Billie Eilish has released two singles, “TV” and “The 30th,” her first new songs since the release of her second album Happier Than Ever around this time last year. They’re both on a new collection that’s labeled Guitar Songs on streaming services. She debuted “TV” live last month and has been playing it since then, but “The 30th” is brand new.
“FINNEAS and I really wanted these to be yours as soon as possible. So here they are!!” Eilish said in a statement. “Performing ‘TV’ on tour was such a highlight for us too, so we took the audio from the first night we played it in Manchester and put it in the song. I get shivers every time I hear it. Hope you love the songs and thank you for letting us share our music with you.”
Billie has reimagined the iconic Nike Air Force 1, alongside a new apparel collection featuring a hoodie, t-shirt, and sweatpants. The new shoe and related apparel will launch April 24th on Billie’s Store and April 25th on the Nike SNKRS app.
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Kanye West has demanded an apology from Billie Eilish after reports that the singer made a dig at Travis Scott during her recent concert.
Eilish stopped in the middle of her performance at State Farm Arena in Atlanta last week after she noticed a fan having difficulty breathing.
After the incident had been seen to, she told the crowd: “I wait for people to be OK until I keep going.”
Many interpreted Eilish’s comment as a put-down of Scott, who continued to perform at his Astroworld concert in November while people in the crowd were being crushed.
In an interview a month after the tragedy, Scott claimed he wasn’t aware people were seriously injured and had died until after his performance was over.
Sharing a news report about Eilish “dissing” Scott, West (who has legally changed his name to Ye) wrote in capital letters on Instagram: “Come on Billie we love you please apologise to Trav and to the families of the people who lost their lives no one intended this to happen Trav didn’t have any idea of what was happening when he was on stage and was very hurt by what happened and yes Trav will be with me at Coachella but now I need Billie to apologise before I perform.”
The Independent has contacted Eilish’s representatives for comment.
West’s new post came just hours after he issued a plea to God about Kim Kardashian, who filed for divorce from the rapper in 2021 after seven years of marriage.
Since their breakup, the pair have been embroiled in a public war of words, with West claiming Kardashian is keeping their kids from seeing him.
Billie Eilish had a moment during her Atlanta concert Saturday night that has gone viral for all the right reasons.
The Grammy winner was performing at State Farm Arena on her Happier Than Ever world tour when she stopped her concert to help out a fan in the crowd. “You need an inhaler?” Eilish is seen asking a young woman.
The moment was caught on camera by numerous concertgoers and posted to social media. In the video clips, Eilish turns to security and asks them to locate an inhaler.
A few moments go by while personnel check on the girl. Meanwhile, Eilish addressed the thousands of fans in the arena by saying, “It’s OK … give her some time. Don’t crowd.”
As for the girl, she appeared to be fine after the scare and stayed in the audience.
Grammy-winning singer Billie Eilish has spoken about an addiction to watching pornography, starting at age 11, and how it gave her nightmares and messed her up when she started dating.
Eilish was speaking on “The Howard Stern Show” on Sirius XM radio on Monday.
“I think porn is a disgrace. I used to watch a lot of porn, to be honest. I started watching porn when I was, like, 11,” the “Bad Guy” singer said, saying it helped her feel as if she were cool and “one of the guys.”
“I think it really destroyed my brain and I feel incredibly devastated that I was exposed to so much porn,” she added, saying she suffered nightmares because some of the content she watched was so violent and abusive.
Eilish, who was homeschooled in Los Angeles and has seven Grammy Awards, is known for her often dark lyrics.
In the ballad “Male Fantasy” on her second album “Happier Than Ever,” she sings about being home alone and distracting herself with pornography as she recalls a broken relationship.
Eilish said she is now angry at herself for thinking it was acceptable to watch porn.
“The first few times I, you know, had sex, I was not saying no to things that were not good. It was because I thought that’s what I was supposed to be attracted to,” she said.
Eilish, who started her career wearing baggy clothes to prevent people from commenting on her body, became the youngest person in history to win all four of the top Grammy Awards in the same year when she took home the statuettes for new artist, album, record and song of the year in 2020 at age 18.
The singer said her fame had made it hard to date. “It’s really hard to meet people when, you know, people are either terrified of you or think you’re out of their league,” Eilish told Stern.
The singer also revealed that she had a bad case of Covid-19 over the summer, which might have killed her had she not been vaccinated.
She told Stern that she tested positive in August and was sick for almost two months.
“I didn’t die and I wasn’t going to die but that doesn’t take away from how miserable I was. I mean it was terrible,” she said.
Things could have been much worse, however, if she had not been vaccinated. She said: “I want it to be clear that it’s because of the vaccine that I’m fine. I think if I weren’t vaccinated I would have like died because it was bad.”