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Apple Music celebrated their recently awarded 'Artist of the Year', Billie Eilish, with a spectacular performance by the global phenomenon at the Steve Jobs Theater.

There hasn’t been a trajectory into superstardom such as the one Billie Eilish is on. Recently awarded with Apple Music’s top honour of ‘Artist of the Year’ at the inaugural Apple Music Awards, where else is there for Billie to go? The stars?

 

Billie Eilish is nothing short of a global phenomenon. Her signature and raw relatability helped turn her full-length debut album “WHEN WE ALL FALL ASLEEP, WHERE DO WE GO?,” co-written and produced by her brother, songwriting prodigy FINNEAS, into an instant worldwide sensation, and the most played album on Apple Music this year.

 

In 2o19, Billie Eilish had an enormous year selling out her upcoming 2020 WHERE DO WE GO? world arena tour, playing “Saturday Night Live”, multiple festivals including Coachella and Glastonbury, and becoming a global style icon — which were all “huge moments … that are going to be historic in your life,” she says. “So 2019 has been one big birthday present.”

 

The exploding star took the stage of the Steve Jobs Theater to perform her already canonised body of work off of the critically acclaimed “WHEN WE ALL FALL ASLEEP, WHERE DO WE GO?”. The vulnerability and sheer power that Billie exudes is something usually seen in folklore. There’s truly no other artist like Billie right now.

 

Additionally, Billie’s “WHEN WE ALL FALL ASLEEP, WHERE DO WE GO?” will be awarded Apple Music’s ‘Album of the Year’ as the most-streamed album of 2019 with more than a billion streams on Apple Music.

 

Catch our highlights below of the enigmatic Billie Eilish performing at the Steve Jobs Theater, and be prepared for even more Billie world domination.

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