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Zara Larsson Wants To Do a Girl-Power Album, And We Are Here For It!

Zara Larsson has been known to tweet relatable and funny things that end up going viral, but nothing could have prepared music stans and regular fans for her most recent series of tweets.

It all started when Zara Larsson responded to this fans question on Twitter:

Zara quickly responded with a list of all-powerful and chart-topping legends such as Nicki Minaj, Charli XCX, Tove Lo, Camila Cabello, Alessia Cara, Dua Lipa, Alma, and SZA.

An all-girl power album? In a world of way too many mediocre male acts? Sounds iconic.

Zara Larsson’s idea quickly sparked responses from her list of possible collab partners.

Female artists supporting and uplifting each other? While not being compared or pitted against each other? Ground-breaking, outstanding, jaw-dropping.

A fan then asked Zara Larsson why she didn’t have Beyoncé on her list of people she wanted to work with, to which Larsson wittily responded with:

So not only does Miss Zara Larsson want to empower other female artists with a girl-power album, she also respects Queen Bey as the legend that she is. We have decided to stan Zara Larsson forever!

Are you here for a possible girl-power album? Sound off in the comments!

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Matthew Reid is a 20 year old Canadian student majoring in Television and Video Production. He is a self proclaimed intersectional feminist, comic-book geek, and avid baby carrot enthusiast. — Contact him at matthewreid9@hotmail.com

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