gets stuck in your head after listening. Rolling stones celebrated the 20-year-old Swedish musician's track as "a straight forward, exciting stadium pop." So one thing, Larsson, did not expect it to be the subject matter.
After her breakout win on the Swedish equivalent of America has talent In just 10 years, the singer-songwriter has released two studio albums and has made a name for himself outside the kingdom of music.
A proud feminist, Larsson has cried out ruthlessly against sexual harassment, "not everyone's" mentality, and is an enthusiastic advocate for safe sex education and access to medical care. So after a fan called the song to probably spread an anti-feminist message – "Ruin My Life" is about the enticing drag of a poison-Larsson felt the need to deal with it in a tweet that goes: