Every Track From Olivia Rodrigo’s Debut Album Has Reached the Top 40 of the Hot 100



It’s impossible to imagine that Olivia Rodrigo officially began her career as a solo performer less than six months ago given how successful she is on this week’s Billboard charts.

All 11 of the tracks on the 18-year-old singer-songwriter’s debut album Sour, which debuted at No. 1 on the Billboard 200, made it into the top 30 of the Hot 100 this week, giving her ownership of more than 10% of the chart. A real star has come, and she is doing it like no other in the industry.

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Rodrigo comes within one spot of having four top 10 hits this week, but she falls short. The Hot 100 leader from the previous week, “Good 4 U,” drops to No. 2 after being dethroned by BTS’s “Butter,” which was invincible this time around. “Deja Vu,” the singer’s second official single from Sour, is again among the top 10. Its top position was No. 8, but it has since risen to a new high of No. 3.

Olivia Rodrigo

“Traitor,” an album track from Sour that hasn’t been marketed as a single but which fans apparently liked enough to stream and purchase in significant enough quantities to send it straight into the top tier on the list, is also featured inside the top 10 on this week’s Hot 100. The musician’s fourth top 10 entry, the cut debuts at No. 9 in the charts.

Twelve more Sour tracks, including Rodrigo’s lead single “Drivers License,” are among the top 20, with the latter track (and former Hot 100 champion) narrowly missing the top spot.

Rodrigo, who joins Drake, Post Malone, and J. Cole in that amazing achievement, is the fourth musician and the first female artist in history to hold 11 positions inside the top 30 on the Hot 100 at once, according to Billboard.

Here are the positions of all 11 of Rodrigo’s songs on the Hot 100 this week.

  • No. 2 – “Good 4 U”
  • No. 3 – “Deja Vu”
  • No. 9 – “Traitor”
  • No. 11 – “Drivers License”
  • No. 12 – “Brutal”
  • No. 14 – “Enough for You”
  • No. 15 – “Happier”
  • No. 18 – “Favorite Crime”
  • No. 19 – “1 Step Forward, 3 Steps Back”
  • No. 24 – “Jealousy, Jealousy”
  • No. 29 – “Hope Ur OK”

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