Mama Mia! Swedish pop star Zara Larsson channels ABBA in her new music

Zara Larsson says her new hit song 'Love Me Land' was heavily inspired by Swedish supergroup ABBA's 'Lay All Your Love On Me.'
1:59 | 08/07/20

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Transcript for Mama Mia! Swedish pop star Zara Larsson channels ABBA in her new music
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