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Billie Eilish

  1. remixes
    Billie Eilish and Justin Bieber Remixed ‘Bad Guy’ for You Just Can’t Enough GuysOh no, if your girlfriend was mad before …
  2. old town road
    How Long Will ‘Old Town Road’ Stay at No. 1?So far the Lil Nas X disruptor has denied Taylor Swift, Drake, and Ed Sheeran a No. 1 hit. Here’s how it might be stopped.
  3. slave 4 likes
    Britney Spears’s Instagram Is the Purest Place on the InternetShe’s back and stronger than yesterday.
  4. superfans
    Watch Rainn Wilson Put Billie Eilish’s Office Knowledge to the TestOkay, this girl’s good.
  5. coachella 2019
    The Highs, Lows, and Whoas of Coachella 2019Weekend one belonged to the one, the only, Lizzo.
  6. coachella 2019
    Billie Eilish Goes on a Real Journey Trying to Remember Her LyricsHer Coachella crowd didn’t seem to mind.
  7. backstories
    Inside the Making of Billie Eilish’s When We All Fall Asleep, Where Do We Go?From the Invisalign bit to recording in bedrooms to stressing over climate change, her older brother and producer Finneas O’Connell breaks it down.
  8. that's how you do the scarn
    Steve Carell Had to Personally Approve of Billie Eilish’s Office Sample“My Strange Addiction” is essentially an ode to “Threat Level Midnight.”
  9. and that's how you do the scarn
    A Brief History of Billie Eilish’s Extremely Gen-Z Addiction to The OfficeShe samples the episode “Threat Level Midnight” on her debut album, and her addiction to the show only goes deeper.
  10. album review
    Billie Eilish Is the FutureThe teen’s debut album is a quiet revolution.
  11. my single is dropping
    Listen to Billie Eilish’s Scary-Whispery Debut AlbumWhen We All Fall Asleep, Where Do We Go? dropped at midnight.
  12. spring preview
    Spring Music Preview: Rihanna, Tame Impala, & More Albums We Can’t Wait to HearRihanna is (maybe, hopefully, please!) coming.
  13. songs of the week
    5 Best New Songs of the Week: The 1975, A$AP Rocky & Tyler the Creator, AnittaThe 1975’s Matty Healy once again proves why he’s one of the last of a dying breed of rock star.