The Japanese Cover Of Zara Larsson’s ‘So Good’ Is Seriously Cute
Zara Larsson’s So Good dropped worldwide on March 17 with one exception. The album is getting a belated physical release in Japan on May 3. The new artwork finds the Swedish pop star rocking sneakers and various shades of pink. It’s clearly aimed at a younger demographic than the international version and is seriously cute. As for the tracklist? Well, Japanese fans get three bonus tracks — the diva’s collaboration with David Guetta, “This One’s For You,” “Ain’t My Fault (J Hus & Fred VIP Remix)” and “I Would Like (Gorgon City Remix).” I want it.
So Good made a modest debut on the Billboard 200 (it begun its journey at number 26 with 5,355 copies sold) last month, but it’s a very different story on Spotify. The album has already racked up 1.373 billion streams in its first week, which makes it the fifth most-streamed album by a female artist. The rest of the top 5? Rihanna’s Anti, Selena Gomez’s Revival and Ariana Grande’s My Everything and Dangerous Woman. You can order the Japanese version of So Good here.