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USA.- Olivia Rodrigo releases her second album worldwide today, but this time she’ll be abandoning pop for a more rock sound.
The new album, titled ”Guts”, contains 12 songs, while the deluxe edition includes four more songs, titled “Obsessed”, “Scared of My Guitar”, “Stranger” and “Girl I’ve Always Been”.
The young lady, who rose to fame in 2021 for ”Diverse Linesense”, a song dedicated to her former partner Joshua Bassett, revealed that she feels a huge responsibility with this new release without any particular inspiration or dedication.
“When I started writing this record, I used to sit down at the piano and pretend other people were listening to what I wrote, which is terrible and counterproductive to creativity, so I had to just write what I wanted. And then have to think about the social implications afterward. It’s complicated. I don’t think anyone is clear about that,” he said in a recent interview.
So far, the singer has not revealed the dates of her world tour, however, on her official social networks she recently commented that she will soon visit Mexico.
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In 2020, the American was starring in the Disney Channel series, “High School Musical: The Musical: The Series”, when she began posting videos on her Instagram profile in which she performed her compositions on the piano.
One of them attracted so much attention that the Interscope label, which promoted Lana Del Rey’s career after a YouTube video ten years earlier, decided to promote the single commercially.
With simple lyrics about a love breakup in residential areas of the United States, the song garnered over 21 million views in its first three days.
“I got my driver’s license last week / Like we always talk about / Because you were so excited for me / To finally drive home / But today I drove to the suburbs / Crying ’cause you’re not around Were,” states “Driver’s License.”
The song went viral on the TikTok platform and ranked Rodrigo as the most-listened-to artist in the English-speaking world, ahead of Justin Bieber, Ariana Grande and The Weeknd.
Pitchfork magazine said in its review, “Few people on Earth can know how Olivia Rodrigo is feeling right now; even by today’s standards of viral fame, her rise has been extraordinary.”