Deja Vu (Olivia Rodrigo song)

"Deja Vu" (stylized in all lowercase) is a song recorded by American singer-songwriter Olivia Rodrigo. It was released on April 1, 2021, as the second single from Rodrigo's debut studio album, Sour (2021), through Geffen and Interscope Records. The song was announced on her website and via her social media accounts on March 29, 2021, and served as a follow-up to her globally successful debut single, "Drivers License".

"Deja Vu"
Olivia Rodrigo - Deja Vu.png
Single by Olivia Rodrigo
from the album Sour
Written2020
ReleasedApril 1, 2021 (2021-04-01)
Recorded2020
Studio
  • Amusement (Los Angeles)
  • Heavy Duty (Burbank)[1]
Genre
Length3:35
Label
Songwriter(s)
Producer(s)Dan Nigro
Olivia Rodrigo singles chronology
"Drivers License"
(2021)
"Deja Vu"
(2021)
"Good 4 U"
(2021)
Music video
"Deja Vu" on YouTube

Rodrigo wrote the song with its producer Dan Nigro. Taylor Swift, Jack Antonoff and St. Vincent also received songwriting credits since it interpolates Swift's 2019 song "Cruel Summer". A psychedelic pop, pop rock, art pop, and indie pop song, "Deja Vu" sees Rodrigo interrogate a former lover, who is pursuing a different relationship, about his déjà vu when his behavior with his new love-interest evokes the things he used to do with Rodrigo. The song received acclaim from music critics. The accompanying music video is set in Malibu, California, and depicts the subject's new girlfriend mimicking all of Rodrigo's styles and habits.

"Deja Vu" debuted at number 8 on the US Billboard Hot 100, marking the second consecutive single from Sour to enter the top 10 of the chart, after "Drivers License"; Rodrigo also became the first artist in history to debut their first two singles inside the top 10 of the Hot 100. It rose to its peak of number 3 on the chart after the release of Sour, becoming her third top three single. Elsewhere, the single reached the top-ten in Australia, Canada, Ireland, Latvia, Malaysia, New Zealand, Singapore, Slovakia, and the United Kingdom.

Background and promotionEdit

Rodrigo signed to Geffen Records, a subsidiary of Interscope Records, intending to release her debut EP in 2021.[2] She co-wrote the song "Drivers License" with its producer Daniel Nigro,[3] and released it as her debut single in January 2021, to commercial success. Billboard magazine declared it as one of the "most dominant" hits in Hot 100 history.[4]

Rodrigo began teasing a follow-up single by wiping her Instagram account and posting cryptic teasers of it on her social media accounts in late March 2021;[5] on March 29, she announced that it would be titled "Deja Vu", and set a release date of three days later, reassuring fans that the announcement was not an April Fools' Day joke. Rodrigo unveiled the song's artwork in the same post.[6][7] Rodrigo posted three cryptic flickering clips preceding the announcement, featuring a melting ice cream cone, drifting clouds, and a car being driven along the ocean, which was interpreted as a reference to "Deja Vu"'s lyrics by Nylon's Steffanee Wang.[8] In an interview with MTV News, Rodrigo stated that the song was "definitely not like 'Drivers License' at all", and was excited and nervous about her audience viewing a different aspect of her artistry on it.[9] Furthermore, in an interview with Rolling Stone, Rodrigo mentioned that the song's bridge was influenced by "Cruel Summer", a song by Swift from her seventh studio album, Lover (2019).[10]

Composition and lyricsEdit

 
"Deja Vu" describes the familiar feeling of Rodrigo's ex-flame revisiting their shared experiences with a new partner, including driving to Malibu across the California coast.[11]

"Deja Vu" was written and recorded in late 2020.[12] It has been described as an ethereal midtempo psychedelic pop,[13] pop rock,[14] art pop,[15] and indie pop song[16] while other sources observe alternative influences.[17][13] It contains lyrics revolving around heartbreak.[18] On "Deja Vu", Rodrigo addresses a past partner who is currently pursuing a different relationship and recalls how he is repeating things he did with Rodrigo, with the new girl as well, which are activities such as driving up the California coast, eating strawberry ice cream, trading jackets, watching reruns of the Fox musical dramedy Glee, and listening to "Uptown Girl" (1983) by American singer-songwriter Billy Joel.[11] In July 2021, Taylor Swift, Jack Antonoff and St. Vincent were credited as co-writers of "Deja Vu", officially pertaining to the interpolation of Swift's 2019 song "Cruel Summer".[19]

Critical receptionEdit

"Deja Vu" was met with critical acclaim upon release.[20] Quinn Moreland of Pitchfork stated that with "Deja Vu", Rodrigo has proven to be "pop music's next heavyweight", complimenting the song's "delightfully ensnaring" production and deemed it a "sassy" and "bittersweet catharsis".[21] Tom Breihan of Stereogum commended its stylistic change of pace from "Drivers License", describing it as a "giddy, stomping pop banger with a euphoric-singalong chorus", although he also noted its similar subject matter.[22] Tatiana Tenreyro of The A.V. Club lauded the track as an improvement over her debut single, stating that "Deja Vu is a stunning, twinkly track that feels like a marriage between Taylor Swift and Radiohead".[23]

Commercial performanceEdit

"Deja Vu" debuted at number 8 on the US Billboard Hot 100 chart, making Rodrigo the first artist in history to debut her first two singles in the top 10 of the Hot 100.[24] It reached its peak of number three on the chart dated June 5, 2021.[25]

