Olivia Rodrigo Teases New Music as She Celebrates Two Years of Sour
Olivia Rodrigo fans might be feeling deja vu.
The 20-year-old breakout star who skyrocketed to fame two years ago with her debut album, Sour, seems to be hinting that new music is on its way — and honestly, we're feeling happy and healthy about it.
In her email newsletter to fans on Saturday, Rodrigo included a hand-written note reflecting on the two-year anniversary of Sour, while also including a hidden message.
“I cannot believe it's been 2 years since Sour came out,” Rodrigo writes. “That album will always be so so special to me & I'm so grateful to you guys for embracing it the way you have.”
She continued: “I'm taking today to reflect on all the amazing things that have happened since SOUR and looking fORward 2 all the things to come.”
Rodrigo purposefully capitalized OR and bolded the number 2, leading people to believe that she is definitely teasing her second album.
In January, Rodrigo gave fans a glimpse into her music-making process with a short clip of her in the studio with music producer Dan Nigro. The caption read, “Working on so many new songs I’m excited to show u. Thank u for everything.”
Sour was a critically-acclaimed feat for the young star and won Rodrigo her first Grammy for Best Pop Vocal album. Multiple singles from the album including “drivers license,” Good 4 u," and “deja vu” were instant hits and made their way into viral TikTok fame.
With a second album now clearly on the way, it's exciting to see where Rodrigo takes her music since her incredible success so far.
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