Billie Eilish is relatively new to the music scene but has quickly established herself as one of the most famous pop stars in the world.
Raised in Los Angeles, Eilish was homeschooled with her brother and they both learning the basics of songwriting from their mother at a young age.
She was discovered shortly after recording Bright Eyes at just 14 years old and has since experienced a meteoric rise to fame, working in collaboration with huge brands like Apple Music, Spotify and Chanel.
Her debut studio album was released in March 2019 and was one of the biggest hits of the year, producing six hugely popular singles including Bad Guy which has over 750 million views on YouTube.
Was Ed Sheeran going to write the No Time To Die theme song?
In August 2019, rumours were swirling that chart-topping artist Ed Sheeran was in talks to write the theme for No Time To Die, but it now appears this was some way from becoming reality.
Sheeran’s manager revealed to Music Week that he had met with Bond film producer Barbara Broccoli in 2017, when director Danny Boyle (Slumdog Millionaire) was set to helm the then-untitled Bond 25.
Ultimately, Boyle dropped out and was replaced by True Detective‘s Cary Joji Fukunaga who reportedly reworked No Time To Die from the ground up.
Who are the other James Bond theme singers?
Recording a James Bond theme is a prestigious honour that has attracted some high calibre talent.
Since Daniel Craig began in the role, the challenge has been taken on by Soundgarden’s Chris Cornell (You Know My Name), Alicia Keys and Jack White (Another Way to Die), Adele (Skyfall) and most recently Sam Smith (Writing’s on the Wall) in 2015’s Spectre.
Previous iterations have hired a wide range of iconic musicians including Shirley Bassey, Tom Jones, Louis Armstrong, Paul McCartney and Tina Turner.
No Time To Die lands in UK cinemas on 3rd April 2020