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Performed by Olivia Rodrigo. For Marching Band. Published by Alfred Publishing Llc. (Catalog # 49631) Olivia Rodrigo's recent number 1 pop-rock hit really shines in this great new arrangement of Good 4 U by Brian Scott.

The chart has incredible power and drive, and is perfect for the stands, auxiliary features or pep band. Good 4 U Olivia Rodrigo Veröffentlichung 14. Mai 2021 Länge 2:58 Genre(s) Pop-Rock Autor(en) Josh Farro, Daniel Nigro, Olivia Rodrigo, Hayley Williams Produzent(en) Daniel Nigro Label Geffen Records Album Sour Good 4 U (Eigenschreibweise: good 4 u) ist ein Lied der US-amerikanischen Sängerin Olivia Rodrigo. Das Lied erschien am 14. Mai 2021 als dritte Singleauskopplung ihres Debütalbums Sour und avancierte in mehreren Ländern zum Nummer-eins-Hit.

Inhaltsverzeichnis • 1 Hintergrund • 2 Komposition und Text • 3 Musikvideo • 4 Kommerzieller Erfolg • 4.1 Chartplatzierungen • 4.2 Auszeichnungen für Musikverkäufe • 5 Weblinks • 6 Einzelnachweise Hintergrund [ Bearbeiten - Quelltext bearbeiten ] Good 4 U ist nach Drivers License und Deja Vu die dritte Good 4 u von Rodrigos am 21.

Mai 2021 erschienenem Debütalbum Sour. Am 10. Mai gab Rodrigo via Instagram bekannt, die Single Good 4 U am 14. Mai vorab zu veröffentlichen und am 15. Mai bei Saturday Night Live zu singen. [1] Komposition und Text [ Bearbeiten - Quelltext bearbeiten ] Wie die ersten beiden Singles von Rodrigo wurde das Lied zusammen mit dem Musikproduzenten Daniel Nigro geschrieben und behandelt eine gescheiterte Liebesbeziehung. [2] [3] Der Übergang zum Refrain basiert good 4 u einem Sample von Paramores Misery Business, wodurch die beiden Autoren Josh Farro und Hayley Williams ebenfalls als Urheber aufgeführt werden.

[4] [5] Stilistisch hebt sich der schnelle Pop-Rock-Song Good 4 U allerdings deutlich von den anderen beiden, eher langsamen Liedern ab. Der Text richtet sich an einen Ex-Freund, der nach dem Ende der Beziehung schnell eine neue Partnerin gefunden hat, und ist voll von Sarkasmus, wie beispielsweise im Refrain („Well, good for you, you look happy and healthy“ / dt.: „Gut für dich, du siehst glücklich und gesund aus“).

[2] [3] Die Tonart ist A-Dur und das Tempo liegt bei 167 Schlägen pro Minute. [6] Der Stimmumfang von Rodrigo reicht in Good 4 U von A 3 bis E 5. [7] Musikvideo [ Bearbeiten - Quelltext bearbeiten ] Im Musikvideo zu Good 4 U spielt Rodrigo eine Cheerleaderin, die das Zimmer ihres Ex-Freundes zerstört und anzündet, um sich zu rächen.

Die Cheerleaderuniform, die Rodrigo trägt, ist identisch mit der Uniform der Antagonistin aus dem Film Plötzlich Prinzessin von 2001. Darüber hinaus enthält das Video mehrere andere Anspielungen, beispielsweise auf die Horrorfilme Audition und Jennifer’s Body. [8] [9] Regie führte Good 4 u Collins. [10] Kommerzieller Erfolg [ Bearbeiten - Quelltext bearbeiten ] Chartplatzierungen [ Bearbeiten - Quelltext bearbeiten ] Good 4 U stieg in Deutschland auf Rang 30 in die Singlecharts ein.

In der vierten Woche erreichte die Single die Spitze der Charts, an der sie sich zwei Wochen lang halten konnte. In Österreich debütierte das Lied auf Platz 11 und belegte in den folgenden vier Wochen den ersten Platz. In der Schweiz stieg Good 4 U auf Platz 24 in die Singlecharts ein und erreichte zwei Wochen später die Spitzenplatzierung, auf der das Lied drei Wochen lang zu finden war. Im Vereinigten Königreich belegte die Single fünf Wochen lang die Chartspitze, in den Vereinigten Staaten erreichte sie in good 4 u Debütwoche Platz eins.

