LONDON: Teen pop star Billie Eilish scored another record on Friday when her new single enjoyed the biggest opening week of all Time for a James Bond theme on the British charts.
No time to die landed directly at number one, according to the official singles list, becoming the first 18-year-old Brit.
The single, co-written and produced by the US star. UU. And his brother Finneas, obtained 90,000 sales of lists and 10.6 million transmissions, which makes it the biggest opening week for a single so far this year.
The ballad has the dirty melancholic feeling that has prompted Eilish to become a star and limits some notable weeks for the teenager.
Last month, Eilish was the star in the Grammys, with five awards, including the “big four”: Album of the Year, Song of the Year, Recording of the Year and Best New Artist.
He also won the award for best international solo female artist at the Brit Awards this week, and performed his Bond song during the ceremony.
The Los Angeles-born singer, who only turned 18 in December, is the youngest artist to record a Bond song.
The 25th installment of the British spy saga, which will be released in April, sees Bond withdraw from retirement in Jamaica by his old friend and CIA agent, Felix Leiter.
Rami Malek, who won the Oscar for best actor for his representation of Queen’s leader, Freddie Mercury in “Bohemian Rhapsody”, plays the villain.
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