After the renowned American singer Olivia Rodrigo released her latest single, “Vampire,” the song garnered millions of listens from users. However, some Spotify users faced technical challenges and encountered crashes on the music streaming platform soon after the release of Olivia Rodrigo’s new single.
Soon after, Twitter became a platform for numerous users to express their frustration over the inability to access the new song of Grammy-award winner Olivia Rodrigo. Users expressed their disappointment and shared their experiences of being unable to listen to the highly anticipated track on Spotify.
Following the highly successful debut of her album SOUR two years ago, the Filipina-American singer is once again leaving a significant impact on the music industry.On June 30, 2023, Olivia Rodrigo released her highly anticipated new single “Vampire,” following the teasing of the song and her upcoming album titled “Guts” on June 13.
To create excitement for the release, the singer shared a black-and-white cover art for the single. In the image, Rodrigo is seen wearing dark lipstick, winged eyeliner, and two purple band-aids on her neck, symbolizing a vampire fang wound being covered.
The music video for “Vampire” is directed by Petra Collins, who previously directed the music video for “Good 4 U,” a popular track from Rodrigo’s Grammy Award-winning debut album, “Sour.”
The Twitter post quickly gained popularity, amassing over 14.3 million views, 168 thousand likes, and 30 thousand retweets. It garnered significant attention and engagement from fans and followers, highlighting the widespread anticipation and excitement surrounding Olivia Rodrigo’s new single, “Vampire.”
Olivia Rodrigo has embarked on a new musical era that showcases a darker and grungier sound, deviating from her previous album. While fans of the pop star are thoroughly enjoying her latest track, they have also observed that the lyrics allude to a past relationship where she was taken advantage of by an older boyfriend.
Among netizens, there is speculation that the song could potentially be referencing individuals named Adam Faze and Zack Bia, who are thought to be the subjects of the song’s alleged diss. However, it’s important to note that this speculation is based on fan interpretations and not confirmed information from Olivia Rodrigo herself.