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Guts (stylized in all caps) is the second studio album by the American singer-songwriter Olivia Rodrigo, released on September 8, 2023, through Geffen Records. It was written and recorded with Rodrigo working closely alongside Dan Nigro, the producer and multi-instrumentalist of her debut album Sour (2021). Inspired by the period of time immediately following Sour's success, Rodrigo conceived Guts hoping to reflect the process of maturity she experienced toward the end of her teenage years.

A sonically diverse pop record with energetic songs and soft ballads, Guts experiments with rock influences more than its predecessor, using a variety of guitar and drum sounds from alternative and pop rock styles. The subject matter deals with Rodrigo’s coming-of-age transition and its tribulations. The album was met with widespread acclaim and praised by music critics for its lyrical wit, complexity, and topicality as well as the overall music aesthetic and energy. Reviews noted both humorous and emotionally fraught lyrics, detailing Rodrigo's struggles with identity, romantic and professional disillusionment, unexpected stardom, and societal expectations as a young woman.

Guts topped album charts in 14 countries, including the United States, Australia, Germany, Sweden, and the United Kingdom. In its US debut, it recorded 302,000 first-week album-equivalent units while charting all 12 of its songs in the Top 40 of the Billboard Hot 100. Three singles were released from the album, including the international number-one track "Vampire" and the top-10 charting "Bad Idea Right?" and "Get Him Back!". At the 66th Annual Grammy Awards, the album received nominations for Album of the Year and Best Pop Vocal Album, becoming her second consecutive Album of the Year nomination. Two of the album's tracks—"Vampire" and "Ballad of a Homeschooled Girl"—received four further Grammy nominations. In support of the album, Rodrigo embarked on the Guts World Tour in 2024.

Background

On May 21, 2021, Olivia Rodrigo released her debut studio album, Sour, to widespread commercial success. Produced by Dan Nigro, it became Spotify's most-streamed album of the year and won Rodrigo three Grammy Awards, including Best New Artist. She embarked on the Sour Tour, which included 48 shows across North America and Europe, in spring 2022.[1] In August 2021, she revealed that her upcoming record would "be a lot happier" than her debut.[2]

Talking to Billboard in February 2022, Rodrigo confirmed she had a title and "a few songs" ready and that Nigro would return as producer.[3][4] Rodrigo had aimed to "get as much done as possible" before embarking on the Sour Tour.[5] In late 2022, while revealing her Spotify Wrapped, she confirmed that new music was underway.[6] On January 8, 2023, she posted a clip on her Instagram that featured a piano-driven track.[7]

In June 2023, Rodrigo's website was updated with a countdown set to end on June 30,[8] a date she had also teased in May.[9] On June 13, Rodrigo officially announced the album's lead single, "Vampire", slated for release on June 30, and revealed the single's cover.[10] On June 20, she left her fans a voicemail greeting that included the first previews of "Vampire" and a piano-driven instrumental track.[11] On June 26, 2023, her webstore revealed the official album title, Guts, and its release date.[12] Soon afterward, Rodrigo officially announced the album and posted its artwork on social media.[13]

Writing and recording

According to Rodrigo, Guts is about "growing pains" and figuring out her identity at this point in her life: "I feel like I grew 10 years between the ages of 18 and 20".[14] She described it as a natural part of her growth process and hoped to reflect that with the record.[14]

Rodrigo recorded Guts while experiencing "lots of confusion, mistakes, awkwardness & good old fashioned teen angst".[15] Described by her as a "time capsule", the record contains "wrenching, cinematic" ballads and "playful and insouciant" songs, according to Vogue.[16] Rodrigo abstained from songwriting for six months following Sour's release, so that she could "live a life in order to be able to write about it".[17] Work on the album concluded about a week before "Vampire" was released.[18] In an interview with Zane Lowe for Apple Music, Rodrigo revealed that she had the title in mind since making Sour.[19] It was influenced by the "interesting contexts" she noticed people use it in: "spill your guts, hate your guts".[20]

Music

Guts features a sonically diverse range of tracks, from soft ballads like "Lacy" to retro-inspired, guitar-driven tunes such as "Ballad of a Homeschooled Girl".[21] Rodrigo's collaboration with Nigro played a significant role in the album's development, providing constructive feedback and contributing to its overall sound. According to The A.V. Club, Guts offers a mix of nostalgic and contemporary music elements, helping in the album's appeal with a wide audience.[22]

