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Saturday, June 10, 2023

Olivia Rodrigo's new song is rumored to be about a breakup

Olivia Rodrigo's new song is rumored to be about a breakup.

Olivia Rodrigo is firmly planted in that legacy. She played a few roles on the Disney Channel – including one in “High School Musical: The Musical – The Series” – before moving into the musical arts with her debut single “Drivers License.”

“Drivers License” took the internet by storm, clocking more than 700 million plays on Spotify before her album release on May 21. It was popularized largely by TikTok. The quiet “you said forever now I drive alone past your street” and subsequent sonic explosion made for one of the app’s most popular sounds.

Olivia Rodrigo has done it again with yet another hit track of 2021. The eighteen-year-old singer dropped her newest single “good 4 u” off of her debut album “Sour” which is releasing this Friday, May 21st. The eleven track project also contains Rodrigo’s first two chart toppers, “driver’s license” and “deja vu”. Following the same post breakup theme as the previously released singles, “good 4 u” takes on a more angry and somewhat eerie persona.

The song itself gives off similar vibes to the breakup anthems we know and love from the early 2000’s. From the prominent electric guitar to the upbeat rhythmic bass line, and of course Olivia’s lyrics and killer vocals make this the ultimate Y2K bop. Olivia’s fans are already posting videos of themselves jamming out to angry lyrics, which call out an ex-lover for moving on and being apathetic to the way in which Olivia was hurt by the breakup. The lyrics throughout the verses and the chorus, specifically the post bridge chorus “good 4 u, you’re doing great out there without me/ baby, like a damn sociopath” bring out the aggression in Olivia’s voice and show her intense emotions.  

That quick rise to popularity, though, meant that the album announcement was met with mixed responses. As with all young, quickly popular artists, the eye rolls and ughs are plentiful. And Rodrigo’s album gives reason for these reactions.

But right from the get-go, Rodrigo is making a case for herself, for music listeners to give her a chance at winning them over. Internet sensation and child actress she may be, but there is no question that she is also a talented musician. The question is how does she take that talent and transfer it into the album form?

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