Olivia Isabel Rodrigo born on 20 february 2003. She is an american singer ,songwriter and actress .she who won three Grammy Awards in 2022 for Best New Artist, Best Pop Solo Performance (for ‘Drivers License,’), and Best Pop Vocal Album (for her debut album ‘Sour‘), desired to be an Olympic gymnast as a child.
Olivia Isabel Rodrigo? Know About Her Early Career
Rodrigo starred as a guitarist in Disney Channel’s Bizaardvark, and in 2019, she was cast in the Disney series ‘High School Musical,’ for which she created the song ‘All I Want.’ Rodrigo drew more attention than other Disney-created talents like Demi Lovato, Miley Cyrus, and Selena Gomez on their debuts, which charted at number 90 in the United States. The singer-songwriter made a conscious effort to break out from the Disney factory’s mould and create her own brand. She shared her songs on Instagram, where she cultivated a devoted following.
Taylor Swift Liked Her Work Too
Taylor Swift‘s songs were covered by her, and one of them, ‘Cruel Summer,’ was shared by Swift herself. Rodrigo then wrote ‘Deja Vu,’ which became a hit with tracks from Taylor Swift’s ‘Evermore‘ album.
Rodrigo Encourage American Youth
Rodrigo went to the White House in July 2021 to see President Joe Biden and encouraged America’s youth to get vaccinated before any other celebrity. Rodrigo became an institute speaker and panelist for the Geena Davis Institute on Gender in Media, building on her role as a public service ambassador. Rodrigo, who comes from Disney’s candy floss fantasy factory, received praise for expressing the anxiety, turmoil, and problems of American youth.
About Rodrigo’s Family
Her multiculturalism has aided her – her father is Filipino-American, while her mother is of German and Irish origin. She’s also a natural wordsmith, delivering the message succinctly and without unnecessary or distracting instruments.
Achievement And Records
Rodrigo’s formal first song, Drivers License, was released in 2021. It was a powerful portrayal of adolescent anguish that resonated with young people all across the world. It broke Spotify records and spent a week at the top of the Billboard Hot 100. The song has “a tonne of X-factor that made [it] the ideal storm,” according to Jeremy Erlich, co-head of music at Spotify, who was reported in The New York Times as saying. Rodrigo’s debut album, ‘Sour,’ was published in the middle of the year and debuted at number one on the Billboard 200 chart, where it stayed for five weeks.