Olivia Rodrigo made a name for herself in 2021 with the release of her debut album “Sour”.
It’s only natural for fans to be excited about a new album and some new songs from the Disney Channel star.
In an interview with Billboard Magazine, the 19-year-old singer-songwriter, who is also the magazine’s 2022 Woman of the Year, teased her second album.
She mentioned that the future album and some songs have already been named.
Olivia also expressed her excitement that there are already a growing number of people and admirers waiting to hear what she has in store for them.
In the same interview, the ‘High School Musical: The Musical: The Series’ star admitted that she enjoys writing songs but tries not to put too much pressure on herself.
Olivia Rodrigo said she enjoyed the process of creating her album.
But despite her success, she admits to being motivated by other female artists.
Olivia talked about how honest and true these female singer-songwriters are in their songs and how exciting it is to see these women’s voices finally being heard, recognized and loved.
The “good 4 u” singer told the outlet that she’s looking forward to cheering on the future and revealed what she’s looking forward to in pop music in 2022.
“I love how genderless pop music is becoming,” Olivia Rodrigo shared.
“Pop music can mean a lot of different things to different people, and I love hearing so many different flavors of it these days.”
Olivia also works with Dan Nigro, who played a significant artistic influence in the creation of her debut album.
They collaborated in preparing the basis for Olivia Rodrigo’s second album.
She described her relationship with him as having “such a fantastic groove” and that they always come and go to share ideas and make time to work together in the studio.
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Olivia Rodrigo’s first album
Olivia Rodrigo has had a tremendous year in 2021 after garnering multiple accolades for her album “Sour,” including seven Grammy nominations and a New Artist of the Year award at the American Music Awards.
Olivia also plans to direct a documentary to complement her music, which will appear on Disney+ on March 25.
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