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> Will Zara ever manage a top 40 U.K. Solo Single?, Here I am in love me land x
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Will Zara get another successful single?
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Ho-Lee Smokes
post Nov 26 2020, 09:08 PM
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Following ‘So Good’ Zara had managed to get four 1millon sellers (Never Forget You, Lush Life, Symphony, Girls Like), Ruin My Life then managed to go top 10 and Dont Worry Bout about Me started a trend of disappointing chart positions! All The Time then managed to scrape top 50 and Love Me Land and WOW both missed the top 100.

Love Me Land deserves so much better, it’s a shame that Radio 1 and Capital ignored it, the star presence in that video cheeseblock.png
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post Nov 26 2020, 09:16 PM
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Its clear from the So Good era that she has the potential. I think she needs to get the album out and escape her label before she'll see the top 40 again.
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post Nov 27 2020, 09:04 AM
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Yes very easily, she has time on her side!
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Jessie Where
post Nov 27 2020, 09:42 AM
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I can see it happening, certainly! It's not beyond the realms of possibility.
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