Olivia Rodrigo becomes the most successful artist of the moment in the United States
As big as Olivia Rodrigo‘s “SOUR” was on US Apple Music, she demonstrated even more opening day dominance on the US Spotify platform. Songs from “SOUR” claim the top 10 spots on the US Spotify chart today. The remaining two tracks appear at 11th and 12th on the chart; BTS‘s “Butter” breaks the streak with its # 10 arc. “Good 4 u,” the album’s final radio single, led the way with 4,974,833 plays in the United States on Friday.
“Brutal” and “deja vu” follow at #2 and #3, respectively. “Traitor” takes no. 4, ahead of “enough for you” (# 5), “1 step forward, 3 steps back” (# 6), “happier” (# 7), “drivers license” (# 6). 8), “jealousy, jealousy” (# 9), “favorite crime” (# 11) and “hope ur ok” (# 12).
“SOUR” also did incredibly well on Spotify’sglobal chart:
1) good 4 u
3) deja vu
5) drivers license
10) enough for you
12) 1 step forward, 3 steps back
14) jealousy, jealousy
16) favorite crime
18) hope ur ok
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In other news related to Olivia Rodrigo, who is in the spotlight of her debut album “Sour”, and the schedule of interviews is not limited to the United States. Speaking to the BBC, from United Kingdom, she revealed that she would like to work with the English singer Charli XCX. “I am really obsessed with Charli XCX and I think she is an amazing songwriter, so it would be great to write with her,” said the American singer.
Charli XCX has already written for various artists. Among them, Selena Gomez, Camila Cabello, Shawn Mendes, Iggy Azalea, James Blunt, Bella Thorne and TXT. As a performer, she has already reached the top of the charts in both the United States and the United Kingdom, always with her own compositions.
The singer-songwriter of the hit “BoomClap” saw an excerpt from Olivia Rodrigo’s interview on Twitter and was excited about the possibility of doing something together. “Congratulations on everything you’re doing and call me whenever you want,” the artist tweeted.