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When We All Fall Asleep, Where Do We Go?

When We All Fall Asleep, Where Do We Go? is the debut studio album by American singer-songwriter Billie Eilish. It was released on March 29, 2019, by Darkroom and Interscope Records. Eilish co-wrote most of the record alongside her brother Finneas O’Connell, who handled its production.

Track listing
1.“!!!!!!!” 0:14
2.“Bad Guy” 3:14
3.“Xanny” 4:04
4.“You Should See Me in a Crown” 3:01
5.“All the Good Girls Go to Hell” 2:49
6.“Wish You Were Gay” 3:42
7.“When the Party’s Over” (F. O’Connell) 3:16
8.“8” 2:53
9.“My Strange Addiction” (F. O’Connell) 3:00
10.“Bury a Friend” 3:13
11.“Ilomilo” 2:36
12.“Listen Before I Go” 4:03
13.“I Love You” 4:52
14.“Goodbye”

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Billie Eilish doesn’t want you to know whether or not she’s “slim thick.

I never want the world to know everything about me,” Eilish shares in the new #MyCalvin’s campaign titled “I Speak My Truth.” “I mean, that’s why I wear big baggy clothes. Nobody can have an opinion because they haven’t seen what’s underneath.

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Eilish is just one of the many stars to be a part of Calvin Klein’s new “I Speak My Truth” campaign. Launching today, May 9, the singer joins Alabama-born rapper Chika Oranika—who’s 2018 freestyle about Kanye West went viral and transformed her into a star—Noah Centineo, and Shawn Mendes, who debuted his shirt-less #MyCalvins underwear ad earlier this year, quenching the thirst of his die-hard fans’—and J. Lo’s (A-Rod chimed in, too), and mine, if we’re being quite honest.

As described by the brand, the new I Speak My Truth campaign “presents today’s most influential voices telling their own stories, in their own words – and invites others around the world to do the same.” In a series of videos directed by Jonas Lindstroem, each star in the campaign shares their personal truths through cheeky and emotional videos, including one where the internet’s usual goofy heartthrob, Noah Centineo, embraces his scars.

Starting today, Calvin Klein will roll out the campaign videos across their social platforms and encourage fans to speak their truth by using the hashtag #MyCalvins. Phase two of CK’s I Speak My Truth campaign will feature videos from A$AP Rocky, Bella Hadid, ELLE’s first transgender cover star Indya Moore, Kendall Jenner, Brockhampton’s Kevin Abstract, Troye Sivan, and Korean actor Yoo Ah-In.

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That dude freaked the fuck out of me

Billie Eilish has admitted that she was “terrified” of Eminem while growing up.

The 17-year-old singer was speaking to Noisey when she explained how the rap icon used to be the stuff of nightmares for her.

When asked to choose her favourite rapper between Eminem and Childish Gambino, she admitted: ” I have to say Childish Gambino, one billion percent.

I was scared of Eminem my whole life,” she continued. “Terrified. That dude freaked the fuck out of me. Oh my god. But you know, Childish Gambino created me dude. I don’t even know, that’s crazy, that’s a god you can’t even put him in a list of other people.

The same question was then posed for Biggie and Tupac, with the ‘When The Party’s Over’ singer opting for the former.

Honestly Biggie. I feel like Tupac’s vibe is cooler. Biggie’s voice just feels like a big heavy warm blanket on you, which is probably what it feels like if he laid on top of you.”

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DAILYMAIL: Her debut album ‘When We All Fall Asleep, Where Do We Go?’ has stormed to the top of the charts in 15 countries.
But on Thursday, Billie Eilish revealed to The Project the surprising reason she still records her music in her brother’s bedroom.
Currently on her Australian tour, Billie appeared humble as she said the arrangement was ‘working for them’ creativity.

‘It’s working for us, why change that?’ Billie said, when asked by co-host Waleed Aly why she hasn’t moved her creative process to a professional studio.

Billie’s brother Finneas O’Connell is also a music producer, with the siblings working on a number of songs together.

‘If it’s not broken, why fix it? Coz there’s nothing to fix. You know. We started making music in his room which is nine feet wide in both directions.’

‘It’s worked, and it’s been working. So why not do that. It’s raw and it’s real that we are both completely proud of. That we love.’

The Ocean Eyes singer went on to speak about how fame has affected her, saying she wishes that it had a ‘pause’ button.

Speaking of her newfound fame, she said: ‘I don’t think I would change anything. I just wish their was a way to press a button and it would stop.’

She continued: ‘But then you could press the same button and it would come back, you know. I never want it to go away. I don’t want to change anything.’

She finished: ‘I just want to pause.’

A global sensation, Billie has managed to hit more than one billion streams on Spotify and is regarded as an up-and-coming superstar.

It comes after Billie had a ‘groping’ incident during her Australian tour, following a meet and greet at Sydney’s Hordern Pavilion on Tuesday night.

The teenage sensation took to Instagram to express her discomfort and discuss boundaries after one fan accidentally touched her without consent.

‘Please don’t grap my boobs. [I] keep playing this s*** cool but it is very much not (sic),’ wrote Billie on Wednesday morning, in a now deleted post.

