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Joshua Bassett’s music seems to respond to Olivia Rodrigo’s Sour


Now it’s time to Joshua Bassett share their side of the story through song.

The Lycée Musical: The Musical: The Series The actor released three singles: “Crisis”, “Secret” and “Set Me Free” on December 3. trauma in the early stages of healing. “

“As stated in ‘Set Me Free’, ‘It’s been a hell of a year,'” Bassett said in the statement. “Although this has been by far one of the most difficult times of my life, it ultimately led to immense growth.” He added, “I’ve been up, down, and everywhere in between. Each of these songs identifies a different point in time, in my treatment.”

Although Bassett didn’t go into specifics, he has made headlines this year thanks to his widely-spread and oft-discussed love triangle with Olivia rodrigo and Sabrina Charpentier. Speculation was fueled by a slew of social media posts and the release of Rodrigo’s single “Driver’s License”. Maybe you’ve heard of it? In the song, the 18-year-old artist refers to a breakup. While Rodrigo never explicitly confirmed who she sings on on the track, many fans speculated she was referring to Bassett. Theories continued to spread after Rodrigo released the rest of his Grammy-nominated album Sour.

Although, according to Bassett, she let her words do the talking, the 20-year-old singer recently said GQ that she “hasn’t spoken to me since I got her” Driving License “.

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