Olivia Rodrigo wants to sing with Brandy Carlile and other artists. The singer has been dreaming about singing with both for a long time. She has been writing her own songs since the age of five and is based in Los Angeles, California. Her latest song, “I Want You to Know,” won the Grammy for Best New Artist. She credited her collaborator, Dan Nigro, for discovering her on Instagram in March 2020.
She told ‘Entertainment Tonight’: “Brandi Carlile is acting this night and he or she is a large concept.”
Olivia took home Best New Artist, Best Pop Solo Performance, and Best Pop Vocal album for ‘Sour’ and also executed her spoil hit ‘Drivers License’ and even though she “could not fathom” definitely prevailing any of the accolades she became nominated for ahead of the rite, she turned into extremely joyful to be there.
She stated: “I experience very lucky that I get to do this…
“It’s crazy, I actually have simply watched the GRAMMYs religiously because I became so young and just to be right here and perform up on that degree is such an honour.”
The ‘Good four U’ singer is getting ready to go on her first-ever tour “literally” after the Grammys but defined one of the reasons why she made her documentary movie ‘Driving Home 2 U (A Sour Film)’ changed into for enthusiasts who’re unable to make her concerts that will experience her in motion without leaving their houses.
She said: “We labored definitely difficult on the movie and I am going on excursion actually the second we finish the GRAMMYs, so I desired to give my lovers who would not be capable of make it to a concert some thing they could watch.
“You realize, [give them] a little bit of latest content material. So, I am glad that we did that.”
Olivia broke down in tears whilst she gathered her Grammy for Best New Artist.
She stated in her attractiveness speech: “God, thanks so much to the Recording Academy. This is my biggest dream come actual. Thank you a lot. Thank you to all people at Interscope Records, in particular [CEO] John Janick for believing in me and my track-writing before every person else.”