The highly resonant American songstress who swept the 62nd Grammy Awards (2019) with her five wins out of six nominations.
December 18, 2001
Los Angeles, California, United States
Billie Eilish came to prominence with her 2019 hit tracks ‘bad guy’ and ‘everything i wanted’. Usually clad in her signature oversized clothes and chains with dyed hair, the ‘reigning queen of electropop’ shared that she dresses that way ‘in order to avoid being sexualized.’
She made history in the 62nd Grammy Awards by winning the Record, Song, and Album of the Year Awards for ‘bad guy’ (2019) and ‘When We All Fall Asleep, Where Do We Go?’ (2019) respectively as well as Best New Artist and Best Pop Vocal Album. Her song titles are mostly written in lower case.
Unknown to many, Pirate and Eilish are her birth middle names, in which the latter is the Irish form of Elizabeth.
She was raised a vegetarian. She occasionally promotes Veganism on her social media channels. She is also known for being outspoken with her experience with depression, Tourette syndrome, and synesthesia, where she sees music as colors.