Young Thug assists Zara Larsson on “Talk About Love”
The song is expected to appear on her forthcoming ‘POSTERGIRL’ album.
Zara Larsson is officially gearing up to release her next project, and she’s enlisted the help of a superstar. Her new single, the Young Thug-assisted “Talk About Love” comes paired with a music video as well, featuring her and her lover releasing their emotions through dance. For his feature, Young Thug slides in about how he doesn’t want to talk about love:
I don’t got time to be lying like a rug. High and tight like Kawasaki I ride it ride it, and I’m coming baby put your hand in my pocket. I ain’t got time to be lying like no doorway. Shawty persuade she try to grab me I might run away. Can you please tell me I’m in control today? Sugarcoat today, icy like the Eiffel tower babe. Why you wanna talk about it all the time. Keep it up over there, you gon be mine. I see the way you vibin, keep me hypnotizing. Diamonds loud like sirens. I don’t wanna talk about love (I don’t wanna talk about).
“Talk About Love” with Young Thug is a single from Zara Larsson’s forthcoming sophomore project POSTERGIRL. She recently just confirmed on social media that the project has an official release date. “POSTERGIRL out March 5th. It’s finally on it’s way to you,” she writes. “I’m so proud of this baby, so thankful for every single producer and writer who helped me craft my international sophomore project. I hope you will love it just as much as I do.”
Last year also saw Young Thug connecting with Chris Brown for the well-received Slime & B mixtape back in May, which saw 13 tracks and additional appearances from Major Nine, Shad da God, Future, Lil Durk, Too $hort, E-40, and more. His last full-length solo project So Much Fun came out in 2019 followed by a deluxe version. The successful project featured frequent collaborators like Lil Baby, Future, Quavo, and Travis Scott. The project went on to receive a platinum certification from the RIAA.
Be sure to check out Zara Larsson’s new music video for “Talk About Love” featuring Young Thug down below.
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