Billie continued: ‘I think what happened last night was just an accident so I acted like I didn’t notice cuz I didn’t wanna make her feel bad if she didn’t mean to do it. But if that s*** was [for real] I’m gone.’

‘Please don’t harass the girl. It was just an accident and not that big a deal. She was very very sweet,’ added Billie.

‘I was just saying in general about certain things that I don’t feel comfortable with. It’s not a big deal.’

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She was recently named the first artist born in the 2000s to land a No. 1 album.

And Billie Eilish received a special welcome in New Zealand on Tuesday, after touching down at Auckland Airport ahead of her concert at Spark Arena.

Having stepped off a long-haul flight from Los Angeles, the 17-year-old songstress was treated to a traditional welcome by the Hātea Kapa Haka group, who performed a Māori language version of her song When the Party’s Over.

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SMH: Next week, she’ll play sold-out gigs at the Hordern Pavilion and Margaret Court Arena, her much hyped debut album When We All Fall Asleep, Where Do We Go? having spawned critical praise, hit singles and chart-topping stints across the US, UK, Australia and much of the globe.

At 17, she’s the first person born after 2000 to have a #1 album. Still a minor, she’s already a pop icon, both musically and aesthetically, representing the cultural reins-handing from millennials to Generation Z.

“I can’t make music thinking about that,” says Eilish, from an Adelaide hotel room. “I don’t give a f— about the numbers… It’s like, that’s sick. But I’m not going to count on all that to make me feel like I’m the artist I want to be, you know what I’m saying?”

That Eilish has caught such fire, and sent the music industry spinning, is at once obvious and boggling. Her music has a classic pop streak filtered through commiserant imagery and a generation’s scorn at genre divides. If early Britney Spears went goth, or had grown up in the era of trap, the result might’ve been Billie Eilish.

But besides her affinity for black-bleeding eyeballs, she’s also funny, self-assured, refreshingly playful. Her album opens with Eilish spitting out her Invisalign; other tracks sample quips from US sitcom The Office; hit single Bad Guy hinges on a glorious “duh”. Among her 20 million Instagram followers, those giddy personality quirks are as much part of Eilish’s appeal as her music. But lately, she’s feeling the scrutiny.

“The internet is so, so touchy, that honestly, the internet does not deserve my funny f—ing ass. They don’t,” she laughs. “They don’t deserve me being hilarious, because they just don’t understand it.

“I don’t really share anything on the internet anymore. I don’t really post about anything I think or feel or whatever… It’s proven to me every time I give in and say one thing; it’s like, see okay, this is why I don’t say anything. I just don’t do it anymore.”

It’s sad, I suggest, having to distance herself from such an important sphere of expression, one that’s second-nature to her generation and that all but created her career.

“Yeah, I guess. Internet is crazy as f—, though,” she says. “I’d rather just not get f—ing shitted on by the internet than keep my jokes to myself.”

Her demanding new schedule, with its extensive touring, is grind enough, it seems.

“Touring has only recently started to be fun, and by recently I mean, like, this week,” she chuckles. “The shows are incredible, which is why it’s worth everything that’s lame about it… It’s almost become a task more than the therapeutic thing it used to be. But, I mean, it’s okay to let that happen; it’s my job now.”

For her current trip, at least, she’s joined by her entire family. Her brother Finneas, her co-writer and producer, plays in the band; her dad Patrick, now that they have a touring budget, helps the roadies build the set; her mum Maggie acts as guardian and “my assistant, almost”.

“My whole family’s on the road, minus my dog and my cat,” she says. The Partridge Family endures. And what about schooling?

“Nah, f— that. No way,” she says. “I grew up home-schooled so I never was doing schooling anyway.”

There’s a tradition of teen pop stars awkwardly navigating early fame and cosmic success. Justin Bieber went notoriously wild, Harry Styles released his adult album. What will Eilish’s eventual rebellion look like?

“I just hope I don’t break down in front of the whole world,” she says. “It’s really hard not to. I have, I just haven’t done it publicly yet. I’m just trying to deal with everything. I’m actually in a place right now where I’m really happy, feeling pretty healthy about everything. I’m doing just fine.”

Billie Eilish performs in Sydney on Tuesday April 30 and Wednesday May 1, and Melbourne on Friday May 3.

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At this present moment, South Korean boyband BTS and 17-year-old pop wunderkind Billie Eilish are arguably the two biggest names in music. And if the former gets their way, a collaboration between the two acts could be coming soon.

On the heels of their new album, Map of the Soul: Persona, which featured collaborations with Halsey and Ed Sheeran, BTS were asked which others artists they’d like to work with. Speaking with Beats 1 Radio, Jungkook specifically named Eilish as an artist the group is hoping to collaborate. BTS went on to laud Eilish’s debut album, WHEN WE ALL FALL ASLEEP, WHERE DO WE GO?, saying “Everyone should hear it.”

Of course, it’ll likely be some time before we hear any new music from BTS, as the group is set to embark on their massive stadium tour early next month. Meanwhile, Eilish is riding high off of her Coachella debut and has her own tour scheduledfor the coming months.

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