Olivia Rodrigo seems to be cooking up something new for her fans, as she teases about a new song and a second album that are coming soon.
The 20-year-old breakout star posted an email newsletter to her fans on May 20. The newsletter contains a handwritten note about the two-year anniversary of her debut album, Sour. The note also includes a hidden message.
“I cannot believe it’s been 2 years since Sour came out. That album will always be so so special to me & I’m so grateful to you guys for embracing it the way you have,” wrote Rodrigo.
📬 | Olivia via her newsletter! pic.twitter.com/5x2JHLUncB
— Olivia Rodrigo Daily (@DailyRodrigo) May 21, 2023
It can be observed that “forward” and “2” are emphasized. She also capitalized the letters “O” and “R” and then made the number “2” bolder. That somehow hints that a new music and a second album are in the works.
Back in January, Olivia gave Livies a sneak peek into the process of creating new music through a short clip that shows her with music producer Dan Nigro. The caption read, “Working on so many new songs I’m excited to show u. Thank u for everything.”
NEW MUSIC SOON EVERYONE UP pic.twitter.com/0oleIgRGfh
— olivia rodrigo loops (@rodrigoloop) January 9, 2023
Olivia won her first Grammy for Best Pop Vocal Album. The critically acclaimed ‘Sour’ album was famously known for singles such as “driver’s license,” “good 4 u,” “deja vu,” and “traitor.” Some of the singles gained popularity on the short-video platform app TikTok.
The new music and the new album might be out there anytime soon. But for now, we could say that it’s ‘good 4’ us to be happy and healthy while waiting for it to come.
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