Darüber hinaus konnte sich Good 4 U unter anderem auch in Australien, Belgien, Dänemark, Irland, Kanada, den Niederlanden, Neuseeland, Norwegen, Portugal und Singapur auf Platz eins der Singlecharts platzieren. [11] Gleichzeitig mit der Single Good 4 U erreichte Rodrigos Debütalbum Sour Rang eins der britischen Charts, womit ihr als jüngster Interpretin ein „chart double“ gelang.

[12] Laut Chris Molanphy von Slate ist Good 4 U der erste echte Rock-Titel an der Spitze der Billboard 100 seit mindestens 2012 ( We Are Young), abhängig davon, was man als Rock definiert. [2] Chartplatzierungen Charts Chart­plat­zie­rungen [11] Höchst­plat­zie­rung Wo­chen Deutschland (GfK) 1 (… Template:Chartplatzierungen/Wartung/vorläufig Wo.) … Template:Chartplatzierungen/Wartung/vorläufig Österreich (Ö3) 1 (… Template:Chartplatzierungen/Wartung/vorläufig Wo.) … Template:Chartplatzierungen/Wartung/vorläufig Schweiz (IFPI) 1 (… Template:Chartplatzierungen/Wartung/vorläufig Wo.) … Template:Chartplatzierungen/Wartung/vorläufig Vereinigtes Königreich (OCC) 1 (… Template:Chartplatzierungen/Wartung/vorläufig Wo.) … Template:Chartplatzierungen/Wartung/vorläufig Vereinigte Staaten (Billboard) 1 (… Template:Chartplatzierungen/Wartung/vorläufig Wo.) … Template:Chartplatzierungen/Wartung/vorläufig Jahrescharts Charts Jahres­charts (2021) [13] Platzie­rung Deutschland (GfK) 10 Österreich (Ö3) 4 Schweiz (IFPI) 14 Vereinigtes Königreich (OCC) 2 Vereinigte Staaten (Billboard) 5 Auszeichnungen für Musikverkäufe [ Bearbeiten - Quelltext bearbeiten ] Land/Region Aus­zeich­nung ­en für Mu­sik­ver­käu­fe (Land/Region, Auszeichnung, Verkäufe) [14] Ver­käu­fe Australien (ARIA) 5× Platin 350.000 Dänemark (IFPI) Platin 90.000 Deutschland (BVMI) Platin 400.000 Frankreich (SNEP) Platin 200.000 Griechenland (IFPI) Platin 20.000 Italien (FIMI) Platin 70.000 Kanada (MC) 7× Platin 560.000 Neuseeland (RMNZ) 3× Platin 90.000 Norwegen (IFPI) 2× Platin 120.000 Polen (ZPAV) Platin 50.000 Portugal (AFP) 2× Platin 20.000 Schweden (IFPI) 2× Platin 160.000 Spanien (Promusicae) Platin 40.000 Vereinigte Staaten (RIAA) 4× Platin 4.000.000 Vereinigtes Königreich (BPI) 2× Platin 1.200.000 Insgesamt 34× Platin 7.380.000 Weblinks [ Bearbeiten - Quelltext bearbeiten ] • Musikvideo zu „good 4 u“ auf YouTube Einzelnachweise [ Bearbeiten - Quelltext good 4 u ] • ↑ Heran Mamo: Olivia Rodrigo Announces She's Dropping Her Third Single & Will Perform It on ′SNL′.

In: Billboard. 10. Mai 2021, abgerufen am 16. August 2021 (englisch). • ↑ a b c Chris Molanphy: Why Olivia Rodrigo’s “Good 4 U” Is Rock’s First Hot 100 No. 1 in Years. In: Slate. 29. Mai 2021, abgerufen am 16. Good 4 u 2021 (englisch).

• ↑ a b Olivia Rodrigo ‘Good 4 U’ Lyrics Explained As She Channels A Bad Breakup auf capitalfm.com. 14. Mai 2021, abgerufen am 16. August 2021 (englisch). • ↑ Repertoiresuche. In: online.gema.de. Abgerufen am 3. April 2022. • ↑ Olivia Rodrigo’s ‘Good 4 U’ sample of Paramore’s ‘Misery Business’.

