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Billie Eilish Pirate Baird O’Connell (/ˈaɪlɪʃ/; was born on December 18. 2001) is an American singer and songwriter. In 2016, she released her debut …

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Billie Eilish Biography

Billie Eilish is an American singer, who is best known for her successful appearance single in the  ‘Ocean Eyes”.

She was heading to make a career in performing arts. She joined a choir at the age of 8years,  and at 11 years old, she had started writing and singing her own songs.

  Finneas O’Connell(Her elder brother),  was the greatest impression in her life while she was growing up.

Her brother had his own band and had written a song titled (Ocean Eyes) The young singer performed the song and released it online.

It became a significant success. This turned out to be her first extensive invention. In 2017, her brother helped her record “the single ‘Bellyache”.’

With the success of the song, the star released her presentation EP, “Don’t Smile at Me” in 2017 August. The song appeared on several American and international music charts. In October of the same year,  ‘Apple’ named her their newest ‘Up Next’ artist”

Billie Eilish Birthday | Billie Eilish Age

Billie Eilish is one of the music industry’s rising stars – with her debut album predicted to be one of the biggest of 2019. She was born on 18th December 2001 in Los Angeles, CA. Thus Billie is 18 years old, as for 2018.

Billie Eilish Height

Billie Eilish stands at a height of  5feet and  3 inches tall.

Billie Eilish Family

She was raised together with his elder brother Finneas O’Connell. By their parents, Maggie Baird(songs writer) and Patrick O’Connell (played instruments) both were popular figures in the American entertainment industry.

Billie Eilish Dating | Billie Eilish Married

B had Bhabie And Billie Eilish Are Not Dating
According to her ‘s representative, she and Danielle Bregoli are not dating. she has also addressed the rumors through social media, posting a photo of herself along with the caption, “ I’m not dating Danielle Y’all stupid that’s my baby sister.”

Billie Eilish Net Worth

Most of Eilish wealth comes from her music career, unsurprisingly. Her debut single “Ocean Eyes” went viral soon after it was released in 2015.

Her net worth is estimated to be between($5- $6) million dollars as of 2019, and she is still making more money as she continues to perform.

Billie Eilish Career

She began her singing career after joining the Los Angeles Children’s Chorus. She was just eight years old when she pursued her dream.

She wrote her first lyrics when she was eleven. Then, she signed a contract with Interscope Records. Her Ocean Eyes single hit 11 million dollars views record and Bellyache went up to 19 million views.

Billie Eilish earns in good sum from her professional singing and dancing career. From her two successful singles, “Ocean Eyes and Bellyache” she has made a fair amount of income. Not only that, but she also earns from concerts.

She has also worked on music for TV shows and movies. Most notably, she collaborated with Khalid on the song “Lovely,” for the second season of 13 Reasons Why.

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My strange addiction (Lyrics)

Billie Eilish recent played songs on 2018 in BBC

  • Bad guy
  • Bury a friend
  • wish you were gay
  • When The Party’s Over
    All the good girls go to hell

Billie Eilish’s 2019 album be release

Her’s 2019 album “WHEN WE FALL ASLEEP, WHERE DO WE GO” will be released on 29th March 2019.

Billie Eilish Tourettes

Eilish Reveals She Has Tourette Syndrome After Compilation of Her Tics Emerges Online

The 18 years old singer confirmed that she has Tourette Syndrome and that she was diagnosed with the disorder when she was a child.

Took to Instagram to set the record straight after compilation videos of her tics began to surface online. Tourette Syndrome is a neurological disorder that causes a person to have involuntary physical or verbal tics. In her’s case, she exhibits physical tics, not verbal.

“I’ve never mentioned”my Tourette Syndrome” on the internet because nobody thinks I’m deadass,” Eilish wrote on her Instagram story. “As well as the fact I’ve just never wanted people to think of tourettes every time they think of me.”