Rock music features more prominently on Guts than on Sour,[23] expanding on the aggressive[24] and alternative rock sounds demonstrated briefly on Rodrigo's first album.[25] As Los Angeles Times lead critic Mikael Wood writes, Rodrigo and Nigro are shown "switching up guitar tones and drum sounds to give each track a distinct signature", with elements from emo, new wave, shoegaze, and rap rock used on different songs.[23] In particular, songs such as "All-American Bitch" and "Ballad of a Homeschooled Girl" are performed in pop-punk modes, while "Love Is Embarrassing" and "Lacy" incorporate new wave and dramatic folk sounds, respectively.[26] Rolling Stone journalist Brian Hiatt[27] and Vulture writer Craig Jenkins both regard Guts as a rock album and argue that such a strong direction into the genre is uncommon for a major pop artist like Rodrigo.[24]

In another comparison to Sour, The A.V. Club identifies much older sources of inspiration behind Guts, particularly the grunge and pop-rock sounds of the 1990s and early 2000s.[22] Line of Best Fit writer Matthew Kim notices "frequent musical inspiration" from the "pop punk and garage rock revival" of the turn of the 21st century, connecting this to Rodrigo's birth around this time and subsequent listening of her parents' alternative rock collection.[28] Along with grunge and new wave, Jenkins also names power pop among the stylistic tactics behind the album's sentimental ballads and alternative rockers.[24] Echoing this, Will Hodgkinson of The Times states that the album alternates "between heartfelt balladry and raucous indie rock".[29] "Vampire", which begins as a hushed piano ballad, intensifies into a rock opera.[5]

Lyrics

Rodrigo's lyrics throughout Guts focus on her transition from adolescence to adulthood, exploring struggles with identity, sudden stardom,[30] romance,[23] and societal expectations for young women.[24] According to Jenkins, the Joan Didion-referencing opener "All-American Bitch" introduces a world of "restrictive societal mores and beauty standards" that Rodrigo navigates throughout the album while in search of "meaningful companionship in a field of layabouts, liars, and social climbers".[24]

Likening Guts conceptually to Billie Eilish's Happier Than Ever (2021), another record that explores the repercussions of fame, Wood observes how "Rodrigo intertwines her tales of social-professional disillusionment with stories of romantic betrayal".[23] Rodrigo admires a rival as a "dazzling starlet" on "Lacy".[21] Similarly, "The Grudge" details how Rodrigo's relationship with a person she looked up to went south; some critics, following fan speculation, have opined that the song could be about Taylor Swift or Gracie Abrams,[23] while others said the song depicts Rodrigo's regret and inability to forgive after a romantic breakup.[31][32] Jenkins recognizes a "brusque, confident" tone in the rockers, while lyrics about insecurity and maltreatment are revealed in "wounded ballads".[24] Clash magazine's Alex Barry says Rodrigo's narratives are generally marked by complex, verbose lyrics delivered in a "fast talk-singing" style.[33]

Meanwhile, BBC journalist Nick Levine observes "emotionally charged" pop-rock songs reflective of both Rodrigo's Generation Z peers and older generations.[21] On songs such as "Get Him Back!" and "Bad Idea Right?", both satires of Gen Z dating behaviors, Rodrigo employs different tonal inflections and an expansion of the sense of humor "merely hinted at" on Sour, according to Wood: "You can hear her actor's background in pitch-perfect line readings that shift between comic registers on a dime — from naturalistic to screwball, faux-earnest to deadpan".[23] "Ballad of a Homeschooled Girl" offers a candid portrayal of social awkwardness, drawing from Rodrigo's experience being homeschooled as a teenager.[21]

Release and promotion

Guts was released on September 8, 2023, via CD, cassette, three box set editions, and streaming platforms.[34][20] Preorders for the album began on June 26, 2023.[35] Vinyl LPs, in various colored variants, were also released, each of which were exclusively available at Rodrigo's webstore, Urban Outfitters, Walmart, Amazon, or HMV.[18][20][34][36] A Target-exclusive CD and vinyl edition of Guts featuring an alternate cover was also available upon release.[37] Each of a set of four bonus songs appeared as a 13th "hidden track" on each of the limited-edition vinyl variants from Rodrigo's webstore.[38]

Cover artwork

The cover artwork for Guts was photographed by Larissa Hoffman.[39] The image depicts Rodrigo reclining on a purple floor and biting her thumb, while wearing a frilly black dress and scarlet lipstick, with four letter rings spelling out the album title on her fingers; her nails are painted with chipped black nail polish.[15][40][41] As with her debut album, Sour, purple—this time in a darker shade—is again the dominant color of the artwork and promotional material for Guts.[15][42][43]

Singles

The lead single of Guts, "Vampire", was released on June 30, 2023, via streaming platforms, 7-inch, and CD single formats; the latter two additionally feature a demo version of the song.[44][45] An accompanying music video for the song, directed by Petra Collins in L.A., was uploaded to Rodrigo's YouTube channel simultaneously with the single's release.[46][47] The song debuted atop the US Billboard Hot 100, marking her third number-one.[48] It also topped the charts in Australia,[49] Canada,[50] Ireland,[51] New Zealand,[52] and the United Kingdom;[53] where it also became her third leader.

