Billie Eilish made music history at the Grammys and here's why

FYI - she's only 18
Billie Eilish made music history at the Grammys and here's why
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Billie Eilish swept up the Grammys this year, no doubt.

The 62nd annual Grammy Awards took place only two days ago, but the Internet is still buzzing about all the winners, and all the drama that came after. The biggest topic up for discussion is how Ariana Grande and Lana Del Rey were 'snubbed' from winning any awards, despite them being nominated in various categories such as: Record of the Year and Album of the Year. 

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Whatever your opinion may be about that, it's difficult to say that the young and talented Eilish siblings did NOT deserve all those wins. Both Billie and her brother, musical partner (and genius,) Finneas - have been making music out of a bedroom since they were young.

And according to Billie's acceptance speech, they still do. With her unreal singing capabilities, and her brother's beautiful lyrics (and instrumental knowledge,) the two have risen up to the top of the industry in no time. 

Our favourtie 'bad guy' has just become the second artist and first woman EVER to take home the 'Big Four' awards. AKA - best album, record and song of the year plus best new artist. According to Billboard, "the first artist to do this was Christopher Cross 39 years ago."

Other than basically winning the entire Grammys for her album's work: 'When We All Fall Asleep, Where Do We Go?', Eilish was also crowned the youngest album of the year winner in Grammy history. 

 

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Same.

Watch her Grammy's performance here, it'll make all her W's very self-explanatory: