Zara Larsson Proudly Calls Herself 'Boss Lady' After Buying Back Her Master Recordings

Feeling very proud after obtaining her master recordings, the 'Lush Life' singer claims being her own boss is a 'rare, rare thing in the music industry.'

AceShowbiz - Zara Larsson is "in control" of her own career. The 26-year-old pop star thinks she's assumed control of her own destiny after buying back her master recordings and setting up her own record label.

"I feel like I'm a boss lady. I feel grown, and I feel like I'm in control over what I do in a different way," Zara - who recently released her new album, "Venus" - told the BBC.

The blonde beauty thinks the decision to launch her own record label - Sommer House - is an entirely logical move. Zara describes being her own boss as a "rare, rare thing in the music industry."

She joked, "If I release something and it doesn't go well, I can't just go, 'Well, it was my label's fault'. But I have a great team; and I'm still with a lot of the people I've been working with for a long time, so we know what we're doing."

Zara is currently focused on her own career. But in the long-term, she's keen to identify and sign some new talent. The "Lush Life" hitmaker shared, "I want to sign my own artists and producers and writers, because now I have the foundation set up for it. Right now, I don't know if I have the capacity, but life is long. I'm only 26."

Meanwhile, Zara previously likened songwriting to speed dating. The singer has worked with a host of big-name writers during her career, and Zara admitted that it's been a frantic experience at times.

She told NME, "The fact that I'm in the studio with them [and am] working with them long term, it's something that I've appreciated a lot. I've been really lucky to be in the studio with great writers, but it's been kind of like speed dating a little bit."

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