Billie Eilish shared a clip from Billie Eilish her cover of Rob Dickinson’s “The End of the World” which she performed live on Radio 1 Piano Sessions for Phil Taggart’s Chillest Show earlier this month. She uploaded the clip on Instagram and shared it with her more than 23 million followers and the song went viral. Billie Eilish has become one of the fastest musical success stories and according to Billboard, is one of the top five streaming artists of 2019.
According to Billboard, Billie Eilish has earned $1.89 billion in total revenue streams to date. The site reported on her success as follows.
“Billie mania hit fever pitch this March, when the 17-year-old dropped her Billboard 200-topping debut, When We All Fall Asleep, Where Do We Go? The LP scored the second-biggest sales week of 2019 for any album in terms of total units, as well as the third-largest streaming week ever for an album by a woman. A month later, she made her Coachella debut, and she will kick off the North American leg of her world tour on May 29.”
Billie Eilish kicks off her tour in San Francisco, California on May 29, 2019.
You can see the clip Billie Eilish shared in the video player below.
As many celebrities are speaking out about mental health and encouraging their fans not to fear seeking treatment if needed, Billie Eilish recently shared a mental health public service announcement that has gone viral.
Much of Billie’s music is deep, dark, and speaks to those who may not feel they fit in perfectly in the world. This may prove to give Billie’s message more impact as she may reach people who truly need to hear the message that it is okay to take care of your mental health.
Billie Eilish stated the following in her public service announcement.
“I think when people hear, ‘Remember to take care of your mental health,’ they think that everyone else is, and that is not at all accurate. You know, for me I’m trying to learn still to make sure that I stay OK. It doesn’t make you weak to ask for help. It doesn’t,” she adds. “It doesn’t make you weak to ask for a friend to go to a therapist. It shouldn’t make you feel weak to ask anyone for help. And you should be able to ask anyone for help, everyone has to help someone if they need it. You know, starting that conversation, you don’t have to make it super serious right away, you know, you say, ‘How are you feeling? Like, are you OK?'”Advertisement
What do you think of Billie Eilish’s cover of “End of the World”? Do you agree with her stance on mental health?