Eilish Ends Decade with Grammy Surge


Kelsea Hagan, Reporter

Billie Eilish is wrapping her 2019 with a lot of success. As of December, 2019 Eilish, only 17, is Billboard’s woman of the year, has a $25 million price tag on a personal documentary with Apple TV+, was nominated with 6 Grammys and a No.1-debut album “When We All Fall Asleep, Where Do We Go?”

Eilish’s debut album “When we fall asleep where do we go?” was released on March 29, 2019 setting scores second biggest on Billboard 200 chart. She is the youngest female artist born in the 2000s since 2009 accomplish this. Billboards also recently announced Eilish as there “Woman of the Year”. 

For the 62nd annual Grammy Awards in early 2020 Eilish is nominated for 6 awards, including: Record of the YearBad Guy,” Album of the Year “When We Falls Asleep Where Do We Go?,” Song of the year “Bad Guy,” Best New Artist, Best Pop Solo Performance “Bad Guy,” Best Pop Vocal Album “When We All Fall Asleep Where Do We Go?” Eilish makes Grammy history with nominations in the top 4 categories. 

Eilish ends the year with a recent announcement that in 2020 a documentary will be released on Apple TV+ and Eilish is reportedly being paid $25million. This documentary has already been taped and directed by R.J. Cutler. This documentary reportedly has private moments of her and her family after the release of her debut album “When We Fall Asleep Where Do We Go?” 

Eilish has accomplished things that some artists never did throughout their whole career. There is no doubt that Eilish is on the path of success. 2019 has been the peak of her career so far and who knows what she will bring to 2020.