Olivia Rodrigo Celebrates 'Sour' First Anniversary With Thankful Message for Fans
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Through the album, which was released on May 21, 2021, the 'Good 4 U' hitmaker breaks a world record for the biggest opening week for an album by a female artist in Spotify history.

AceShowbiz - Olivia Rodrigo thanked her fans for "forever" changing her life on the first anniversary of the release of her record-breaking debut album, "Sour". Through the album, which was released on May 21, 2021, the "Good 4 U" hitmaker broke a world record for the biggest opening week for an album by a female artist in Spotify history.

As she looked back on a whirlwind year, the pop megastar admitted she is eternally "grateful" to those who made it possible. The 19-year-old wrote in an Instagram post, "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. thank u @dan_nigro for making it with me and believing in me more than anyone."

"And thank u to everyone who has embraced my 17 year old lamentations and forever changed my life in the process. (sic)," she concluded.

The "Deja Vu" singer recently admitted she has "grown so much" since releasing "Sour". She feels like she's become a much more confident person because of everything she's experienced over the last 12 months. "The process of making 'SOUR', and putting it out in the world really challenged me, and I've grown so much, and I've learned so much more about myself," she shared. "I definitely feel like I am a more confident person today because of it."

Additionally, the "Traitor" hitmaker still considers herself to be a "hopeless romantic," though she admits to being a different person now compared to when she wrote her first record. "I felt definitely differently about love when I wrote 'SOUR' versus now. I think when you're going through a heartbreak like that, you can get really disillusioned with the concepts of relationships," the chart-topping star shared.

"But now I'm at a place where I'm so happy that I went through all of that, and have so much love for all of these people that I've been in relationships with. And so nice that I got to write songs to help me get through it," she shared.

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