"Bad Idea Right?" was announced as the second single though Rodrigo's social media accounts on August 8, 2023, and was released four days later. She stated that the song "shows another side of Guts that's a little more fun & playful".[54] Collins directed the music video for this song as well.[55] It reached the top 10 in Australia, the US, and UK.[56][57][58] The song also landed atop the Billboard Hot Rock & Alternative Songs chart.[59]

"Get Him Back!" impacted Italian radio as the third single on September 15, 2023.[60] Its music video was filmed on the iPhone 15 Pro Max and released on September 12, 2023.[61] The song peaked within the top 10 on the Billboard Global 200,[62] and in Australia,[63] Ireland,[64] New Zealand,[65] and the UK.[66]

Marketing

The album's tracklist was teased via a video clip released on July 31, 2023, which included clues intended for fans to decode. It featured Rodrigo relaxing in a bedroom, unpacking boxes, and experimenting with various devices, including an electric keyboard and a retro typewriter.[67] Rodrigo revealed the tracklist the day after.[68] She released a trailer for the album on September 7, 2023, which parodied an infomercial and featured narration by Mort Crim.[69] The video revealed the four "hidden tracks" of the album.[70][71][38] A website dedicated to the album was also launched.[72] A pop-up experience in partnership with American Express and Spotify, entitled the "Guts Gallery", ran from September 8 through September 10 in the Meatpacking District, Manhattan of New York City; it featured Guts-themed activations, photo ops, and exclusive merchandise.[73][74] The pop-up privately commenced a day earlier for select American Express cardholders and Spotify fans, wherein Rodrigo appeared to preview four songs, and for the Q&A segment; it was moderated by fashion editor Eva Chen.[74]

Rodrigo performing music from Guts on the Today show (left) in September 2023, and with Dan Nigro at the Ace Hotel (right) in October 2023.

Rodrigo has appeared on the magazine covers of Vogue, Rolling Stone, Interview, and The Face.[16][75][76][77] She performed "Vampire" and "Get Him Back!" on Today and the Live Lounge, and at the 2023 MTV Video Music Awards.[78][79][80] An intimate one-off concert, An Evening With Olivia Rodrigo, took place on October 9 at the Theatre at Ace Hotel to an audience of 1,600 people, wherein Rodrigo performed music from Guts including acoustic renditions. She was joined by producer Dan Nigro for a Q&A and conversation segment in which they answered fan-submitted questions and discussed the album's creation. The concert was announced the day before with tickets exclusively available to American Express cardholders.[81][82] Proceeds from ticket sales benefited Rodrigo's nonprofit, Fund 4 Good, which supports organizations that "champion girls' education, support reproductive rights and prevent gender-based violence".[81][83] The concert was filmed and uploaded to stream from October 10 through October 12 on Rodrigo's YouTube channel.[83]

Rodrigo appeared as a guest on Jimmy Kimmel Live! on October 24, and performed "Ballad of a Homeschooled Girl" to conclude the show.[84] She also appeared on The Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon on December 7, followed by The Kelly Clarkson Show on December 11.[85][86] She was the musical guest for Saturday Night Live on December 9, where she performed "Vampire" on the piano and "All American Bitch".[87] The day after, she performed "Love is Embarrassing", "Vampire", "Lacy", and "Making the Bed" on NPR's Tiny Desk video series.[88] "Vampire" was again performed on the December 18 episode of The Late Show with Stephen Colbert.[89]

Also in December, Rodrigo performed music from the album on the Los Angeles and New York City dates of iHeartRadio's Jingle Ball Tour 2023.[90][91] Throughout the month, she released the official Vevo live performances for "All American Bitch", "Get Him Back!", and "Pretty Isn't Pretty".[92][93][94]

Tour

On September 13, 2023, Rodrigo announced her second concert tour, the Guts World Tour, in support of the album. Consisting of 77 dates across North America and Europe, the tour started on February 23, 2024, in Palm Springs, and will conclude on August 17, 2024, in Inglewood, California.[95] Supporting acts include The Breeders, Chappell Roan, PinkPantheress, and Remi Wolf.[96] Before its announcement, the tour and its first show were teased in an Easter egg in the lyric video for the track "Making the Bed".[97] Rodrigo stated she wrote Guts "with a tour in mind, so I think they're all songs I wanted people to be able to scream in a crowd".[98] A portion of the proceeds from ticket sales will go to the Fund 4 Good initiative.[97]