In: whosampled.com. Abgerufen am 3. April 2022 (englisch). • ↑ Key & BPM for good 4 u by Olivia Rodrigo auf tunebat.com. Abgerufen am 16. August 2021 (englisch). • ↑ good 4 u auf musicnotes.com. Abgerufen am 16. August 2021 (englisch). • ↑ Callie Ahlgrim: Olivia Rodrigo's 'Good 4 U' music video is full of hidden references — here's every detail you may have missed.

In: Insider. 14. Mai 2021, abgerufen am 16. August 2021 (englisch). • ↑ Merryana Salem: Olivia Rodrigo’s New Music Video Is Packed Full Of References To The Meanest Girls In Cinema auf junkee.com.

18. Mai 2021, abgerufen am 16. August 2021 (englisch). • ↑ Claire Shaffer: Olivia Rodrigo Shares Petra Collins-Directed ‘Good 4 U’ Video. In: Rolling Stone 14.

Mai 2021, abgerufen am 16. August 2021 (englisch). • ↑ a b Chartquellen: DE AT CH UK US AU BE DK IE CA NL NZ NO PT SG • ↑ Rob Copsey: Olivia Rodrigo becomes youngest solo artist ever to score Official UK Chart Double with Sour and Good 4 U auf officialcharts.com. 28. Mai 2021, abgerufen am 16. August 2021 (englisch). • ↑ Jahrescharts: DE AT CH UK US • ↑ Good 4 u für Musikverkäufe: AU DK GR IT CA NZ PL PT ES US UK Der Text ist unter der Lizenz „Creative Commons Attribution/Share Alike“ verfügbar; Informationen zu den Urhebern und zum Lizenzstatus eingebundener Mediendateien (etwa Bilder oder Videos) können im Regelfall durch Anklicken dieser abgerufen werden.

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• Rock • pop rock • pop-punk • teen pop • grunge • emo Length 2: 58 Label • Geffen • Interscope Songwriter(s) • Olivia Rodrigo • Dan Nigro • Hayley Williams [2] • Josh Farro [2] Producer(s) Dan Nigro Olivia Rodrigo singles chronology " Deja Vu" (2021) " Good 4 U" (2021) " Traitor" (2021) Music video "Good 4 U" on YouTube " Good 4 U" (stylized in all lowercase) is a song recorded by American singer-songwriter Olivia Rodrigo, released on May 14, 2021, through Geffen and Interscope Records, as the third single from Rodrigo's debut studio album, Sour (2021).

The song was announced on May 10 via Rodrigo's social media. It was written by Rodrigo and its producer Dan Nigro; Good 4 u Williams and Josh Farro were given co-writing credits due to inspiration from Paramore's " Misery Business" (2007). Musically, "Good 4 U" has been described as good 4 u upbeat song blending rock, pop, punk, grunge, emo, and alternative styles.

It consists of a staccato bassline, energetic electric guitars, and explosive drumming, with lyrics addressing a former lover who moved on very quickly after a breakup. The song received positive reviews from music critics, who praised the instrumentation reminiscent of the 1990s–2000s and Rodrigo's crisp songwriting.

The accompanying music video features Rodrigo as a cheerleader exacting revenge, visually alluding to the 1990s and 2000s' cult classic films Audition, The Princess Diaries, and Jennifer's Body. At the 64th Annual Grammy Awards, "Good 4 U" received a nomination for Best Music Video. The single reached number one in 23 countries including Australia, Germany, Canada, United Kingdom, Ireland, and the United States; it was the second chart-topping single from Sour in many of those countries, following Rodrigo's debut single " Drivers License" (2021).

"Good 4 U" peaked within the top 10 in more than 20 territories. It has received platinum or multi-platinum certifications globally. Contents • 1 Background and development • 2 Composition and lyrics • 3 Critical reception • 3.1 Rankings • 4 Accolades • 5 Good 4 u performance • 5.1 United States • 5.2 United Kingdom • 5.3 Other markets • 6 Impact • 7 Music video • 8 Live performances • 9 Track listing • 10 Credits and personnel • 10.1 Studio locations • 10.2 Personnel • 11 Charts • 11.1 Weekly charts • 11.2 Year-end charts • 12 Certifications • 13 Release history • 14 See also • 15 References • 16 External links Background and development [ edit ] Rodrigo announced her debut studio good 4 u Sour on April 1, 2021.

