The 10 Best Billie Eilish Remixes


There have been loads of teen stars in pop music historical past, however by no means have we seen one as biting as Billie Eilish. Fiona Apple is the closest factor that involves thoughts, though the forebear was 19 when her debut album, Tidal, rocked the world in 1996. Eilish remains to be solely 16 at press time, and she or he was 14 when her breakout single "Ocean Eyes" caught the ears and hearts of music critics across the blogosphere. 

The witty, throaty singer-songwriter works intently along with her brother and has a carefully-crafted private model extra refined than most. She's earned three Hot 100 singles, whereas her debut EP don't smile at me reached No. 36 on the Billboard 200 albums chart this month, greater than a yr since its preliminary 2017 launch.

She's a drive to be reckoned with, and she or he's inspiring for all to behold. Today, we have a good time her energy with a listing of our favourite remixes and covers. 

Bilie Eilish – "COPYCAT" (Sofi Tukker  Remix)

The authentic is a grumbling, haunting three minutes of cocky brilliants. Vibrant duo Sofi Tukker takes its tone and beefs it up with a club-ready rhythm. There's a flush of colours in its disco cheeks as new layers of artificial brightness are available in waves. It's nonetheless a bit of devious, but it surely'll have you ever dancing in glitter by the point it's by means of.

Bilie Eilish – "Ocean Eyes" (blackbear Remix)

"Ocean Eyes" is certainly one of Eilish's hottest songs and it's dropped at new emotional heights by this beartrap sound. Underground heartthrob blackbear provides his personal heartbreaking verse to the remix, trapped ou with 808 tinges and much more ghostly together with his added vocal harmonies.

Bilie Eilish – "Bellyache" (Marian Hill Remix)

This is one other Eilish tune that drips in bloody attitudes. Marian Hill amplifies the off-center really feel with a wonky, futuristic take. The groove is sly and just a bit crazed, harmful like a jester with a screw free who laughs one minute and turns into violent the following. This tune gained't flip dangerous on you, although. It performs it cool, but it surely retains you in your toes.

Billie Eilish & Khalid – "Lovely" (Hippie Sabotage Remix)

This Khalid collaboration showcases a softer aspect of the songstress. Piano and strings set the stage for a dramatic ballad, and this take from Hippie Sabotage pays homage to that rain-on-the-window feeling. Fresh vocals and a trap-style beat buff new dimension into the music. We're significantly keen on breakdown within the later half. 

Bilie Eilish – "My Boy" (TroyBoi "MyBoi" Remix)

How you gonna have a music referred to as "My Boy" and never anticipate TroyBoi to place his spin on it? Alright, that's not a assure, however thank goodness the London producer put his arms on this one. He's brings out Eilish's finest shade of unusual, and we're fairly sure she'd recognize the cocky vibe.

Bilie Eilish – "Ocean Eyes" (Astronomyy Remix)

Another tackle "Ocean Eyes," this one dreamy and liquid guitar lover Astronomyy. Eilish's voice echoes over a stripped down intro earlier than a tinny beat kicks in with some new background vocals. A wailing electrical axe may be heard within the distance, but it surely's the funky vocal chop that basically will get our goosebumps going.

Bilie Eilish – "Six Feet Under" (Jerry Folk Remix) 

Eilish sounds extra weak than ordinary on "Six Feet Under," virtually coy in her fairy-like vocal supply. Jerry Folk's take punches you proper within the face with its wall of vocal harmonies. Silence weighs heavy all through, including weight to each word because it drips from the speaker into your mind. Good luck getting this stain off your soul.

Bilie Eilish – "Ocean Eyes" (Young Bombs Remix)

You've by no means heard Eilish like this earlier than. It's positively uplifting. It's a sing-along value placing your arms up for as Young Bombs reworks "Ocean Eyes" into one thing worthy of a competition fundamental stage. It's brilliant and good, as euphoric as the sensation of youthful freedom and simply as naively hopeful.

Drake – "Hotline Bling" (Flyboy Remix of Billie Eilish Cover)

Remember when the complete world recorded a canopy of Drake's "Hotline Bling?" Eilish counted herself amongst that ilk, and hers was set to ukulele. Flyboy takes that rendition and turns up the brilliant lights with a blast of future bass thrives and an emboldened beat. It's principally tender to the contact, however that drop will get ya. 

Bilie Eilish – "idontwannabeyouanymore" (Elijah Hill Remix)

We end our checklist with a cool tackle Eilish's "idontwannabeyouanymore." Elijah Hill catches it like a chunk on confetti on the wind and brings it to the highest of a mountain. It's one other future bass remix sufficiently big to fill a stadium. Large matches Eilish's body in any case.