Grammy-winning pop star Billie Eilish dropped ‘Young Power,’ one of the tracks on her upcoming album ‘Happier Than Ever,’ and the song reached a major turning point on Spotify.
Billie Eilish announced on April 27 that her second studio album, Happier Than Ever, which she describes as the best album she has ever created, will be released on July 30, 2021.
A full day after releasing Young Power, which she described as a strong reaction to the abuse of power, the song reached No. 1 on the US Spotify Chart with 2.088 million streams.
Here’s the tweet of Data Chart:
“@billieeilish’s “Your Power” rises to #1 on the US Spotify chart with 2.088 million streams in its first full day, up 150%.”
Check out the Twitter post below.
.@billieeilish's "Your Power" rises to #1 on the US Spotify chart with 2.088 million streams in its first full day, up 150%.
— chart data (@chartdata) May 1, 2021
Apparently, Young Power seems to be a special song for Billie Eilish because she quietly describes it as a powerful response to the abuse of power.
Billie, who announced on Instagram that the music video was dropped, described this song as her favorite song ever written because it is about many different situations that everyone has witnessed or experienced. Hoping to inspire change, the young singer concluded by saying people not to abuse their power.
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