20.02.2023 / 18:31
Olivia Rodrigo’s birth chart powered the record-breaking princess of pop
Sour” debut.Skyrocketing to fame like a firework, the megastar has become a mainstay at awards shows due to her massive hit songs “Driver’s License” and “Good 4 U” and album “Sour”—even garnering a host of Grammys (one of which she broke!). Even more impressive, according to Uproxx, “Sour” broke records and“solidified Rodrigo as the first-ever female solo artist to own four singles from the same album with over one billion individual Spotify streams: “Drivers License” (1.64 billion), “Deja Vu” (1.04 billion), “Good 4 U” (1.67 billion), and “Traitor” (1 billion).”As an AAPI celeb, the newest heir to the throne as a princess of pop raised awareness about how the pop music industry can now be more racially inclusive—and how icons can raise awareness about social and political issues on a vast level. So was Rodrigo, 20, always meant to be a starlet? Will she continue to pack on the hits, channeling heartbreak into art? Will she rise to eventually become the pop queen above her peers? Or will her time be more like a fifteen-minutes of fame, long forgotten? Olivia Rodrigo was born on February 20, 2003.