After making history at the Grammys and act in the Oscar, Billie Eilish marked this Friday to another record to get your song for the next James Bond movie, “No Time To Die”, has registered the highest number of listeners in the premiere of a theme for the film saga.
“No Time To Die”, composed by the star of Los Angeles (U.S.) and his brother Finneas, racked up 10.6 million of listeners on “streaming” and sold over 90,000 copies in its first week, which in addition became the best release of a single in the year.
The theme, true to the style meláncolico but avant-garde Eilish, also came straight to number one in the charts of United Kingdom, the original country of the franchise of the agent 007.
Eilish has been the singer chosen to sign the official theme of “No Time to Die”, the new James Bond film to be released in April.
Joined as well to the extensive list of artists who have sung for the delivery of the agent 007, and including stars such as Madonna, Adele, Tom Jones, Shirley Bassey, Nancy Sinatra and the band A-ha.
“To be able to add music to the main song of a film that is part of a series so legendary, it’s a huge honor. The James Bond is the saga of a film more brilliant that has ever existed. I’m still in ‘shock’,” said Eilish on this custom in which he has collaborated, as usual, with his brother Finneas.
A few weeks ago, the singer was one of the guest stars of the Oscars, where he performed “Yesterday” by The Beatles during the section “in memoriam”, which paid tribute to celebrities who died recently as Kobe Bryant and Kirk Douglas.
Before, the Grammy awards, Eilish made history by winning with 18 years old recently turned the four most important categories of these awards: best new artist, album of the year, song of the year and record of the year.
For its part, the film “No Time To Die” will be the last appearance of Daniel Craig as James Bond, who leads a cast that also includes Rami Malek, Ana de Armas, seydoux, Christoph Waltz, Naomie Harris, Ralph Fiennes, Jeffrey Wright, Ben Whishaw and Lashana Lynch.