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Billie Eilish Ocean Eyes

In the year 2015 October, she recorded the song called(Ocean Eyes) which was written by Finneas (her brother) for his band and sent it to her dance teacher who helped to choreograph a dance to it. “Ocean Eyes” was released asher’s debut single on SoundCloud in( 2016).

A music video was released on March 24, 2016, and a video of herself performing a dance to the song which was released on November 22/11/ 2016. on the same year, she released the single “Six Feet Under.

” and “Ocean Eyes” was re-released globally through Darkroom and Interscope Records on 18/11/2016 to mainly positive critical reviews.

“The song is pure pop; a ballad about longing for reconciliation with an ex. I can imagine it becoming a major hit,” said Chris DeVille of Stereogum. On 14thg January 2017, she released an EP with four remixes of “Ocean Eyes”.

Billie Eilish Crown

“You Should See Me in a Crown” is a song by American singer and songwriter Billie Eilish. The song was released on 18th July 2018, through Darkroom and Interscope Records. It was written by the lead artist and her brother Finneas O’Connell, who also produced the track.

It received positive reviews from music critics and charted in several countries including the United States, Australia, and Canada, being certified Gold in the latter. It serves as the lead single for her’s debut album “When We All Fall Asleep, Where Do We Go?”.

Billie Eilish History

A Brief History of Billie Eilish’s Extremely Gen-Z Addiction to The Office

It has become perhaps the defining postmillennial rite of passage to binge the entirety of The Office on Netflix as fast as humanly possible, then binge it all over and over and over again, then quote and meme it as if to create an alternate internet world where the show is still going.

Now, the teens’ newest queen, 17-year-old SoundCloud-born genius Billie Eilish, has immortalized the show by using it in one of her own songs. Her debut album, When We All Fall Asleep, Where Do We Go?, samples an episode of The Office on its ninth track, “My Strange Addiction.”

“No Billie, I haven’t done that dance since my wife died,” Michael Scott says. The song is a Gen-Z’er’s fever dream, strategically placed in the middle of a dark, depressing album. It’s also only just the latest stage in her brief, but already-spiraling addiction to The Office. Allow us to explain.

She’s watched every episode of The Office, 12 times over.

Eilish’s relationship with the Dunder Mifflin sitcom is a long and personal one, or as long as such a relationship can be for someone who was born four years before the show debuted in 2005, anyway.

In a recent interview, Eilish says watching The Office is “like therapy,” and she has to watch the show when she does anything: “When I wake up, I put on The Office.

If I’m making a burrito, I turn on The Office.” The addiction is so serious, she claims to have watched every episode of every season, 12 times over.

“Every time I finish it, I start it immediately right after and start from the beginning again. I have, like, episodes memorized and stuff. It’s my therapy, bro. It’s like my little escape,” she emphasized in another interview.

“As stupid as that sounds, that show has gotten me through my whole life.”

She even has a personal Instagram dedication from Angela Kinsey.

On When We Fall Asleep’s release day, Angela Kinsey, who of course played The Office’s Angela Martin, posted a photo of her with Eilish (from a random airport encounter) to celebrate the album: “We met at the San Francisco airport a while back and I’m a dinosaur so I had no idea how talented you are!! I have loved catching up with you on Instagram.”

The actress continued, “Your #theoffice Mom is over here rooting for you! Way to go!”

She sampled The Office on her new album.

In “My Strange Addiction,” the Office episode sampled is season seven’s “Threat Level Midnight.” It features Michael Scott and the show’s cast watching his long-gestating action film of the same name, that had also long been teased throughout the series. (In the film, Scott forces everyone to do the iconic Scarn dance).

Dialogue from The Office characters reacting to Scott’s film is threaded within the song, including that of John Krasinski’s Jim Halpert, and Mindy Kaling’s Kelly Kapoor.

At the end of Eilish’s song, Scott asks Amy Ryan’s Holly Flax, “Did you like it? Did you like that?” How, exactly, does any of that relate to Eilish’s song, you ask? It doesn’t — not directly, at least.

