Olivia Rodrigo Celebrates First Anniversary Of Life-Changing Debut Album ‘Sour’

Olivia Rodrigo Celebrates First Anniversary Of Life-Changing Debut Album ‘Sour’

Marking the first anniversary of Sour, Olivia Rodrigo reflected on the success of her super hit debut album.

“My first album SOUR came out a year ago today. it is impossible for me to sum up in words how much this album means to me and how grateful I am to have gotten the privilege to make it and watch it exist in the world,” Rodrigo wrote on Instagram.

The singer-songwriter and actress gave a shoutout to Dan Nigro, who produced and co-wrote the album, “for making it with me and believing in me more than anyone.” She also thanked “everyone who has embraced [her] 17 year old lamentations and forever changed [her] life in the process”.

Released on May 21, 2021, Sour broke the global Spotify record for the biggest opening week for an album by a female artist. The album topped the charts in several countries, including the Billboard 200, and racked up 15 Platinum certificates.

Originally planned as an EP, Rodrigo expanded Sour into a full-length album following the viral success of her debut single, “Drivers License.”

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