Why Olivia Rodrigo Considered 'Guts' to Be the 'Most Important Album for Me to Write' 

Olivia Rodrigo will receive Variety's Storyteller of the Year award on December 2 at its annual Hitmakers ceremony. 

Olivia Rodrigo, a 20-year-old singer-songwriter, exclaims in her new song for "The Hunger Games: 

The Ballad of Songbirds and Snakes," "I'm here, I'm there, I'm everywhere, but you can't catch me now."

Though the lyrics to "Can't Catch Me Now" were written for Lucy Gray Baird, the protagonist of the "Hunger Games" prequel, Rodrigo has become an all-encompassing force. 

The song recently earned her a Hollywood Music in Media award, and her latest full-length, "Guts," is nominated for six Grammy Awards, 

including her first nomination for best rock song for "ballad of a homeschooled girl.""Guts" was put together by Rodrigo and her co-writer and producer Dan Nigro as a follow-up to Rodrigo's Grammy-winning 2021 debut,

Sour," which established her as a vivid narrator for her generation. "Sour" dealt with her struggle to rediscover herself following a particularly painful breakup; 

the material was deeply introspective, at times unsettling, but clever, fresh, and relatable. Then came the writing sessions for the sophomore album, and with them, 

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