Guts: The Secret Tracks

On October 18, 2023, Rodrigo announced that the four secret tracks released on limited vinyl editions of the album would be released as a limited vinyl-exclusive EP on November 24, 2023, via Third Man Records, to commemorate Record Store Day (RSD) Black Friday.[99]

The EP ranked as one of the top sellers during Record Store Day, securing the position of the second best-selling album of Record Store Day 2023.[100] Additionally, it debuted at number 200 on the Billboard 200 chart.[101]

Critical reception

Professional ratings
Aggregate scores
SourceRating
AnyDecentMusic?8.4/10[102]
Metacritic91/100[103]
Review scores
SourceRating
AllMusic[104]
And It Don't StopA[105]
The Daily Telegraph[106]
Financial Times[107]
The Guardian[108]
The Independent[109]
NME[110]
Pitchfork8.0/10[111]
Rolling Stone[112]
The Times[29]

Guts was met with widespread critical acclaim. At Metacritic, which assigns a normalized score out of 100 to ratings from professional publications, it received a weighted mean score of 91, based on 22 reviews.[103] Rob Sheffield of Rolling Stone hailed the album as an "instant classic" and the work of "a truly brilliant rock star", with some of Rodrigo's "most ambitious, intimate, and messy songs yet", proving she is "a voice that's here to stay and a songwriter built to last."[112] Offering similar praise, Billboard magazine's Jason Lipshutz called it "the most complete pop album of the year".[113] Its musical aesthetic was hailed by music critic Robert Christgau as a "triumph",[105] while The New York Times reviewer Jon Caramanica deemed it "poignantly fraught" and "agitated" with an energy that matches the spirit of Rodrigo's narratives.[26] The New Yorker's Carrie Battan found its alternative-leaning cross-section of revivalist pop-punk and piano ballads shrewd, thoughtfully constructed, and fitting with the rebellious cheek and yearning melodrama reflected in the music's tone.[114]

Several reviewers noted the wit to the lyrics. The Guardian's Alexis Petridis found the record "sharp and witty",[108] and Ludovic Hunter-Tilney of Financial Times called it "quick-witted post-Taylor-Swift pop" with "emo-adjacent pop-punk and bombast-free ballads".[107] In her review for The Independent, Helen Brown deemed it "wittier" and "angrier" than Sour.[109] Conversely, Poppie Platt of The Daily Telegraph wrote a mixed review, which said Guts was mostly a mere continuation of her first album with little musical or lyrical growth.[106] Charles Lyon-Burt of Slant Magazine considered some songs on Guts as "missteps" but called the album a consistent record overall.[115]

Other reviewers were impressed by the complexity and credibility of Rodrigo's performance. Calling the album a "masterpiece", Mikael Wood found the lyrics emotionally convincing and connected it to Swift's overall influence on Rodrigo: "This talent for embodying various sides of her character feels like a defining attribute of Guts".[23] Christgau noted the "psychological complexity", persuasive characterization, and amusing humor in her portraying the tribulations of a young popstar, concluding that "she's so damn good at what she does".[105] Concluding her review for AllMusic, Heather Phares proclaimed Guts to be a testament to Rodrigo's artistic confidence, eloquence, and ability to translate complex emotions into music with broad appeal.[104]

Year-end lists

Numerous critics and publications listed Guts in their year-end ranking of the best albums of 2023, often inside the top-ten. BBC defined the album as the most critically acclaimed of 2023.[116]

Select year-end rankings of Guts
Publication/criticAccoladeRankRef.
BillboardThe 50 Best Albums of 2023: Staff List1[117]
ConsequenceThe 50 Best Albums of 202328[118]
Entertainment WeeklyThe 10 Best Albums of 20234[119]
Los Angeles TimesThe 20 Best Albums of 20235[120]
The New York TimesJon Caramanica's Best Albums of 202311[121]
Jon Pareles' Best Albums of 20235
Lindsay Zoladz's Best Albums of 20233
The Sunday TimesThe 20 Best Albums of 2023
8
NMEThe Best Albums of 2023
2
PeopleTop 10 Albums of 2023
1
PitchforkThe 50 Best Albums of 2023
14
Rolling StoneThe 100 Best Albums of 20235[126]
VarietyThe Best Albums of 20234[127]
VogueThe Best Albums of 2023N/A[128]

