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In her ongoing journey to take over the world, Billie Eilish released her music video for “you should see me in a crown” on YouTube yesterday. Created by Japanese artist Takashi Murakami, the video shows the the 17-year-old singer as an animated character, transforming from an adorable cartoon to a monster who wreaks havoc on a city.
“You should see me in a crown,” which acted as the lead single of Eilish’s debut album When We Fall Asleep, Where Do We Go? is a creepy mix of synth sounds and beats with the unique Eilish sound fans know and love. The video and song are equally nightmarish, yet calm.
According to a January interview with Garage Magazine, Eilish and her team spent months trying to get in touch with the artist so the two could work together. Both are huge sneakerheads and anime fans. Eventually, Eilish got an Instagram message from Murakami and the two made plans to collaborate, with the first project being the January cover of Garage. The video was first released as an Apple Music exclusive last month, but just hit YouTube yesterday.
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Eilish will be performing at Coachella again this weekend on April 20. Closer to home, Eilish’s world tour in support of her debut record will make stops in Vancouver on June 1, Toronto on June 11, and Laval, QC on June 12.