Billie Eilish – bad guy

Bad Guy is a popular song sung by the leading American songwriter and singer Billie Eilish. The song was released on 29th March 2019 and was included as the 5th single in the singer’s debut studio album, “When We All Fall Asleep, Where Do We Go?”

Eilish co-wrote the song along with her brother, Finneas O’Connell. In 2019, another version of this song was released with the collaboration of Justin Bieber. The song uses different musical instrumental effects based on the pop-trap and dance-pop theme.

How to Download Billie Eilish – bad guy

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The Song Review

Billie Eilish – Bad Guy – the Meaning of the Lyrics

Billie’s songs have always remained the main talk of the town because of the art she displays in her songs. The same is with this masterpiece which is becoming a worldwide favorite. The song addresses society’s central issue, which is about bad boys. 

The song’s lyrics show that Billie has been in an abusive physical relationship, but she is not alarmed about it. Throughout the song, she says her boyfriend has been so tough on him, and she can’t do anything about it. But the real twist comes in the lyrics when Billie unveils that she is the bad guy, not him.

Video Interpretation of Billie Eilish – Bad Guy

Talking about the video representation of the song is a bit disturbing because you can see a glimpse of the physical abuse in some places. But this is not new in Billie’s song! She has always portrayed social issues very strongly in her songs and gives them a feeling of reality. 

The video starts when Billie is trying to come out from a wall to open her heart. But the video gets even more interesting when she depicts herself as the bad guy, which is the real twist of the whole video to surprise the audience. 

Have You Listened to Bad Guy?

Like always, this Billie Eilish song is a worthwhile one to watch. If you missed listening to this song, we have the song link for you to check out. 

About Billie Eilish

Billie Eilish is a famous American songwriter and a well-known singer. Her original name is Billie Eilish Pirate Baird O’Connell. She got massive attention from the public with her 2015 debut single, “Ocean Eyes.” 

In 2017, she got commercial success with the release of her extended debut play, Don’t Smile at me. This song became part of the Top Chart 15 in different countries, including Australia, the US, Canada, and the UK. 

Throughout her career as a singer, she has been honored with many awards such as Grammy Award, MTV Music Video Award, Brit Award, Academy Award, and so many more. In the Grammy Awards history, she was the youngest artist nominated for 4 different categories. 

In 2019, Times Magazine also included her in the 100 Most Influential People list. In 2010, she was known to be the most successful musical artist of that time. 

Billie Eilish - bad guy
bad guy is a song by Billie Eilish Pirate Baird O'Connell (2001) who is an American singer and songwriter. Download it now.
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Billie Eilish - bad guy Review Summary

  • The low and high notes of the song are extremely impressive
  • The song displays a powerful message about abusive, toxic relationships
  • The video representation of the song is a bit disturbing
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Zubair Noor

Zubair believes music can heal hurting souls. He listens to R&B, pop, and jazz melodies frequently. The writer thinks music is similar to unraveling a fortune cookie. He is an expert at deciphering the lyrical hidden meanings by learning the artist's backstory. Favorite artists include Dua Lipa, Mariah Carey, and Adele.

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