We know she would be happy. 

Olivia RodrigoThis year’s record-breaking year continues to improve. It is theHigh School Musical star was nominated for seven GRAMMYs on Nov. 23—including the top music categories.

This chart-topping song, Driver’s License by the 18-year old was nominated as Best Pop Solo Performance and Record of the year. SOURThe album that she released as her first, “Good 4 You,” received nominations for Best Pop Vocal Song Album and Album of the year. Best Music Video was also nominated for “Good 4 U”.

Olivia received a nomination for Best New Artist. Facing against The Kid LAROI, FINNEAS, Jimmie Allen, Baby Keem, Japanese breakfast, Arlo Parks, Arooj Aftab Saweetie.

It’s not all bad news. Oliva is a top candidate this year. Jon BatisteWith 11 nominations, he takes the lead. Followed closely by Justin Bieber, Doja Cat H.E.R.8. Billie EillishOlivia is joined by 7 nominated and Lady Gaga Tony BennettReceived 5 nominations