"Dumb Love Song"
"Dan Nigro's Dumb Love Song"
"Joshua Bassett's dumper"
"Dumped by Ex for another woman"
"Fall in Love with another girl"
"Gingham Dress Song"
|Lead musician (s)||Olivia Rodrigo|
|Released||August 10, 2021|
|Sister song (s)||Unreleased sisters:Happier|
Rival sisters:Driver's License
Enough for You
|Time||3:49 (229 seconds)|
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Traitor is a Officially fifth track of Olivia Rodrigo, it is the second track of her Sour album preceding by now defunct song Brutal and succeeded by her best song and 2nd Most unrecognized song Driver's License, this is Dan Nigro's second song as mastermind with Rodrigo after Driver's License.
Being sounds similar to her sister song Happier.
Her Track 2 appeared Nine times in Week 103, making Traitor's the best week for Rodrigo, but her Fellow nuisance sister Happier finally won on Track 8's 34th start formed an Investigation for eponymous songs for Tracks Two and Eight, unlike Happier both not released any song cover or Music videos or Olivia's outfits only Brutal had a music video.
But a week later from starting 9th on the grid, Traitor storm to her first career victory,
"Enough for You"
|Olivia Rodrigo songs||Succeeded by|
| Dan Nigro
songs as Mastermind
(Track One, Returned)
Track Two, Active
(Track Three, Active)
|Current lead songs||3-Driver's License (Dan Nigro, 451/134) · 5-Deja vu (Herself, 339/49) · 2-Traitor (Dan Nigro, 43) · 8-Happier (Herself, 35/1) · 1-Brutal (Dan Nigro, 7)|
|Former lead songs||7-Enough for You (Herself, 12) · 10-Favorite Crime(Herself, 6) · 0-All I Want (Unknown, 4) · 4-1 Step Forward, 3 Steps Back (Taylor Swift, 4) · 9-Jealousy, Jealousy (Dan Nigro, 3) · 11-Hope Ur OK (Herself, 2)|
|Skipped songs||6-Good 4 U (Dan Nigro, Winner of the Melodifestivalen Philippines 2021)|