The singer from California was awarded for the song Drivers License.

Olivia Rodrigo, an 18-year-old singer from California, was awarded the MTV Video Music Awards (MTV VMA) in the category “Song of the Year” for the song Drivers License. The ceremony is broadcast live on MTV.

“This is the most magical year of my life,” she said after the award ceremony and dedicated her victory to “all the girls who compose songs on the bedroom floor.” The winner in the nomination was announced by the singer Madonna.

The duo of Michael Ian Olmo (iann dior) and Golden Landis von Jones (24kGoldn) with the song Mood, the rap duo Silk Sonic with the song Leave The Door Open, the South Korean K-pop group BTS with the song Dynamite, pop singer Dua Lipa and her composition Levitating, as well as Megan Thee Stallion and Belkalis Marlenis Almanzar competed for the award with Rodrigo, known as Cardi B, with the song WAP.