Billie Eilish is a singer-songwriter from Los Angeles, California, who was born on December 18, 2001. She is Finneas O’Connell’s sister and the child of Maggie Baird and Patrick O’Connell.

Eilish originally came to public attention in 2015 after posting the song “Ocean Eyes” to SoundCloud. Her brother, Finneas, wrote and produced the song, which Interscope Records later made public. Together with her sibling, Eilish collaborates on music and live shows.

1. Bad Guy

According to Eilish, “Bad Guy” basically mocks people who have to pretend to have a certain persona when that isn’t the truth, according to an interview. The song was created by Finneas and his sister at their childhood home.

Lil Nas X and Billy Ray Cyrus’ “Old Town Road’s” 19-week record-breaking streak was broken by “Bad Guy” after its 2019 release. The song was certified by both the Australian Recording Industry Association and the Recording Industry Association of America. In addition, it received two Grammy Awards, two Telehit Awards, one MTV Video Music Award, and one iHeartRadio Music Award.

2. Ocean Eyes

I will undoubtedly have “Ocean Eyes” played at my wedding if a man ever asks me to marry him. The melody of Eilish’s breakout song is very serene and sweet.

“Ocean Eyes” was initially written by Finneas O’Connell for The Slightlys, a band from his hometown. However, he eventually handed it to his sister since he thought it would sound wonderful in her voice. The duo recorded the jam and published it to SoundCloud in 2015, where it quickly gained popularity and was shared widely. The single was also featured on the music discovery website Hillydilly, which enhanced the amount of listeners.

The Recording Industry Association of America, IFPI Denmark, Music Canada, the Australian Recording Industry Association, and a few more organisations have awarded “Ocean Eyes” their platinum certification.

3 Watch

One of my all-time favourite Billie Eilish songs is “Watch.” It’s a terrific song to give to someone you adored but they didn’t return the love because of the melody, lyrics, and engaging video. In the video, the singer is seen destroying the remnants of an unhealthy partnership.

The 2017 pop ballad platinum certifications were given by the Australian Recording Industry Association, Music Canada, and the Recording Industry Association of America..