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Grammys 2022: “Good 4 U” Singer Olivia Rodrigo Shines At The Music Night With Three Awards

The 19-year old actor and musician from America, Olivia Isabel Rodrigo, recently won major Grammy titles awards. The singer became widely popular for her debut-single track “Drivers License” in 2021. The song became a major hit and topped the charts everywhere in the world. She released her two other songs in 2021 “Deja Vu” and “Good 4 U” which were superhits too. Sour (2021), her maiden studio album, debuted at the top of the charts throughout the world and received significant critical praise. In 2021, Time magazine awarded Entertainer of the Year to Olivia. In 2022, the singer was “Woman of the Year” by Billboard.

Olivia Rodrigo BagsThree Awards At The Grammys

Olivia Rodrigo with her awards
Olivia Rodrigo with her awards

The 64th Annual Grammy Awards was one of the most memorable nights for artists and performers. One of the most well-known victories is that of California adolescent vocalist Olivia Rodrigo. It was thrilling to anticipate the huge victories. The night of the music celebration called for performers to receive nominations and win prizes.

The Grammys had plenty of passion and enchantment, with performances from BTS to Lil Nas X the show was rocking. Comedian Trevor Noah hosted the show and there was a cameo of Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelenskyy. Olivia who debuted the famous heartbreak anthem, “Drivers Licence,” swept three major awards at the 64th Annual Grammy Awards. Olivia Rodrigo, a 19-year-old adolescent sensation, has made Grammy history with her significant wins.

The “Best New Artist” is one of the most important prizes of the Grammys. Olivia Rodrigo won this year’s “Best New Artist” award. Consequently, she defeated Arooj Aftab, Arlo Parks, Baby Keem, Glass Animals, Jimmie Allen, FINNEAS, The Kid LAROI, Japanese Breakfast, and Saweetie.

Further for “Sour,” she also won Best Pop Solo Performer and Best Pop Vocal Album.

The 19-year-old breakout singer has made history by being the second-youngest and third artist in history to win all three major Grammy Awards in the same year, including Best New Artist, Pop Solo Performance, and Best Pop Vocal Album.

Certainly, Olivia is the 13th artist to receive nominations in the all-genre category in the same year.

What Olivia Said After Receiving The Awards?

Olivia during her speech
Olivia during her speech

Olivia Rodrigo began her emotional statement by thanking the Recording Academy for making her wildest goal come true by awarding her the Best New Artist award.

Above all, she extended her appreciation to her team, friends, and parents, with a particular mention to Dan Nigro, the album’s producer, and co-writer.
Rodrigo discussed his experiences as a young musician in the music industry, as well as the problems that female vocalists confront. She also talked about how she was inspired and strengthened by female musicians in the past who helped her get to where she is now.

She further added, “I wanna say to all the young girls out there who are writing songs every day, in their journals, on their bedroom floors, I am constantly moved by your vulnerability and your creativity and bravery.” “This is my biggest dream come true,” she said later.

Olivia Rodrigo’s Performance At The Grammy’s

Olivia during her performance
Olivia during her performance

She sang at the Grammys for the first time before celebrating her achievement of winning three straight prizes on the glam night of Grammy 2022. Olivia sang “Sour,” her chart-topping hit, in a theatrical presentation.

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