In the United Kingdom, the single debuted at number 27 on the UK Singles Chart after its first full tracking week.[26] Following the release of its parent album, the song reached a new peak of number 4 on the chart.[27] In Ireland, "Deja Vu" reached number two on its Irish Singles Chart.[28]

In Australia, "Deja Vu" launched at number 13 after its first full tracking week,[29] then climbed to number 6 three weeks after, scoring Rodrigo her second top 10 song in the country.[30] Upon Sour's release, "Deja Vu" reached a new peak of number 3.[31]

Music videoEdit

Before "Deja Vu" was released, Rodrigo went onto YouTube and MTV for premiering her new single, and said that they shot the music video of "Deja Vu" in Malibu. The music video was directed by Allie Avital.[32] It featured an appearance by actress Talia Ryder.[33] The video first depicts Olivia after getting her drivers license, with her right hand holding ice cream and her left hand on the steering wheel, as she drives up the Pacific Coast Highway to a house. Another girl flashes in the rear-view mirror. At the house, she peers in the window, and smiles at the girl inside who is wearing a green dress, apparently reminiscing. Olivia drives back to her home and puts on the same green dress. She goes into a room with many TVs stacked up on each other, playing VHS tapes of her memories being reenacted by the girl she just saw. Eventually, the girl turns to the camera and waves at Olivia who realizes she was being used by her ex-boyfriend to replace the other girl all along. In a rage, Olivia proceeds to smash the TVs with a hammer except one showing the other girl in the car lip-syncing the words, "I know you get deja vu." The end scene shows the beginning scene except the other girl is driving and not Olivia.[34][35]

Credits and personnelEdit

Credits adapted from the liner notes of Sour[1] and Tidal.[19]

Studio locations

  • Recorded at Amusement Studios (Los Angeles)
  • Drums recorded at Heavy Duty Studios (Burbank)
  • Mixed at SOTA Studios (Los Angeles)
  • Mastered at Sterling Sound (New York)

Personnel

  • Olivia Rodrigo – songwriting, vocals, backing vocals
  • Daniel Nigro – songwriting, production, recording, acoustic guitar, electric guitar, Wurlitzer, bass, drum programming, Juno 60, backing vocals, percussion
  • Taylor Swift – songwriting, interpolation
  • Jack Antonoff – songwriting, interpolation
  • Annie Clark – songwriting, interpolation
  • Dan Viafore – assistant engineering
  • Jam City – organ, guitar
  • Ryan Linvill – flute, saxophone
  • Sterling Laws – drum recording
  • Chis Kaych – drum engineering
  • Jasmine Chen – drum engineering
  • Mitch McCarthy – mixing
  • Randy Merrill – mastering

ChartsEdit

Chart performance for "Deja Vu"
Chart (2021) Peak
position
Argentina (Argentina Hot 100)[36] 57
Australia (ARIA)[37] 3
Austria (Ö3 Austria Top 40)[38] 25
Belgium (Ultratop 50 Flanders)[39] 49
Canada (Canadian Hot 100)[40] 4
Croatia (HRT)[41] 79
Czech Republic (Singles Digitál Top 100)[42] 10
Denmark (Tracklisten)[43] 24
France (SNEP)[44] 131
Germany (Official German Charts)[45] 55
Global 200 (Billboard)[46] 3
Greece (IFPI)[47] 19
Hungary (Stream Top 40)[48] 19
Iceland (Plötutíðindi)[49] 30
India (IMI)[50] 15
Ireland (IRMA)[51] 2
Japan Hot Overseas (Billboard Japan)[52] 1
Latvia (EHR)[53] 4
Lebanon (OLT20)[54] 17
Lithuania (AGATA)[55] 17
Malaysia (RIM)[56] 3
Netherlands (Single Top 100)[57] 33
New Zealand (Recorded Music NZ)[58] 3
Norway (VG-lista)[59] 17
Portugal (AFP)[60] 5
Romania (Airplay 100)[61] 79
Singapore (RIAS)[62] 3
Slovakia (Singles Digitál Top 100)[63] 19
South Africa (RISA)[64] 11
Spain (PROMUSICAE)[65] 56
Sweden (Sverigetopplistan)[66] 46
Switzerland (Schweizer Hitparade)[67] 35
UK Singles (OCC)[68] 4
US Billboard Hot 100[69] 3
US Adult Contemporary (Billboard)[70] 19
US Adult Top 40 (Billboard)[71] 5
US Mainstream Top 40 (Billboard)[72][73] 2
Venezuela (Record Report)[74] 39

CertificationsEdit

Certifications for "Deja Vu"
Region Certification Certified units/sales
Australia (ARIA)[75] Platinum 70,000 
Canada (Music Canada)[76] 2× Platinum 160,000 
New Zealand (RMNZ)[77] Gold 15,000 
Poland (ZPAV)[78] Gold 25,000 
Portugal (AFP)[79] Platinum 10,000 
United Kingdom (BPI)[80] Gold 400,000 
United States (RIAA)[81] Platinum 1,000,000 

  Sales+streaming figures based on certification alone.

Release historyEdit

Release dates and formats for "Deja Vu"
Region Date Format Label Ref.
Various April 1, 2021 Geffen [7][82]
Australia April 2, 2021 Contemporary hit radio [83]
United States April 6, 2021 Interscope [84]
Italy April 23, 2021 Universal Music Italia [85]

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