- Olivia Rodrigo Sours’ debut album returned to number one on the Billboard 200.
- It’s the fifth week of the chart, marking its second week overall at the top.
Meanwhile, the album’s second single, “Deja Vu,” rose from #10 to #9 on the Hot 100 and rose from #12 to #10 after reaching #3 on the charts in early June. Alongside Good 4 U, Deja Vu also topped the Billboard radio charts this week, increasing Rodrigo’s top 10 on the charts to three, a number that includes his driving license.
See the team of musicians, producers, and more behind the track, with footage from Jaxsta below.
General contractor – Olivia Rodrigo
Composer lyricist – Daniel Nigro
Composer lyricist – Olivia Rodrigo
Producer – Daniel Nigro
Drum programming – Daniel Nigro
As. Sound engineer – Dan Viafore
Master Engineer – Randy Merrill
Mixer – Mitch McCarthy
Sound engineer – Daniel Nigro
Acoustic guitar – Daniel Nigro
Backing singer – Daniel Nigro
Bass – Daniel Nigro
Electric guitar – Daniel Nigro
Flute – Ryan Linville
Guitar – Clock City
Organ – Clock City
I assume that conclusion is well worth being skeptical of. At the least one piece of “proof” in the video is only a pattern — the piano backing music from fast’s 2017 tune “new year’s day” pops up in Rodrigo’s 2021 track “1 step forward, three steps back,” and each short and her co-creator jack antonoff are consequently credited as co-songwriters at the Rodrigo song. Swift has even kinda-sorta adopted Rodrigo as indeed one of her creative children, which is good.
However, the other examples inside the video are probably close enough to raise eyebrows, at least a bit. So keep in mind my eyebrows partially raised on maximum counts. (although not all! Despite the protestations of numerous of my colleagues, I maintain to not pay attention to how “desirable four u” and Paramore’s “misery business” are all that comparable.)