[3] "Good 4 U" placed sixth on the track listing. [4] On May 10, Rodrigo announced via her social media accounts that "Good 4 U" would become the third single from Sour on May 14, following " Drivers License" and " Deja Vu". Alongside the announcement, she also revealed the song's cover artwork. [5] [6] Rodrigo had previously teased the song in a promotional image for "Deja Vu". [7] In her August 2021 Variety cover story, Rodrigo stated she came up with the song's hook in the shower.

She added she did not want the entirety of Sour to be "sad piano songs", but also did not want to write a happy, "I'm in love" pop song, because "that was so far from how [she] was truly feeling at the time". Rodrigo concluded that "Good 4 U" was "really satisfying" due to its upbeat energy and danceability good 4 u sacrificing honesty and authenticity in her lyrics.

[8] Composition and lyrics [ edit ] Hayley Williams ( pictured left) and Josh Farro (right) of American rock band Paramore are credited as co-writers on "Good 4 U". "Good 4 U" is an electro-tinged [9] rock, [10] pop-punk, [11] pop rock, [12] grunge, [13] teen pop, [14] and an emo [15] song with alternative influences. [16] Its instrumentation is driven by a set of 1990s-inspired electric guitars and bass. [16] Its verses follow a rhythm typical of R&B. [17] The song was written by Rodrigo and Daniel Nigro, and produced by Nigro and Alexander 23.

[16] In August 2021, Paramore members Hayley Williams and Josh Farro received writing credits, as the chorus was inspired by Paramore's 2007 song " Misery Business".

[2] Good 4 u proved to be controversial as many disputed the plagiarism claim, citing them as being two completely different songs with some similarities. [18] [19] [20] Rodrigo later responded, discussing her feelings about Williams and Farro being added as co-writers on "Good 4 U": "I think it's disappointing to see people take things out of context and discredit any young woman's work. But at the end of the day, I'm just really proud and happy to say that my job is being a songwriter.

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All music is inspired by each other. Obviously, I write all of my lyrics from my heart and my life first. I came up with the lyrics and the melody for 'Good 4 U' one morning in the shower. What's so beautiful about music is that it can be so inspired by music that's come out in the past. Every single artist is inspired by artists who have come before them. It's sort of a fun, beautiful sharing process. Nothing in music is ever new. There's four chords in every song.

That's the fun part — trying to make that your own." [21] A 30-second audio sample of the song. Problems playing this file? See media help. The song begins with an "uncluttered five-note" [10] staccato bass line and Rodrigo's vocals delivered in a soft tone, which is then joined by good 4 u energetic guitar, using a chorus effect, before dropping into the drums-driven chorus.

The second verse returns to the original bass line with added "lilting" drum beats and backup harmonies, and slowly ascends to Rodrigo's "near-shout" vocal delivery.

[16] In "Good 4 U," Rodrigo confronts her ex who has moved on very quickly from the relationship with her, using plentiful sarcastic remarks and singing, "Well, good for you / You look happy and healthy, not me / If you ever cared to ask / Good for you / You're doin' great out there without me, baby / God, I wish that I could do that / I've lost my mind, I've spent the night / Cryin' on the floor of good 4 u bathroom / But you're so unaffected, I really don't get it / But I guess good for you." It marks a departure from Rodrigo's preceding singles, "Drivers License" and "Deja Vu", which presented a melancholic and slower emotion.

[22] Critical reception [ edit ] good 4 u 4 U" received positive reviews from music critics. [10] People 's Tomás Mier has described the song as a "heartbreak track filled with an angsty pop-rock sound." [23] Rob Sheffield of Rolling Stone lauded Rodrigo's musical versatility, and noted influences from Taylor Swift in "Good 4 U". [14] Variety critic Ellise Shaffer dubbed the song a "nostalgic heartbreak anthem" evoking a "fluttering, cathartic feeling reminiscent of late '90s Hole or early Paramore, but with a poppier flair".

[16] Teen Vogue 's Claire Dodson said that "Good 4 U" gives "pure 2000s pop-punk" aside Rodrigo's " knockout songwriting". Dodson found Rodrigo's voice versatile, easily moving between styles similar to Swift's vocals in " We Are Never Ever Getting Back Together" (2012), and that of Alanis Morissette and Hayley Williams, to become "something original". [24] Sydney Bucksbaum, writing for Entertainment Weekly, called the single a "pop-punk breakup anthem" and an "immediate banger", underlining the song's similarities to Paramore's " Misery Business" (2007).

