Three-time winner of multiple platinum convention GRAMMY® Olivia Rodrigo shares her new and exciting phrase: “Bad idea huh?”, along with its accompanying video. After launching “Vampire” El Pasado Junio debuts at No. 1 in Del Board Hot 100 and thus spawned her biggest debut to date on multiple platforms: “Bad Idea, Right?” This is the second part of Rodrigo’s next album, Courage, which will be released on September 8 through Geffen Records. Both “vampire” and “bad idea right?” Available now. Listen “Bad idea isn’t it?” Watch the video here and here.
A dramatic change in intensity of the “vampire” piano, titled “Mejor Nueva Canción”.pitchfork and currently Top 5 on Top 40 radio in the United States, “Bad Idea, Right?” It hits on all good criteria with a manic and downright funny look at getting back with an ex. As the song begins, the 20-year-old artist narrates his fiery internal monologue with humor and self-awareness, with a confessional frankness and once again showcasing an unfiltered, but well-detailed composition that I I bring to light in his first film. Album and 4x Platinum in the United States: Tart taste. Produced and co-written with his regular contributor, Daniel Nigro, “Bad Idea Right?” The creation process tells a story in front of a vertical screen of chaotic guitar riffs, drum beats and pendilla voices echoing in the spirit of the game.
“‘Bad idea isn’t it?’ We started off with bromando de me, reconnecting with an ex-boyfriend, but then we said we knew we were really onto something»Rodrigo says. “We were launching into the weirdest stuff out there, one of the singers has a part that acts like an instrument in the background, but I’m slowly wailing more strongly.”
As a perfect reflection of the song’s manic energy, “Bad Idea Right?” The video for This is Rodrigo’s latest collaboration with renowned artist, director and photographer Petra Collins, who earned a Grammy® nomination for her work on Rodrigo’s 4x Platinum and Billboard Hot 100 video, “Good 4 U”. He also directed the video for his 2x platinum “Brutal” and 5x MTV VMA nomination “Vampire” (the latter being Rodrigo’s biggest debut on YouTube, with over 12.9 million views in its first 24 hours and #1 ) on YouTube’s list of top music videos in the United States) with its aesthetic inspired by the horror comedy of the early 90s, “Bad Idea Right?” Follow Rodrigo on his journey home to the East, equal parts surreal and heartbreaking and fantastically absurd. “Bad idea right?” The video premiered on MTV Live, MTVU, MTV Biggest Pop and in promotional strips for Paramount Times Square.
Available exclusively at Rodrigo’s online store, vinyl edition Courage It will be offered in four colors: red, white, blue and purple.
Written partly at the famed Electric Lady studios in New York City, Courage Lived primarily at Negro’s Garage Studio in Los Angeles. While each song intensifies the emotional honesty that has always pervaded his creation, the album finds Rodrigo expanding his expressive palette and exploring entirely new dimensions of his craft. An auspicious introduction to the next chapter in her already extraordinary career, “Vampire,” quickly established her Spotify records for biggest debut for single song in 2023. The song also became the first artist to debut the main Sensillos on top of Rodrigo’s two career early albums.Board The Hot 100, in part thanks to your effortless debut 5x platinum »drivers license». Rodrigo is also the youngest artist to debut three successes at No. 1 on the Hot 100. Tart It is the fastest album in history to have all its songs certified platinum by the RIAA.