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Olivia Rodrigo is ready to spill her ‘GUTS’ with sophomore album

Filipino-American singer and songwriter Olivia Rodrigo announced her highly anticipated sophomore album, titled GUTS, which will come out on September 8.

“I am so proud of this record, and I can’t wait to share it with you all!” the singer wrote on her socials with the album cover showing her laying on the floor wearing rings spelling the name of the album.

The announcement follows the upcoming release of the first single on the album, “Vampire,” which will come out on June 30.

In her newsletter, Rodrigo shared that the album was made when she was 19 which she explained was “filled with lots of confusion, mistakes, awkwardness, and good old fashioned teen angst.”

She proudly shared that the album was made with producer Daniel Nigro who worked with her on her Grammy-winning debut album SOUR album in 2021 – and will mark her first musical endeavor since then in 2021.

SOUR earned her three Grammy Awards including “Best New Artist,” “Best Pop Vocal Album,” and “Best Pop Solo Performance” for her chart-topping song “drivers license,” and is the longest-running debut album in the 21st century in the Billboard 200 chart.

As such, Livies are excited about what she has to spill:


The release of the album will be accompanied by four versions of vinyl records, a CD, a cassette tape, and her other merchandise.


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