As Eilish explained in a recent interview, “My Strange Addiction” is less about the specific episode and more her general dependency on the show overall.

“You know, the song is called ‘My Strange Addiction,’ and it’s about having somebody be your addiction and feeling like you’re suffocating because you want somebody so bad that it’s like a sickness,” she says. “And, for real, it’s just mainly because my strange addiction is The Office.”

And, as you might expect, Eilish wanted to use the show in the song so badly that she was willing to risk getting sued. She further explained her dicey methods for obtaining the sample in an MTV interview:

“When we made the beat for ‘my strange addiction,’ it reminded me of the song they play when they do the Scarn dance.

I thought that was really funny, so we literally just ripped the audio from Netflix and put it in the song, not at all thinking that they would say yes to it and we’d be able to put it out. Also, it’s about strange addictions, and The Office is mine, so.”

Billie Eilish Lovely

“Lovely” is her song together with her brother for the official soundtrack of the second season of 13 Reasons Why. The song was released on 19th April 2018, through Darkroom and Interscope Records. It was written by the lead artists and Eilish’s brother Finneas O’Connell, who also produced the track.

The song reached the top five in Australia and New Zealand and was certified Platinum in several countries such as the United States and Canada.

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Dave Grohl compares Billie Eilish to Morrissey while discussing her music with Josh Homme

Dave Grohl and Josh Homme have spoken of their shared love for Billie Eilish, with the former comparing the singer to Morrissey.

The Foo Fighters frontman revealed he was a fan of the ‘Bad Guy’ pop star earlier this year after his daughter began listening to her music. “Are you kidding?” Eilish said in response, explaining that she grew up on Grohl’s work.

Appearing on Josh Homme’s Alligator Hour radio show, the musician has now compared Eilish’s fanbase to that of the former Smiths singer – explaining how seeing her live for the first time “felt like you were a part of something that was just about to explode”.

“It’s the connection she has with her audience – she’s like Morrissey,” said Grohl. “It’s like the kids who are there at the show, and not just kids, the people that are there are just like they are so into the scene like that world.”

Homme, who said he listened to the singer on the recommendation of Grohl, agreed with the praise. “Yeah, something is starting,” he said of Eilish’s impact.

Elsewhere, the Foos man described the star’s 2017 song ‘idontwannabeyouanymore’ as “so beautiful” and “heavy”.

Dave Grohl previously compared Billie Eilish to his former band Nirvana, describing her connection with the crowd as “authentic” and “rock n roll”.

“When I look at someone like Billie Eilish, I’m like…shit man….rock n roll is not even close to being dead,” he said.

Meanwhile, Billie Eilish has said that she doesn’t want to be labelled the new “face of pop”. “The weird thing about humans is we”think we” have to label everything, but we don’t,” she explained.

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Billie Eilish’s When We All Fall Asleep, Where Do We Go? Debuts at No. 1

She has earned her first No. 1 album on the Billboard 200 albums chart with When We All Fall Asleep, Where Do We Go? The full-length debut from the songwriter amassed 313,000 album-equivalent units in the week ending on April 4, according to Billboard and Nielsen Music. Of that total, 170,000 represent traditional album sales.

This marks the second-biggest opening week of 2019 so far, following Ariana Grande’s fifth studio album Thank U, Next, which moved 360,000 album-equivalent units in the week following its February 8 release.

As Billboard also points out, the album has also earned the distinction of the second-biggest sales week of 2019, selling 170,000 copies of the album in either physical or digital download formats.

In terms of sales, the album follows the Backstreet Boys’ DNA, which sold 227,000 copies in its first week. Both albums bundled concert tickets with album sales, a tactic used by others like Taylor Swift, Katy Perry, Travis Scott, Metallica, The Chainsmokers, and more to boost their position on the charts.

Her song was released last week. In the buildup to the album, Eilish released a music video for her song “bury a friend,” with another video for the song “bad guy” released the day of the album.

