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Vampire: Olivia Rodrigo’s New Single Sparks Speculation of Diss Towards Her Exes

Olivia Rodrigo has ventured into a new musical era, and it’s evident that she’s embraced a darker and grungier sound, marking a departure from her previous album. As fans immerse themselves in the popstar’s latest track, Vampire. They have keenly observed the lyrics, which allude to a boyfriend who was older and took advantage of her. Speculation has arisen among netizens, who have identified Adam Faze and Zack Bia as potential figures targeted by the song’s narrative.

Rodrigo’s artistic evolution has captivated her fan base, who appreciate her willingness to explore new musical territories. The introspective lyrics and distinctive tone of her latest release have sparked intrigue and discussion among listeners, with online communities delving into possible connections between the song and Rodrigo’s personal life. As the singer continues to unfold her musical journey, fans eagerly await further insights into her experiences and emotions through her evocative compositions.

Vampire, a new song by Olivia Rodrigo

Vampire Olivia Rodrigo

After promoting the song and her upcoming album Guts on June 13, Rodrigo released her brand-new track Vampire on June 30, 2023. To tease the release of the new single, the singer uploaded a black-and-white image of its cover art. Dark lipstick, winged eyeliner, and two purple bandages covering a vampire fang wound were all worn by the vocalist. Petra Collins, who also directed the music video for Good 4 U, a popular song from the Grammy Award-winning songwriter’s blockbuster debut album Sour, directed the music video for Vampire.

What do the lyrics of Vampire say?

“Hate to give the satisfaction askin’ how you’re doing now / How’s the castle built off people you pretend to care about,” the song’s lyrics by Rodrigo say. In addition, the song sings, “I see the parties and the diamonds sometimes when I close my eyes / Six months of torture that you sold as some forbidden paradise.” Continuing, the vampire says, “The way you sold me for parts / As you sunk your teeth into me, oh / Bloodsucker, famefucker / Bleeding me dry like a goddamn vampire.” Rodrigo sings without hesitation that the man is a compelling liar.

Fans Find Connection on Mocking Adam Faze or Zack Bia

The song’s lyrics continue, “You can’t love anyone / Cause that would mean you had a heart.” It continues, “Went for me and not her / Cause girls your age know better.” Essentially, Rodrigo’s song is about an older ex-boyfriend who exploited her for popularity. Fans are speculating despite the fact that she hasn’t said who it’s about. The two men that fans believe Vampire could be referring to are Adam Faze and Zack Bia. Rodrigo was 18 and Producer Adam Faze was 24.

When she was 19 and he was 26, the singer was reportedly dating producer Zack Bia. “That’s crazy that Olivia Rodrigo and Adam Faze “confirmed” their relationship on June 29th, 2012. During the Space Jam event at Universal. And she released “Vampire” today on June 29th,” one person tweeted. Another person commented, “Can’t tell whether Vampire is about adam faze or zack bia. Because they were both way older than her and both creepy.”

“Olivia is criticizing Zack Bia in Vampire because she had only turned 18 when their relationship began, according to a third commenter. Not Madison Beer and Olivia Rodriguez dropping songs about being traumatized by the same guy. Keep zack bia away from these girls.” It was a reference to the song Selfish by Beer. Which is said to be about Zack Bia. Another remark “Day 9272919 of zack bia inspiring the best heartbreak music.”


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