Commercial performance

In the United States, Guts debuted at number one on Billboard 200 chart, earning 302,000 album-equivalent units (including 150,000 in pure album sales) in its first week, approximately 7,000 more units than her debut. It became Rodrigo's second album to top the chart. The album also accumulated a total of 199.59 million on-demand streams of the album's songs,[129] with all 12 tracks charting in the top 40 of the Hot 100, including a return to the number-one spot for "Vampire".[25]

In the United Kingdom, the album landed at the top on the UK Albums Chart with 60,300 units, scoring Rodrigo's second number-one album in the country and surpassing Sour's first week sales with roughly 10,000 more units.[130] It also had the fourth highest entry on the chart in 2023, outselling the entirety of the top 10 combined.[131]

In Australia, the album debuted at number one on the ARIA Albums Chart, her second number one in the country, while all the tracks debuted on the ARIA Singles Chart. "Vampire" (which had already debuted at number one on the singles chart in July) and "Bad Idea Right?" rose to the Top 3.[132] Guts entered at the number one spot of the New Zealand Albums Chart, becoming her second consecutive number-one album.[133]

Accolades

Awards and nominations for Guts
OrganizationYearCategoryResultRef.
Los 40 Music Awards2023Best International AlbumNominated[134]
Gold Derby Music Awards2024Album of the YearNominated[135]
Best Pop AlbumNominated
Grammy Awards2024Album of the YearNominated[136]
Best Pop Vocal AlbumNominated
People's Choice Awards2024The Album of the YearWon[137]

Track listing

All tracks are produced by Dan Nigro, except where noted.

Guts – Standard edition
No.TitleWriter(s)Producer(s)Length
1."All-American Bitch" 2:45
2."Bad Idea Right?"
  • Rodrigo
  • Nigro
 3:04
3."Vampire"
  • Rodrigo
  • Nigro
 3:39
4."Lacy"
  • Rodrigo
  • Nigro
 2:57
5."Ballad of a Homeschooled Girl"
  • Rodrigo
  • Nigro
 3:23
6."Making the Bed"
  • Rodrigo
  • Nigro
 3:18
7."Logical"
  • Nigro
  • Ryan Linvill[a]
3:51
8."Get Him Back!"
  • Rodrigo
  • Nigro
3:31
9."Love Is Embarrassing"
  • Rodrigo
  • Nigro
 2:34
10."The Grudge"
  • Rodrigo
  • Nigro
  • Nigro
  • Linvill[a]
3:09
11."Pretty Isn't Pretty"
 3:19
12."Teenage Dream"
  • Rodrigo
  • Nigro
 3:42
Total length:39:12
GutsG red vinyl edition
No.TitleWriter(s)Length
13."Obsessed" (hidden track)
2:45
Total length:41:57
GutsU white vinyl edition
No.TitleWriter(s)Length
13."Scared of My Guitar" (hidden track)
  • Rodrigo
  • Nigro
4:15
Total length:43:27
GutsT blue vinyl edition
No.TitleWriter(s)Length
13."Stranger" (hidden track)
  • Rodrigo
  • Nigro
3:12
Total length:42:24
GutsS purple vinyl edition
No.TitleWriter(s)Length
13."Girl I've Always Been" (hidden track)
  • Rodrigo
  • Nigro
2:00
Total length:41:12
Guts: The Secret Tracks– Record Store Day limited edition vinyl[138]
No.TitleWriter(s)Length
1."Obsessed"
  • Rodrigo
  • Clark
  • Nigro
2:51
2."Scared of My Guitar"
  • Rodrigo
  • Nigro
  • Allen
4:24
3."Stranger"
  • Rodrigo
3:13
4."Girl I've Always Been"
  • Rodrigo
2:04
Total length:12:32

Notes

  • ^[a] indicates an additional producer
  • ^[b] indicates a co-producer
  • All track titles are stylized in all lowercase.

Personnel

Credits adapted from the liner notes of Guts.[139]

