As Pop phenoms go, few can rival the dizzying heights of success attained by Billie Eilish.
Who remarkably is still only 16.
Her achievements include bagging all four of the major categories at the 2020 GRAMMYs and delivering one of the best selling albums in recent times with debut album ‘When We All Fall Asleep, Where Do We Go?’
Now, as she struts on her journey, she lands a-front of the latest issue of Vanity Fair.
Beyond posing it up in the Quil Lemons shoot, Eilish opened up about her forthcoming Apple TV+ documentary ‘The World’s a Little Blurry’, Donald Trump, and her hotly anticipated sophomore LP.
Check out pics and quotes below…
On Her Unique Upbringing & Being Famous Young:
“I don’t know what things cost because I’ve never been an adult before,” she says. “And, you know, I grew up with no money.” Then she crash-landed into the adult world as a multiplatinum artist selling out arena tours. When We All Fall Asleep, Where Do We Go? sold 3.9 million units. (Her team says reports that she personally took in $25 million for the Apple TV+ documentary are false.) “It’s a really weird position I’m in. I feel kind of stupid because I’m like, I don’t know how much Froot Loops are. I tried to order one box of Froot Loops and I was like, Oh yeah, sure. It’s $35. I didn’t know that that’s expensive.” She raises her eyebrows. “I ordered 70 boxes.” (The little ones, but still.)
“I was very proud of myself. Tons of my friends texted me and they were like, I’m so proud of you! Trump is afraid of you! I was like, Damn right.”
“That was a huge part of my life. And nobody knew it. It was this main thing that was taking control of my life.”
Excerpt From Brother Finneas On Sophomore Album:
He says that the new album, which he calls “a continuation of Billie’s life story,” has grown with her. “Even just little moments of variety, like on ‘No Time to Die,’ she has a big belt moment that a couple of years younger Billie might not have had the training or the stamina to do.” On songs like “Ocean Eyes,” spanning two octaves and arranged for a 13-year-old’s fluty vocal cords, Eilish’s voice now often dissolves into a haunting whisper in that highest register; everywhere else is richer, fuller.