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It’s Billie’s world, and we’re just living in it. When looking at the scope of Billie’s career, it might be easier to ask what she hasn’t already done.
On Monday, November 25th, Billie Eilish was named Billboard’s 2019 (youngest EVER) Woman of the Year. This title came just after Billie stole the show at the 2019 American Music Awards, where she was named New Artist of the Year and Favorite Alternative Rock Artist. Not bad, right?
On top of accepting two of the night’s most prominent awards, Billie gave a fiery (literally) performance of her song ‘all good girls go to hell‘.
Billie also took on the role of a presenter when she introduced one of her most influential bands, Green Day, for their anticipated performance.
With all the buzz surrounding the upcoming GRAMMYs, it’s no surprise that Billie remains at the forefront of the conversation, landing nominations in the following categories:
– Album of the Year
– Record of the Year
– Song of the Year
– Best New Artist
– Best Pop Album
– Best Pop Solo Performance
Billie made music history (once again) as the youngest artist to EVER have been nominated for all four major categories at the GRAMMYs – bolded above.
Check out her reaction to making GRAMMYs history:
Adding on to her list of achievements, Billie Eilish was featured on TIME’s 100 Next list – a list often looked at as a barometer of influence across all major industries and has won over 25 music awards in 2019.
These milestones are the product of Billie’s hard work and the commercial success of her first studio album, WHEN WE ALL FALL ASLEEP, WHERE DO WE GO? – which debuted at No.1 on the Billboard 200, making her the first artist born in this century to have a No.1 album.
If the abundance of facts so far weren’t impressive enough, she is also the first solo woman to have four different top 10 hits on the alternative songs airplay chart.
As for right now, Billie is enjoying the rest of her 2019 before she sets out on a 2020 arena world tour in March. The Where Do We Go? World Tour consists of over 42 shows in Europe, North America, and Latin America. Billie will grace each tour stop with her impeccable talent and climate change initiatives while continuing to acquire the industry recognition she deserves.
2020, Billie Eilish is coming for you.