She also performed “when the party’s over” on Ellen, and broke down her single “bury a friend” for the New York Times’ “Diary of a Song” video series.

Billie Eilish’s ‘When We All Fall Asleep…’ Heading for No. 1 Debut on Billboard 200 Chart

Billie Eilish is heading for a No. 1 debut on next week’s Billboard 200 albums chart, according to industry forecasters.

Those in the know suggest the singer-songwriter’s new album, When We All Fall Asleep, Where Do We Go?, should open atop the tally with over 250,000 equivalent album units earned in the U.S. in the week ending April 4. If the set opens as expected, it will garner Eilish her first No. 1 and log the second-biggest week for any album in 2019.

The year’s biggest week currently belongs to the debut frame of Ariana Grande’s Thank U, Next, which launched with 360,000 units earned, according to Nielsen Music.

A Pop Star Is Born: Billie Eilish Arrives With a Beautifully Flawed Debut Album

The Billboard 200 chart ranks the most popular albums of the week based on multi-metric consumption, which includes traditional album sales, track equivalent albums (TEA) and streaming equivalent albums (SEA).

The top 10 of the April 13-dated Billboard 200 chart — where When We All Fall Asleep could debut at Number one. Is scheduled to be revealed on Billboard’s websites on Sunday, 7th.

When We All Fall Asleep, Where Do We Go? was issued on March 29 via Darkroom/Interscope Records. It’s Eilish’s second release, following Don’t Smile At Me, which peaked at No. 14 on the Jan. 26-dated chart.

The set has earned 922,000 equivalent album units in the U.S., according to Nielsen Music. The album’s songs have generated a combined total of 1.15 billion on-demand audio streams.  Update by Keith Caulfield on 31st March 2019. 

 Billie Eilish: When We All Fall Asleep, Where Do We Go? review – thrilling Gen Z terror-pop

Old people (in this case, anyone over about 23) may be quick to cite Billie Eilish’s obvious influences as evidence of the 17-year-old’s unoriginality: Lana Del Rey’s broken balladry, Lorde’s hip-hop-adjacent pop minimalism, and witch house’s lo-fi spookiness all seethe through her debut.

Eilish doesn’t hide the fact that she is a product of online adolescence, steeped in a pop cultural morass with no beginning or end. But what she does with those influences is unique.

Like a horror auteur, Eilish uses intimacy to amplify scares. She sings in a discomfitingly close gasp, like an ASMR actor having a panic attack.

Her well-turned melodies often unfold like haunted music box ditties or ghostly show tunes, and suddenly snatch away to expose an annihilating lyric: “The way I’m drinking you down / Like I wanna drown /As I wanna end me,” she admits, coolly, on standout Bury a Friend.

Her eerie softness contrasts with her brother Finneas’s compellingly nasty production, laced with menacing bass (Bad Guy) chilling foley (the scraped swords that open You Should See Me in a Crown) and unsettling textural detonations that match anything produced by PC Music.

The highs are thrilling, and despite their obvious pedigree, arranged unlike anything else in contemporary pop. They also reveal the lows more starkly: the saccharine, coyly suggestive 8, played on a ukulele, and I Love You, which sounds suspiciously like Hallelujah, are better off left to YouTube ingenues than an artist of Eilish’s otherwise clear vision.

Billie Eilish Knows What You’re Afraid Of

Billie Eilish prides herself on being intimidating.

“I think I have a vibe that makes you not even want to ask me anything,” she says with a laugh. “You don’t want to say no to me.”

And so far, that vibe is working. At just 17, the LA-raised singer-songwriter makes music that is both haunting and oddly inviting. Her angsty, platinum-selling singles house dark electropop and her viral music videos toe the line between lurid and alluring.

Born Billie Eilish Pirate Baird O’Connell to a family of entertainers, Eilish has spent her entire life singing, dancing and writing music.

