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  • Olivia Rodrigo Performs “bad idea right?” on BBC Radio 1 Live Lounge

  • BBC Radio 1 has released American singer-songwriter Olivia Rodrigo's live performance video for “bad idea right?” on Live Lounge.

    Back in October, she performed the song at the Hollywood Forever Cemetery in Los Angeles, along with “vampire”, “get him back!”, “drivers license” and a cover of Noah Kahan's “Stick Season”.
    Olivia Rodrigo told BBC Radio 1, “I love watching Radio 1 Love Lounges. I've kind of grown up watching all my favourite artists do them and so it's a real honour to be here today doing my own! So we did the BBC Radio 1 Live Lounge performance in the masonic Lodge at the Hollywood Forever Cemetery which is where we are right now, which s kind of crazy! A little bit eerie but I actually feel very at peace. But I actually love it here! I come here often. I think it's a rally beautiful, break from the hustle and bustle of LA and I come and see movies here all the time. They show movies and it's just beautiful place, so I'm happy that we could do it here. LA's my home so I feel at home. Toto the dog is buried here and I think that's very incredible and I think we are among history right now!”
  • The song is featured on her sophomore album “GUTS”, which was released back in September.
    It was written by Olivia Rodrigo, and Daniel Nigro who also produced it.
    Olivia Rodrigo told RollingStone about the song, “I wrote it in New York. Me and my friend, Dan, were at Electric Lady Studios, and I was telling him about one of my fun escapades. I sent this guy a text: 'seeing you tonight, it’s a bad idea, right?,' and I was, like, 'Ooh, that rhymes.' And so I told Dan about it the next day, and he was like, 'Oh, that’s fun,' talking about it. The refrain started as a joke, he was just making fun of me, he was just going, “My brain goes, ‘Ah’.' And we were like, 'Wait, maybe we’re onto something there, maybe there’s something in there.' And so we wrote the song 'bad idea right?,' and I really like it, I think it’s kind of funny and tongue-and-cheek, and the music is fun and upbeat and makes me want to dance.”
  • source : BBC Radio 1
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