Olivia Rodrigo and her boyfriend Adam Faze have decided to discontinue their relationship.
We have learned from a source that the “Drivers License” singer, 18, and the music video producer, 24, have ended their relationship, just seven months after they were first sighted spending time together.
It has been a while since they have been here, according to the source. Earlier this week, Faze published a couple of images from his life in New York, where he has been based for the past month.
Rodrigo's representative has not responded to requests for comment.
After being seen cuddling up to one another and holding hands at the Space Jam 2 premiere in California this summer, Rodrigo and Faze — who directed Goody Grace's “Nothing Good” music video and founded the production company Must B Nice last year — sparked romance rumors when they were seen cuddling up to one another and holding hands.
In June, she told that she was “a lot happier now” than when she composed the lyrics to her blockbuster debut album Sour, even though neither Faze nor Rodrigo had confirmed their relationship.
The young woman described herself as “constantly learning and maturing at such a rapid rate.” “I'm now writing music, which makes me quite pleased. I'm a lot happier now than I was when I was writing that album, which is fantastic.”
“I've gained a lot more confidence, which I believe is a positive component of growing up,” she continued. “We'll have to wait and see what the next period brings, but I'm looking forward to getting started.”
It was in January 2021 that Rodrigo's career took off with the publication of her single “Drivers License.” Her love life — particularly a purported love triangle with her costar Joshua Bassett and singer Sabrina Carpenter — was thrust into the forefront as fans analyzed the lyrics of her viral heartbreak ballad High School Musical: The Musical: The Series actress was pushed into the spotlight with it.
Rodrigo informed her that she had been making a conscious effort to take some time off and enjoy slower days with her pals following her frenetic calendar year.
“I'm prone to become burned up and exhausted pretty quickly. And when you're burned out as an artist, it's difficult to remain motivated and create something that you enjoy, says the artist “she explained. “As a result, taking time off has been quite important. And my team has been wonderful about providing me breaks when I've needed them and allowing me to rest when I've needed them.”
“I enjoy spending time by myself in the company of others. That is the most wonderful thing that has ever happened “She went on to say more. “However, I enjoy spending time with my pals. That has a regenerating effect on me, I believe. And I enjoy talking about topics that are not related to the music industry or the music industry itself.”
Rodrigo's recent breakup news comes at a time when her professional life is about to take off in a big way. She is nominated for seven Grammy Awards at this year's ceremony, which will take place on April 3, and she will embark on a world tour in support of her new album, Sour, two days later.
Rodrigo will also be honored as the 2022 Billboard Woman of the Year at the annual Billboard Women in Music Awards, which will take place next month. He will also be releasing a new documentary on Sour, titled Driving Home 2 U, on Disney+ next month.
He works as a producer:
Faze Productions, which Adam founded recently, is a producing firm. The first project to be produced by this new firm will be Who Am I?, which Deadline characterizes as an “experimental indie” starring Alisha Boe and Brandon Flynn, who previously appeared in the 13 Reasons Why television series.
He's experimented in the world of music video direction:
His IMDB page states that he directed Goody Grace's animated music video for “Nothing Good,” an alternative hip-hop song that also features G-Eazy and Juicy J. Adam was born in New York City and raised in Los Angeles. Who knows what will happen? Perhaps he will also direct a music video for Olivia at some point in the future.
The couple was still going strong as of last summer:
On August 27, Just Jared Jr. claimed that Olivia and Adam were spotted holding hands while out and about in Los Angeles.
According to reports, he met Olivia through mutual connections. According to a reliable source, Adam and Olivia “met through industry connections” a few months ago and have been dating ever since.
According to sources, Adam and Olivia were dating exclusively:
The same insider stated that they are “absolutely exclusive” and that they are “becoming serious.”
Olivia reportedly referred to him as her lover, according to reports. Rumors about the relationship began to circulate after they were photographed together at the Space Jam: A New Legacy event at Six Flags Magic Mountain, where Olivia was reportedly presenting Adam to others as her “boyfriend,” according to media sources.