She was 13 when she jump-started her music career by uploading “Ocean Eyes,” a soul-stirring track produced by Finneas O’Connell, her older brother, onto SoundCloud. The pair wrote and produced the song right in O’Connell’s bedroom and shortly after it went online, “Ocean Eyes” gained millions of plays.

Since then, Eilish has signed a record deal and released her debut EP, 2017’s don’t smile at me, all while maintaining the same formula of making music at home with her brother.

Two years later, Eilish is continuing to create a sound that defies category but dominates the charts with her debut album, When We All Fall Asleep, Where Do We Go?, due out on March 29.

They joined NPR’s Michel Martin to discuss the album, their dedication to staying original, the inspiration behind Eilish’s shocking music videos and more.

 

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BILLIE EILISH DEFENDED BY FANS AFTER SEXUALLY OBJECTIFYING COMMENTS FROM TROLLS

“It’s the connection she has with her audience – she’s like Morrissey,” said Grohl. “It’s like the kids who are there at the show, and not just kids, the people that are there are just like they are so into the scene like that world.”

Homme, who said he listened to the singer on the recommendation of Grohl, agreed with the praise. “Yeah, something is starting,” he said of Eilish’s impact.

Elsewhere, the Foos man described the star’s 2017 song ‘idontwannabeyouanymore’ as “so beautiful” and “heavy”.

Dave Grohl previously compared Billie Eilish to his former band Nirvana, describing her connection with the crowd as “authentic” and “rock n roll”.

“When I look at someone like Billie Eilish, I’m like…shit man….rock n roll is not even close to being dead,” he said.

Meanwhile, Billie Eilish has said that she doesn’t want to be labeled the new “face of pop”. “The weird thing about humans is we [think we] have to label everything, but we don’t,” she explained.

In light of the objectifying comments, fans of the Eilish swiftly came to the singer’s defence with many pointing out that the she is just 17 years old.

“Billie Eilish is 17 years old, legally an underage. Legally, you can get charged for sexualising a teenager,” one person tweeted.

Another added: “Just saw a tweet sexualising Billie Eilish… SHE IS 17 LEAVE HER THE F*** ALONE.”

A third person agreed, writing: “Billie Eilish is a MINOR. 17. Y’all are creepy ass weirdos and need to stop.”

reason Eilish typically chooses to wear loose-fitted clothing.

“This is the exact reason she doesn’t wear tight clothes and always wears baggy tracksuits or whatever. Have some f***ing respect,” one person wrote on Twitter.

Another added: “Dude, that’s gross. she literally has been hiding her body to avoid comments like that.”

A third person wrote: “This is exactly why she wears clothes that cover her entirely. Not just her but so many women out there. Delete this, you’re sick.”

In May, Eilish explained the reason she wears baggy clothes during a campaign shoot for luxury fashion brand Calvin Klein.

In the 30-second video, the singer said: “I never want the world to know everything about me. I mean, that’s why I wear big, baggy clothes.

“Nobody can have an opinion because they haven’t seen what’s underneath, you know?

“Nobody can be like, ‘Oh, she’s slim-thick, she’s not slim-thick, she’s got a flat ass, she’s got a fat ass.’ No one can say any of that, because they don’t know.”

The “When the Party’s Over” singer has previously spoken about the idea of stardom, referring to fame as “horrible”.

“It’s worth it because it lets me play shows and meet people, but fame itself is f***ing dreadful,” she told Marie Claire.

Eilish has also shared her views on the recent abortion bills in the US, saying they make her “red” with anger.

“I have no words for the b*****s in the f***ing White House,” the 17-year-old told Variety.

“It’s so unbelievable. It makes me, like, red. It makes my ears f***ing steam out of my head.”

The singer added that women “should say, should do and feel and be exactly what they want”.

“There should be nobody else telling them how to live their life, how to do s**t,” Elish stated.

“It just makes me so mad that if I start talking about it, I won’t stop.

“Men should not make women’s choices – that’s all I have to say.”

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