  • Olivia Rodrigo – lead vocals, backing vocals
  • Daniel Nigroengineer, vocal producer, backing vocals (all tracks); acoustic guitar (tracks 1, 4, 5, 7–12), electric guitar (1–6, 8–12), bass (1–4, 6, 8–10, 12), percussion (1–3, 5, 8, 10–12), drum programming (1–3, 5, 6, 8, 9, 11), synthesizers (1, 4, 6–12), piano (3, 6–8, 10, 12), Mellotron (3, 10–12); Juno-60, Moog (3); Nashville guitars, drums (4); mixer (8)
  • Dave Schiffman – engineer (1, 5, 9)
  • Jasmine Chen – engineer (1, 5)
  • Sterling Laws – engineer (1, 2, 5, 12), drums (1–3, 5, 8, 11, 12)
  • Sam Stewart – engineer (1, 2, 5, 12), acoustic guitar (1), electric guitar (1–3, 5, 9, 12)
  • Austen Healey – assistant engineer (1–4, 6, 7, 10–12)
  • Ryan Linvill – bass (1, 5, 10, 11); engineer, saxophone (6, 7, 10); acoustic guitar, Moog, synthesizers (7, 10); backing vocals (7)
  • Mark "Spike" Stent – mixer (1, 2, 5, 9, 11)
  • Matt Wolach – assistant mix engineer (1, 2, 5, 9, 11)
  • Dan Viafore – engineer (2, 3, 11, 12)
  • Michael Harris – engineer (3)
  • Chris Kasych – engineer (3, 4, 7)
  • Benjamin Romans – piano (3, 7)
  • Paul Cartwright – violin, viola (3, 12)
  • Serban Ghenea – mixer (3, 6, 7)
  • Bryce Bordone – assistant mix engineer (3, 6, 7)
  • Dani Perez – engineer (4, 6)
  • Chappell Roan – backing vocals (4)
  • Mitch McCarthy – mixer (4, 10, 12)
  • Erick Serna – electric guitar (5)
  • Alexander 23 – engineer, slide guitar, drums, synthesizers, bass, backing vocals (8)
  • Ian Kirkpatrick – engineer, synthesizers, drum programming (8)
  • Garrett Ray – drums (9)
  • Derek Stein – cello (12)
  • Randy Merrillmasterer

Packaging

  • Larissa Hofmann – photography
  • Christopher Simmonds – creative direction
  • Daisy Chalfant – art direction
  • Greg Jackson – art direction
  • Danielle Goldberg – wardrobe
  • Clayton Hawkins – hair
  • Melissa Hernandez – makeup
  • Thuy Nguyen – nails

Charts

Certifications

Certifications and sales for Guts
RegionCertificationCertified units/sales
Australia (ARIA)[190]Gold35,000
Canada (Music Canada)[191]Gold40,000
New Zealand (RMNZ)[192]Gold7,500
Poland (ZPAV)[193]Gold10,000
Spain (PROMUSICAE)[194]Gold20,000
United Kingdom (BPI)[195]Gold100,000

Sales+streaming figures based on certification alone.

Release history

Release dates and formats for Guts
RegionDateFormat(s)EditionLabelRef.
VariousSeptember 8, 2023StandardGeffen[196]
United States
  • CD (Target exclusive) vinyl LP (Target exclusive)
[197]
United KingdomCassette (UK Exclusive)Polydor[198]
JapanCDJapan Deluxe[199]
BrazilDecember 8, 2023Vinyl LP (Black + Card Insert)StandardUniversal Brasil[200]
United StatesJanuary 11, 2024Picture discGeffen[201]

See also

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Further reading

Artist(s)

Veröffentlichungen von Olivia Rodrigo die im OTRS erhältlich sind/waren:

Sour ¦ Guts

Olivia Rodrigo auf Wikipedia (oder andere Quellen):

Olivia Rodrigo (2021)

Olivia Isabel Rodrigo (* 20. Februar 2003 in Murrieta, Kalifornien[1][2][3]) ist eine US-amerikanische Schauspielerin und Sängerin. Bekannt wurde sie durch die Rolle der Paige Olvera in der Disney-Channel-Serie Bizaardvark und als Nini Salazar-Roberts in der Disney+-Serie High School Musical: Das Musical: Die Serie.[4] Im Jahr 2022 gewann sie drei Grammy-Musikpreise.

Leben und Karriere

Olivia Rodrigo wurde in Murrieta im US-Bundesstaat Kalifornien geboren und wuchs in der Nachbarstadt Temecula auf, wo sie die Dorothy McElhinney Middle School besuchte. Später beschlossen ihre Eltern, sie zu Hause zu unterrichten. Ihr Vater ist Filipino-Amerikaner, während ihre Mutter irischer und deutscher Abstammung ist.[5][6] Mit sieben Jahren nahm sie Klavierunterricht und sang als Kind bei Talentshows und Neueröffnungen von Supermärkten. Mit 12 Jahren habe sie angefangen, Songtexte zu schreiben, erzählte sie laut ihrer Plattenfirma Interscope.[7]

Erste Schauspielerfahrung sammelte sie in Schultheaterproduktionen der Lisa J. Mails Elementary School und der Dorothy McElhinney Middle School. Später zog sie nach Los Angeles, nachdem sie eine Rolle in der Serie Bizaardvark erhalten hatte.[8][9]

