Billie Eilish has just released her long-awaited Rosalía collaboration “ Lo Vas A Olvidar ”, and now she has revealed that she wrote the song’s last line with help from her family.
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Speaking to Zane Lowe on Apple Music, Eilish revealed that she enlisted the help of not only her brother and lead co-writer Finneas O’Connell, but her mom, dad, and even her partner. brother to write the final lyrics of the song: “You tell me like it’s something I have a choice in / If I wasn’t important then why would you waste all your poison?
“So my mom, dad, Finneas, me, Finneas Claudia’s girlfriend,” she said, “we all went down to the studio and we listened, and Finneas and I were like, ‘Should- write this line to us now? ”
“So I was sitting in the room with my whole family,” she continued. “Both of us, all of us, including my mom and dad, they were like, ‘What if it’s like…”. We all gave ideas. So technically they should have write credit because we all wrote that line at the end. “
‘Lo Vas A Olvidar,’ Which Is Written And Performed Mostly In Spanish, Is Set To Appear In Upcoming HBO Episode Euphoria.
Eilish is currently working hard on the follow-up to her debut album, ‘When We All Fall Asleep Where Do We Go? But she and Finneas said the record will not be released while the coronavirus pandemic is still ongoing.
Rosalía is also working on her upcoming album, the sequel to 2018’s ‘El Mal Querer’, recently recounted. Vogue that the file is almost complete.
“This is the moment, I think, where everything flows, I finish the songs, and it’s different from the start of the year,” she says.
“Now I close the cycle of these recordings and I’m really happy with it.”