[25] In agreement, Halle Kiefer of Vulture also named the song an "angry track" evocative of "Misery Business" in "the best possible way". [26] In a critique of its genre, Slate 's Chris Molanphy said "Good 4 U" is a "snarling rock number" inspired by the 2000s, adding that it "not really rock-slash-anything.

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It isn't alt-rock crossed with SoundCloud rap like the recent chart-topper ' Mood' by 24kGoldn and Iann Dior, isn't guitar-based trap-pop à la Post Malone, isn't indie-rock with bedroom-pop hooks à la Taylor Swift's recent creations." [10] Rankings [ edit ] Critical rankings for "Good 4 U" Publication Accolade Rank Ref. NPR The 100 Best Songs of 2021 9 [27] Genius Good 4 u 50 Best Songs of 2021 3 [28] Accolades [ edit ] Awards and nominations for "Good 4 U" Year Organization Award Result Ref(s) 2021 Nickelodeon Mexico Kids' Choice Awards Global Hit Nominated [29] 2021 Meus Prêmios Nick Challenge Hits of the Year Nominated [30] Video of the Year Nominated 2021 MTV Video Music Awards Best Pop Nominated [31] Song of Summer Nominated [32] 2021 MTV Millennial Awards Brazil Global Hit Nominated [33] 2021 People's Choice Awards Song of the Year Nominated [34] Music Video of the Year Nominated 2022 Grammy Awards Best Music Video Nominated [35] [36] 2022 NME Awards Best Song in the World Nominated [37] 2021 NRJ Music Awards International Song of the Year Nominated [38] 2022 Brit Awards Best International Song Won [39] 2022 iHeartRadio Music Awards TikTok Bop of the Year Won [40] Commercial performance [ edit ] United States [ edit ] In the United States, "Good 4 U" debuted atop the Billboard Hot 100, giving Rodrigo her second number-one song in the country, following her eight-week good 4 u " Drivers License".

Sour became the first debut album in history to have two of its songs debut at number one on the Hot 100, as well as the third album by a female artist to spawn two number-one debuts on the Hot 100. "Good 4 U" was also the third consecutive single from the album to debut in the top 10 of the chart.

The song drew 43.2 million U.S. streams and sold 12,000 downloads in its first week of release. The track debuted atop the Streaming Songs chart as Rodrigo's second leader and ruling for seven consecutive weeks, after "Drivers License" ruled for four weeks, and started at number five on the Billboard Digital Songs chart.

[41] "Good 4 U" dropped to number two in its second week and held that rank for eleven non-consecutive weeks, becoming the first song since Whitney Houston's " Exhale (Shoop Shoop)" (1995–96) to spend eleven weeks at number two on the Hot 100.

[42] United Kingdom [ edit ] In the United Kingdom, "Good 4 U" was also a commercial success. The song accumulated over 1 million streams in its first three days in the United Kingdom.

[43] The song debuted at number two on the UK Singles Chart, marking Rodrigo's second top-10 song and third top-20 song in the country. In its second week, the song topped the chart, becoming Rodrigo's second number-one single after "Drivers License". [44] "Good 4 U" became one of the biggest chart-topping singles in the UK good 4 u 2021, gathering more than 117,000 units sold in its second week, including 13.5 million streams, to reach number one.

[45] It topped the charts for five consecutive weeks, in the fourth of which it became the first rock song to reach such a feat since Evanescence's " Bring Me to Life" (2003).

[46] In its seventh week, the song was dethroned by Ed Sheeran's " Bad Habits" dropping down to number 2 on the UK Singles Chart. [47] After ten weeks within the top ten on the UK Charts, "Good 4 U" dropped out of the top ten charting at number 12. [48] "Good 4 U" spent a total of 25 weeks inside the UK Top 40 in 2021. [49] At the end of the year, it was reported that "Good 4 U" had been streamed a total of 167 million times in the UK as well as being the second biggest song in the UK in 2021 by selling 1,390,000 copies.

[50] Other markets [ edit ] Elsewhere, In Ireland "Good 4 U" scored Rodrigo's second number-one song on the Official Irish Singles Chart, following "Drivers License". With this, all singles from Sour had entered the top 10 of the chart. [51] The song spent five consecutive weeks at number one in Ireland.