Zum ersten Mal im Fernsehen war Rodrigo in einem Werbefilm der Marke Old Navy zu sehen.[10][11] Kurz danach spielte sie bereits die Hauptrolle der Grace Thomas im Film An American Girl: Grace Stirs Up Success.[12] 2016 erhielt sie schließlich die Rolle der Paige Olvera in Bizaardvark;[13][14] sie verkörperte diese Rolle in drei Staffeln. Im Februar 2019 bekam sie die Hauptrolle Nini Salazar-Roberts im Rahmen der Disney+-Serie High School Musical: Das Musical: Die Serie, welche im November auf dem Streaming-Anbieter anlief.[15] Für diese Serie schrieb Rodrigo das Lied All I Want und am 23. April 2020 wurde All I Want für über 500.000 verkaufte Einheiten in den Vereinigten Staaten mit Gold zertifiziert.[16] Außerdem war sie an Just For A Moment beteiligt, einem weiteren Lied der Serie, welches sie mit Co-Star Joshua Bassett schrieb. Beide Lieder sind im Soundtrack von High School Musical: Das Musical: Die Serie zu hören.

Rodrigo hat einen Plattenvertrag bei Geffen Records und einen Verlagsvertrag bei Sony Music Publishing.[17] In mehreren Interviews hat sie erwähnt, dass ihre größten musikalischen Inspirationen Taylor Swift und Gracie Abrahms sind[18]. Am 8. Januar 2021 erschien ihre Debütsingle Drivers License. Während der Veröffentlichungswoche brach das Lied mehrere Rekorde auf Spotify für die meisten Streams eines Nicht-Weihnachtssongs mit über 17 Millionen Streams an einem Tag, womit es nicht nur Ariana Grandes Rekord der meisten Streams brach, sondern auch seinen eigenen. Rodrigo erreichte mit Drivers License weltweit den ersten Platz auf Spotify, Apple Music und iTunes. Am 1. April 2021 erschien ihre zweite Single Deja Vu, welche es in den Top-10 der Billboard Hot 100 schaffte. Die dritte Single Good 4 U erschien am 14. Mai 2021. Am 21. Mai 2021 folgte die Veröffentlichung von Rodrigos Debüt-Album Sour.[19] Am 4. August 2021 wurde bekanntgegeben, dass Olivia Rodrigo einen Verlagsvertrag mit Sony Music Publishing schließt. Es handelt sich um ihren ersten Vertrag mit einem Musikverlag.[17][20]

„Als ich ‚Drivers License‘ schrieb, hatte ich Herzschmerz, der für mich so verwirrend und so vielfältig war, das Kombinieren all dieser Gefühle in einen Song ließ alles so viel einfacher und klarer erscheinen und am Ende des Tages denke ich, dass das wirklich der ganze Zweck des Songwritings ist. Es gibt nichts Schöneres, als in meinem Schlafzimmer am Klavier zu sitzen und ein trauriges Lied zu schreiben. Es ist wirklich meine Lieblingssache auf der Welt.“

Olivia Rodrigo[21]

Im Juni 2023 gab sie bekannt, dass ihr zweites Studioalbum Guts am 8. September 2023 erscheinen wird. Die Lead-Single Vampire wurde am 30. Juni 2023 veröffentlicht.[22]

Diskografie

Studioalben

JahrTitel
Musiklabel
Höchstplatzierung, Gesamtwochen, AuszeichnungChartplatzierungenChartplatzierungen
(Jahr, Titel, Musiklabel, Plat­zie­rungen, Wo­chen, Aus­zeich­nungen, Anmer­kungen)
Anmerkungen
 DE AT CH UK US
2021Sour
Geffen Records (UMG)
DE5
Gold
Gold

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AT1
Platin
Platin

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CH3
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UK1
Doppelplatin
×2
Doppelplatin

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US1
Vierfachplatin
×4
Vierfachplatin

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Erstveröffentlichung: 21. Mai 2021
Verkäufe: + 6.532.500
2023Guts
Geffen Records (UMG)
DE1
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AT2
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CH2
(… Wo.)Template:Charttabelle/Wartung/vorläufig/2023CH
UK1
Gold
Gold

(… Wo.)Template:Charttabelle/Wartung/vorläufig/2023UK
US1
(… Wo.)Template:Charttabelle/Wartung/vorläufig/2023US
Erstveröffentlichung: 8. September 2023
Verkäufe: + 252.500

