Billie Eilish Hates Being in Recording Studio Despite Making Hit Songs
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In a new candid interview, the 'Happier Than Ever' hitmaker reveals the real reasons why she 'really [has] never' liked the 'vibe of studios' and why she doesn't like sessions.

AceShowbiz - Billie Eilish has unveiled that she doesn't like being in a recording studio. The pop star admitted that she is often "embarrassed" when she uses a studio to record because she finds herself bumping into other artists.

The 20-year-old musician, who has so far released smash hit albums "Happier Than Ever" and "When We All Fall Asleep, Where Do We Go?", said, "I don't like studios. I don't like sessions. I don't like (that) there's a runner and he asks you what kind of food you want at so-and-so and he asks you if you want a LaCroix."

"I really have never liked the vibe of studios. There's no windows. It smells like weed. There's other artists there you bump into them, you look stupid," Billie added. "Then you're embarrassed that they saw you when you looked stupid. I don't know, it freaks me out. It truly gives me social anxiety."

Meanwhile, the "bad guy" hitmaker, who often collaborates with her producer brother FINNEAS on her music, explained that she has "no idea" what is to come in terms of her career but doesn't like the thought of working with many people and joked that her brother is "so annoying" because is a workaholic.

Speaking to Zane Lowe on Apple Music 1, she added, "I have no idea what is to come." She later pondered, "That's what so interesting about thinking about, 'would you ever do this and that,' because we all as people feel like we're all going to be the same thing always, forever, and it's just not realistic."

"I did work with a lot of people for a couple of years, and I just really didn't enjoy it, honestly. I just don't," Billie went on saying. "FINNEAS is so annoying. FINNEAS can work any time. The dude doesn't get a break within himself, he doesn't need it. For me, I go through phases of feeling really creative and actually getting stuff done, and then going through phases of nothing at all, musically."

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