Olivia Rodrigo's “Sour” Becomes the Most Streamed Album by a Female Artist in Spotify History

The pop star released her 11-track debut in 2021

<p>Kevin Mazur/Getty </p> Olivia Rodrigo performs onstage during the

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Olivia Rodrigo performs onstage during the 'GUTS' World Tour at Madison Square Garden in April 2024 in New York City

Good 4 Olivia Rodrigo!

On Thursday, May 16, the pop star’s debut album Sour — which she released in 2021 — became the most streamed album by a female artist in Spotify history.

According to a press release, Sour "earned the most U.S. audio streams for a female debut album ever and broke the record for the most-streamed album in a week by a female artist on Spotify."

The album also entered the Billboard 200 at No. 1 and became "the longest-running debut album in the chart’s top 10 of the 21st century."

A rep for Rodrigo confirmed to PEOPLE that the record has earned more than 21 million consumption units worldwide.

Related: Olivia Rodrigo Announces Her Debut Album 'Sour' Will Be Out Next Month

At the time of its release, the “Get Him Back” singer, 21, said the 11-track LP was completely "personal and close to my heart."

"Every song is so personal and close to my heart. getting to share them with people is the most special thing I've ever done in my life," Rodrigo wrote on Instagram, sharing photos from behind the scenes of the project. "Thank u to everyone who made this album happen."

"Lastly thank you to Dan Nigro for making this entire body of work with me in his garage lol," Rodrigo added. "His undeniable talent and undying belief in me has forever changed me as an artist and a person."

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<p>Rebecca Sapp/Getty</p> Olivia Rodrigo attends The Drop: Olivia Rodrigo at The GRAMMY Museum in October 2023

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Olivia Rodrigo attends The Drop: Olivia Rodrigo at The GRAMMY Museum in October 2023

Related: Olivia Rodrigo Has 'Grown Out' of Certain Sour Album Tracks: 'Some of Them I Don't Really Love So Much Anymore'

The “Deja Vu” performer released her sophomore album GUTS in September 2023

"Writing the first album, it just felt so spontaneous. I was 17 years old just pouring my heart out. This time I was in a different place and I was having a lot of pressure and a lot of expectations placed on me. I really had to try to block out the noise and just focus on the craft of songwriting," Rodrigo told Apple Music 1 of making the album.

She added: "A lot of this album is about the confusion that comes with becoming a young adult and figuring out your place in this world. Figuring out who you want to be and who you want to hang out with and all of that stuff.”

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