Internationally acclaimed, Grammy Award-winning artists Billie Eilish [Darkroom/Interscope Records] and Rosalía (Columbia Records) have joined forces for “Lo Vas A Olvidar” – listen HERE.
The alluring new collaboration is out now across all platforms worldwide and previewed earlier this week on the official trailer for HBO’s hit show “Euphoria” and its upcoming special episode, “Part 2: Jules,” which premieres Jan. 24. The official music video was directed by award-winning Nabil, and stars both Eilish and Rosalía.
Watch the official music video for “Lo Vas A Olvidar” HERE.
In other Eilish news, the 19-year-old pop-phenom follows her 2020 history-making Grammy Award wins with four additional nominations for the 2021 63rd Annual Grammy Awards. Eilish was nominated in four categories for her critically acclaimed song “everything i wanted” (Song of the Year, Record of the Year, Best Pop Solo Performance) and her official James Bond theme song “No Time To Die” (Best Song Written For Visual Media). The 63rd Annual Grammy Awards are set to take place and air on CBS March 14.
Next month sees the worldwide premiere of her anticipated documentary film, “Billie Eilish: The World’s A Little Blurry.” Directed by award-winning filmmaker R.J. Cutler, the film will be released in theaters by NEON and premiere globally on Apple TV+ on Feb. 26. Watch the official trailer HERE.
Eilish has also announced she will release her first personal photo-filled book, titled “BILLIE EILISH” on May 11. Preorder HERE.
While Rosalía has spent a large majority of the last year immersed in the creative process of writing and recording her eagerly awaited next album, she also notably closed out 2020 by leading the field of Latin Grammy winners for the second year in a row, joining Travis Scott, Bad Bunny and the Weeknd on collaborative tracks, and becoming the first all-Spanish language music artist to grace the cover of Vogue in the U.S., with the unveiling of the January “Vogue Values” issue, photographed by Annie Leibovitz. Last week also saw Rolling Stone declare her upcoming full length release as “One of the Most Anticipated Albums of 2021.”
Eilish has become one of the biggest stars to emerge since the release of her debut single “Ocean Eyes” in 2015. Fast forward from her humble breakout to 2019 when her album “When We All Fall Asleep, Where Do We Go?” debuted at No. 1 on the Billboard 200 in the U.S., as well as 17 additional countries. It was the most streamed album of the year. “When We All Fall Asleep, Where Do We Go?” was written, produced and recorded entirely by Eilish and brother Finneas in their childhood home in Los Angeles. Eilish went on to make history as the youngest artist to receive nominations and win in all the major categories at the 62nd Grammy Awards, receiving an award for Best New Artist, Album of the Year, Record of the Year, Song of the Year, and Best Pop Vocal Album. Eilish is also the youngest artist to write and record an official James Bond theme song, “No Time To Die.”
With the May 2018 release of Rosalía’s innovative breakthrough single “Malamente (Cap.1: Augurio)” – and the fall arrival of her landmark album “El Mal Querer,” fans worldwide quickly embraced Rosalía’s phenomenal vocal capability meshed with her now fully realized fusion of classic Flamenco and other timeless music styles of Spain, with R&B, hip-hop, contemporary Latin-American rhythms and electronic beats. Within the subsequent two years, Rosalia has garnered a Grammy Award, performance, a first Best New Artist nomination for a Spanish language artist, and eight Latin Grammys, including Album of the Year, two MTV VMAs, multiple magazine covers, Coachella and Lollapalooza festival appearances, the most watched global YouTube video of 2019 for a female artist, landmark brand partnerships with Nike and MAC’s “Viva Glam” campaign, and “Best Music of the Decade” picks.