Billie Eilish breaks records at the 2020 Grammys


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Ashley Park, Features Editor

At the 62nd Grammy Award Show on Jan. 26, 2020, a full spectrum of artists achieved the ultimate musical accomplishment of winning a Grammy out of 84 categories. However, one artist dominated the competition. 

18-year-old Billie Eilish received six nominations and won five Grammys, sweeping awards in all four major categories; Best New Artist, Song of the Year, Album of the Year and Record of the Year, beating leading pop artists such as Khaild, Ariana Grande and Lizzo. The fifth Grammy was Best Pop Vocal Album for “When We Fall Asleep, Where Do We Go?” Eilish’s success became a momentous occasion as she became the artist with the most Grammy wins that night and the youngest recipient for the top category: Record of the Year.

Alongside Eilish for three of her wins was co-writer and brother, FINNEAS, to whom the Grammys were also awarded. Aside from the three Grammys won with his sister, FINNEAS was also victorious individually, winning Producer of the Year and Best-Engineered Album. Together, they exited with a total of nine Grammy awards, leaving the event with tears of excitement and contentedness.

The constant love and admiration shown for her and her music made her Grammy win a celebration not just for her, but for all of her 55 million fans. Billie Eilish set records and achieved greatness on a night that will go down in Grammy history.