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Olivia Rodrigo And Music Producer Adam Faze SPLIT After Seven Months Together

Singer Olivia Rodrigo is living the single life again as she broke up with music producer boyfriend Adam Faze.

The Good 4 U singer romance rumors the first sparker when She was spotted with the producer. They were seen holding hands with each other at the Space Jam: A New Legacy premiere last year in July. Neither Olivia Rodrigo nor Adam Faze officially confirmed their relationship. However, they were believed to be dating for seven months before calling it quits.

And singer Olivia Rodrigo is living the single life again, after her and music producer boyfriend Adam Faze have broken up. “They’ve been over for a bit now,” a source told People of the relationship, as Faze recently shared photos from New York City where he’s based. While they never confirmed their relationship, Olivia revealed in June that she’s in a much happier place than she was when she wrote her hit debut album Sour.

The singer then revealed, “I’m just constantly learning and growing at such a rapid rate. I’m writing songs and I’m really happy. I’m a lot happier than I was when I wrote that record, which is great,’ Rodrigo said. ‘I’m a lot more confident, which I think is a good aspect of growing up. We’ll see what the next era brings, but I’m excited to start working on it,” she added.

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Rodrigo burst onto the music scene in early January 2021 when she released her first hit song Drivers License. The song topped the Billboard Hot 100 singles charts, making her the youngest artist ever to debut atop the singles charts. She released her debut album Sour in May, which has been nominated for seven Grammy Awards, with a global tour coming this spring.

However, Rodrigo recently revealed the first trailer for her Disney Plus movie Olivia Rodrigo: driving home 2 u (a SOUR film). The movie, slated to debut on the streaming service on March 25, will take audiences, ‘on a familiar road trip from Salt Lake City, where she began writing her triple-platinum Geffen Records debut album Sour, to Los Angeles.’

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