[52] "Good 4 U" further topped the singles chart in New Zealand [53] and Singapore. In Australia, "Good 4 U" debuted at number two on the ARIA Singles Chart, after which it rose to number one upon the impact of Sour. [54] "Good 4 U" spent six consecutive weeks at number one in Australia. [55] Impact [ edit ] British rock magazine Kerrang!

stated that "Good 4 U" leads the commercial comeback of rock music in 2020–2021, noting how it is the first rock record good 4 u Evanescence's 2003 single " Bring Me to Life" to spend four or more weeks atop the UK Singles chart, alongside chart success of other rock-adjacent artists, such as Willow Smith, Machine Gun Kelly, Måneskin, and Miley Cyrus.

[15] Slate admired Rodrigo's versatility and proclaimed that she "might be the dying genre's best hope", pinpointing that "Good 4 U" is the "most up-the-middle rock song to top good 4 u [U.S.] Hot 100 in a decade or more".

[10] Music video [ edit ] A still of Rodrigo standing in a room that she set on fire, from the music video for "Good 4 U". An accompanying music video directed by Petra Collins was released alongside the song on May 14, 2021. [56] The music video references horror films such as Audition (1999) and Jennifer's Body (2009). Rodrigo was styled by vlogger Devon Carlson for the video.

In the video, Rodrigo appears in a variety of looks, including a cheerleading uniform seen in 2001 coming-of-age film The Princess Diaries (also seen in the cover artwork). [57] She plays the role of a high schooler out for revenge, [58] destroying her ex-boyfriend's bedroom and lighting his belongings on fire.

[22] Insider critic Callie Ahlgrim opined that the fire was a reference to Swift's music video for " Picture to Burn" (2008), which also follows a similar revengeful concept. [59] As of May 2022, the song has 365 million views on YouTube. Live performances [ edit ] Rodrigo performed "Good 4 U" for the first time on May 15, 2021, along with "Drivers License", on Saturday Night Live.

[60] [61] On September 12, Rodrigo performed the song at the 2021 MTV Video Music Awards. [62] An orchestral-arranged version of the song was performed by Rodrigo on her documentary film Driving Home 2 U: A Sour Film, released on March 25, 2022 for Disney+. Track listing [ edit ] "Singles 4 U" vinyl single [63] • "Good 4 U" • "Enough for You" (piano version) Credits and personnel [ edit ] Credits adapted from the liner notes of Sour.

