The Swedish singer reunites with her "Never Forget You" collaborator MNEK
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Zara Larsson is coming to steal your man.

The 18-year-old Swedish pop star behind summer anthems “Never Forget You” and “Lush Life” just released a club-ready new single called “Ain’t My Fault” that finds her playing the role of the other woman.

“The topic is me talking to a girl about her man, and I basically stole her man,” Larsson explained in an interview earlier this year. “And I’m like, ‘It’s not my fault that I’m better you’ … I don’t know why we wrote it because I would never say something like that to a girl! No! We’re supposed to [be a] team.”

She reunites with British producer and “Never Forget You” collaborator MNEK for the track, which is the latest single from Larsson’s upcoming international debut album. (She released an album in Sweden in 2014 and included some songs from it on last year’s Uncover EP in the U.S.)

“Pop is everything from The Weeknd to Taylor Swift to Beyoncé to Rihanna, [and my album is] a good mix of everything,” she told EW earlier this year. “There are some very soulful songs on there, but also electric dance songs, and also pure pop, darker songs with a trap vibe.”