Billy Illish’s biggest fear is a “bad boy” for his fans.
19-year-old Aleesh revealed on “The Late Show” with Stephen Colbert, “I wanted to be an artist I wanted to be a fan of.” “The idea that someone can meet me and have a bad experience, I should seriously jump off a cliff. I want everyone I come in contact with to feel the absolute highest they can possibly feel. “
“It felt, um, as it felt for everyone. It was so weird,” Elish said. He said, “As I thought no years were complete [it would], And … I really think that for everyone, obviously. I think I’m glad I had the year before that.
But the five-time Grammy winner received a silver lining on lockdown.
“Sal sucked, and if I could go back and change it, I would, but at the same time, I’ve gained more time than I’ve ever done”. “And of course I think that goes for everyone. But two weeks after that it was true for me. At the beginning of quarantine, two weeks was already the most time I had been in, for example, four years. “
Eilish also found creative space to create the much-anticipated follow-up to her debut album 2019 “When we all go to sleep, where do we go?”
“I don’t think I would have made a single album or even album for COVID,” he said. “That doesn’t mean it’s not like, at all, about COVID. It’s just that when things are different in your life, you’re different. How’s it just. Let me thank COVID for that. Will – and about it.