[1] Studio locations [ edit ] • Recorded at Amusement Studios (Los Angeles) • Mixed at Good 4 u Studios (Los Angeles) • Mastered at Sterling Sound (New York) Personnel [ edit ] • Olivia Rodrigo – songwriting, vocals, backing vocals • Dan Nigro – songwriting, production, recording, acoustic guitar, electric guitar, bass, drum programming, synthesizer, backing vocals • Alexander 23 – co-production, electric guitar, bass, drum programming, backing vocals • Josh Farro – songwriting • Hayley Williams – songwriting • Ryan Linvill – assistant engineering • Mitch McCarthy – mixing • Randy Merrill – mastering Charts [ edit ] Weekly charts [ edit ] Chart performance for "Good 4 U" Chart (2021–2022) Peak position Argentina ( Argentina Hot 100) [64] 27 Australia ( ARIA) [65] 1 Austria ( Ö3 Austria Top 40) [66] 1 Belgium ( Ultratop 50 Flanders) [67] 1 Belgium ( Ultratop 50 Wallonia) [68] 19 Bolivia ( Monitor Latino) [69] 18 Brazil ( UBC) [70] 6 Canada ( Canadian Hot 100) [71] 1 Colombia ( Promúsica) [72] 15 Croatia ( HRT) [73] 15 Czech Republic ( Rádio – Top 100) [74] 9 Czech Republic ( Singles Digitál Top 100) [75] 1 Denmark ( Tracklisten) [76] 1 Finland ( Suomen virallinen lista) [77] 3 France ( SNEP) [78] 21 Germany ( Official German Charts) [79] 1 Global 200 ( Billboard) [80] 1 Greece ( IFPI) [81] 3 Hungary ( Rádiós Top 40) [82] 2 Hungary ( Single Top 40) [83] 12 Hungary ( Stream Top 40) [84] 1 Iceland ( Plötutíðindi) [85] 3 India ( IMI) [86] 5 Ireland ( IRMA) [87] 1 Italy ( FIMI) [88] 29 Japan Hot Overseas ( Billboard) [89] 1 Latvia ( EHR) [90] 1 Lebanon ( OLT20) [91] 5 Lithuania ( AGATA) [92] 7 Malaysia ( RIM) [93] 2 Mexico ( Top 20 Anglo) [94] 1 Netherlands ( Dutch Top 40) [95] 1 Netherlands ( Single Top 100) [96] 1 New Zealand ( Recorded Music NZ) [53] 1 Norway ( VG-lista) [97] 1 Panama ( Monitor Latino) [98] 18 Portugal ( AFP) [99] 1 Romania ( Airplay good 4 u [100] 78 Singapore ( RIAS) [101] 1 Slovakia ( Rádio Top 100) [102] 20 Slovakia ( Singles Digitál Top 100) [103] 1 South Africa ( RISA) [104] 1 South Korea ( Gaon) [105] 196 Spain ( PROMUSICAE) [106] 13 Sweden ( Sverigetopplistan) [107] 2 Switzerland ( Schweizer Hitparade) [108] 1 UK Singles ( OCC) [109] 1 US Billboard Hot 100 [41] 1 US Adult Contemporary ( Billboard) [110] 12 US Adult Top 40 ( Billboard) [111] 1 US Mainstream Top 40 ( Billboard) [112] 1 Venezuela ( Record Report) [113] 42 Year-end charts [ edit ] Year-end chart performance for "Good 4 U" Chart (2021) Position Australia (ARIA) [114] 6 Austria (Ö3 Austria Top 40) [115] 4 Belgium (Ultratop Flanders) [116] 4 Belgium (Ultratop Wallonia) [117] 69 Bolivia (Monitor Latino) [118] 83 Canada (Canadian Hot 100) [119] 8 Denmark (Tracklisten) [120] 16 France (SNEP) [121] 92 Germany (Official German Charts) [122] 10 Global 200 ( Billboard) [123] 9 Hungary (Rádiós Top 40) [124] 50 Hungary (Single Top 40) [125] 68 Hungary (Stream Top 40) [126] 10 Ireland (IRMA) [127] 3 Netherlands (Dutch Top 40) [128] 21 Netherlands (Single Top 100) [129] 8 New Zealand (Recorded Music NZ) [130] 7 Norway (VG-lista) [131] 7 Puerto Rico (Monitor Latino) [132] 82 Spain (PROMUSICAE) [133] 82 Sweden (Sverigetopplistan) [134] 12 Switzerland good 4 u Hitparade) [135] 14 UK Singles (OCC) [136] 2 US Billboard Hot 100 [137] 5 US Adult Contemporary ( Billboard) [138] 32 US Adult Top 40 ( Billboard) [139] 10 US Mainstream Top 40 ( Billboard) [140] 6 Certifications [ edit ] Certifications for "Good 4 U" Region Certification Certified units/sales Australia ( ARIA) [141] 5× Platinum 350,000 Canada ( Music Canada) [142] 7× Platinum 560,000 Denmark ( IFPI Danmark) [143] Platinum 90,000 France ( SNEP) [144] Platinum 200,000 Germany ( BVMI) [145] Platinum 400,000 Italy ( FIMI) [146] Platinum 70,000 New Zealand ( RMNZ) [147] 3× Platinum good 4 u Norway ( IFPI Norway) [148] 2× Platinum 120,000 Poland ( ZPAV) [149] Platinum 50,000 Portugal ( AFP) [150] 3× Platinum 30,000 Spain ( PROMUSICAE) [151] Platinum 40,000 United Kingdom ( BPI) [152] 2× Platinum 1,200,000 United States ( RIAA) [153] 4× Platinum 4,000,000 Streaming Central America ( CFC) [154] Gold 3,500,000 Greece ( IFPI Greece) [155] Platinum 2,000,000 Sweden ( GLF) [156] 2× Platinum 16,000,000 Sales+streaming figures based on certification alone.

Streaming-only figures based on certification alone. Release history [ edit ] Release dates and formats for "Good 4 U" Region Date Format(s) Label(s) Ref. Various May 14, 2021 good 4 u ^ a b Sour (liner notes). Olivia Rodrigo. Geffen Records. 2021. p. 13. 00602438077441. {{ cite AV media notes}}: CS1 maint: others in cite AV media (notes) ( link) • ^ a b c White, Jack (August 25, 2021). "Paramore's Hayley Williams given writing credit on Olivia Rodrigo's Number 1 single Good 4 U".

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