Filmografie

Auszeichnungen

Tourneen

  • 2022: Sour Tour
  • 2024: Guts World Tour

Weblinks

Commons: Olivia Rodrigo – Sammlung von Bildern, Videos und Audiodateien

Einzelnachweise

  1. Ranch Springs Medical Center (Memento des Originals vom 15. Januar 2021 im Internet Archive) In: The Californian, 30. März 2003, S. 14. Abgerufen am 15. Juli 2021. (englisch) 
  2. Olivia Rodrigo. In: Geena Davis Institute on Gender in Media. 24. Oktober 2018, archiviert vom Original am 16. Januar 2021; abgerufen am 14. Januar 2021 (englisch).
  3. Laura Snapes: Olivia Rodrigo: 'I'm a teenage girl. I feel heartbreak and longing really intensely' (Memento desOriginals vom 8. August 2021 im Internet Archive) In: The Guardian, 7. Mai 2021. Abgerufen am 10. August 2021. (englisch) 
  4. Destacados TV: Olivia Rodrigo: +30 datos sobre la cantante de que necesitas saber. In: Destacados TV Revista. 5. März 2021, abgerufen am 28. Mai 2021 (mexikanisches Spanisch).
  5. Olivia Rodrigo of Disney’s Bizaardvark chats with about singing, acting, her Filipino family and skateboarding. In: Center for Asian American Media. 19. Januar 2018, abgerufen am 17. November 2019.
  6. Miguel Dumaual, ABS-CBN News: This Filipina just debuted at No. 1 on Billboard’s Hot 100 and Global 200 charts. 20. Januar 2021, abgerufen am 8. Juni 2021 (englisch).
  7. US-Musikerin: Urplötzlich berühmt: Olivia Rodrigo feiert Erfolge. In: Stuttgarter Zeitung. Deutsche Presse-Agentur, 6. März 2021, abgerufen am 15. Juli 2021.
  8. Dana Hanson-Firestone: 10 Things You Didn’t Know About Olivia Rodrigo. In: TVOvermind. 12. November 2019, abgerufen am 11. April 2020 (englisch).
  9. Rachel Kleine: Murrieta’s Olivia Rodrigo: An American Girl Success Story. In: IE Sports & News. 28. Dezember 2015, archiviert vom Original am 29. November 2019; abgerufen am 17. November 2019 (englisch).
  10. Rick Bentley: Disney Channel launches new comedy series 'Bizaardvark'. In: The Fresno Bee. 20. Juni 2016, abgerufen am 5. Februar 2017.
  11. Young stars’ real friendship drives Disney’s new ‘Bizaardvark’. In: The Columbus Dispatch. 5. Juli 2016, archiviert vom Original am 11. November 2019; abgerufen am 17. November 2019 (englisch).
  12. Todd Spangler: Amazon Orders 4 ‘American Girl’ Live-Action Specials. In: Variety. 1. Februar 2016, abgerufen am 5. Februar 2017 (englisch): „Last year’s “An American Girl: Grace Stirs Up Success,” based on the 2015 Girl of the Year, Grace Thomas, starred Olivia Rodrigo.“
  13. Elizabeth Wagmeister: Disney Channel Greenlights Tween Music Comedy Series ‘Bizaardvark’ (EXCLUSIVE). In: Variety. 16. Oktober 2015, abgerufen am 5. Februar 2017 (englisch).
  14. Denise Petski: ‘Bizaardvark’ Renewed For Second Season By Disney Channel. In: Deadline. 15. Dezember 2016, abgerufen am 5. Februar 2017 (englisch).
  15. Nick Romano: High School Musical series assembles a main cast ready to ‘Bop to the Top’. In: Entertainment Weekl. 15. Februar 2019, abgerufen am 12. April 2019 (englisch).
  16. Gold & Platinum. Abgerufen am 15. Januar 2021 (amerikanisches Englisch).
  17. a b Sony Music Publishing. Abgerufen am 26. Januar 2022.
  18. Olivia Rodrigo praises Taylor Swift: "I’ve always looked up to Taylor". In: NME. 14. Mai 2021, abgerufen am 23. Juni 2022 (britisches Englisch).
  19. spotify.com: Olivia Rodrigo SOUR
  20. Jem Aswad, Jem Aswad: Olivia Rodrigo Signs With Sony Music Publishing. In: Variety. 4. August 2021, abgerufen am 26. Januar 2022 (amerikanisches Englisch).
  21. MTV PUSH Mai: Olivia Rodrigo. In: MTV Germany. 4. Mai 2021, abgerufen am 30. Juni 2021.
  22. Olivia Rodrigo Shares Eerie ‘Vampire’ Music Video Teaser. Abgerufen am 29. Juni 2023 (englisch).

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