Billie Eilish thinks Lana Del Rey’s ‘Born To Die’ music changed her

Billie Eilish has shared her opinion that Lana Del Rey’s ‘Born To Die’ album is “changed music”.

On a recent episode of Dua Lipa’s At Your Service podcast, Eilish was asked about the albums she listened to growing up and what they meant to her then and now.

“Born to die, girl Lana,” he replied. “I think that album changed music and especially girl music and the potential of what is possible. I would say that ‘Because the Internet’ by Childish Gambino was another one that really changed the way I look at music and separate albums”.

He added: “Believe Justin Bieber, baby. That’s my shit. I can’t… Also ‘Journal,’ Justin Bieber, ‘Journals.’ They’re a great album through and through, very, very good. I’m going to be honest, ‘Wiped Out’ by The Neighbourhood”.

Later, Eilish spoke about the changes in the creative process for her third album.

The Grammy-winning singer said: “Everything is different. I’ve been trying to compare recently, because I’m getting used to doing it in a different way. And I’m trying to say, ‘It’s it’s okay to do it. It’s okay. I can still do it; I still can.'”

He also reflected on his relationship with his brother/producer, Finneas, and shared how the two were able to find great chemistry while working on their second album Happier Than Ever.

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“We said to ourselves, ‘We’ve got it all figured out, this is how we’re going to do it from now on, and it works really well,'” he explained.

He continued: “And, you know, touring for a year and a half, then back on it, and being a lot older – and not even a lot older, but again, the jump from 18 to 21 was a big jump. Just mentally and physically, and realistically. It was completely different.”

Elsewhere, Eilish will headline this year’s Reading & Leeds festival. He will be playing at the East Main Stage on Sunday, August 27 at 10:00 in

She also scored her second UK number one in a record week for a female solo artist with her track “What Was I Made For”.

What Was I Made For?

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