Apple Announces New Music Lab Sessions Featuring Partnership With Billie Eilish

After teaming up with Madonna for new Apple Music Lab classes at its retail stores, Apple today announced a set of Music Lab classes in partnership with Billie Eilish (via Mac Otakara).


In the Music Lab, customers will have a chance to go hands-on with Eilish's song "you should see me in a crown." Participants will be able to create their own mixes of the track and find out what inspired Eilish to write the song from her latest album, "When We All Fall Asleep, Where Do We Go?"
Exclusively in Apple Stores, get hands-on with tracks direct from your favorite ‌Apple Music‌ artists. In this session, you’ll deconstruct Billie Eilish’s song “you should see me in a crown,” find out what inspired her, and create your own version of the song using GarageBand on iPhone. Devices will be provided.
Apple announced the new Music Lab today, and sessions will begin worldwide tomorrow, August 2. Head to Apple.com to check out more information on the Billie Eilish Music Lab and find an Apple Store near you that will be hosting the session.

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11 weeks ago

Probably posing as a “tortured” artist.


That’s exactly what she is ('https://vigilantcitizen.com/musicbusiness/the-disturbing-meaning-of-billie-eilishs-bury-a-friend/'). Just another music industry puppet, pushing an agenda through her music in exchange for fame and fortune. I’m glad I’m too old to be influenced by this garbage.
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11 weeks ago
People are really showing their ages in this post. Whew.
Rating: 17 Votes
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11 weeks ago

That’s exactly what she is ('https://vigilantcitizen.com/musicbusiness/the-disturbing-meaning-of-billie-eilishs-bury-a-friend/'). Just another music industry puppet, pushing an agenda through her music in exchange for fame and fortune. I’m glad I’m too old to be influenced by this garbage.


Good lord, please close your mouth. She's talented and you don't know anything about her. There's plenty of room in music for whoever you like, whoever you don't, and whoever you don't know about.

Every music post here gets this kind of reaction, so I guess I shouldn't be surprised.
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11 weeks ago
That’s an unhappy looking lady.
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11 weeks ago

That’s an unhappy looking lady.

Probably posing as a “tortured” artist.
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11 weeks ago

Good lord, please close your mouth. She's talented and you don't know anything about her. There's plenty of room in music for whoever you like, whoever you don't, and whoever you don't know about.

Every music post here gets this kind of reaction, so I guess I shouldn't be surprised.


I never said she wasn’t talented. What I did say, however, is that she’s just one of many young people being used to influence the masses. Particularly younger audiences, which are the most impressionable.

And I never claimed to know anything about her. What I am commenting on is the material she’s putting out. And guess what, it’s not unique or original. It’s the same imagery and symbolism being propagated by the other people who currently sit at the top of the charts and enjoy success in the music industry.

You’d have to be obtuse and willfully blind to not see the repetition and what the underlying message is. — If truly you don’t, then I feel very sorry for you.
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11 weeks ago

That’s exactly what she is ('https://vigilantcitizen.com/musicbusiness/the-disturbing-meaning-of-billie-eilishs-bury-a-friend/'). Just another music industry puppet, pushing an agenda through her music in exchange for fame and fortune.

"VigilantCitizen", huh? Looking around the website you cite, it looks very much like it is for, and by, fearful people who want to stoke their fear. People very worried about the occult and the Illuminati (yeah). The same kind of people who, a few decades back, were absolutely convinced that albums played backwards had satanic messages in them that were turning kids evil. Serious tinfoil-hat territory.
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That’s an unhappy looking lady.

Meh, she looks like a beautiful young woman who's sick and tired of being told, "you should smile more."
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11 weeks ago
Is she the one that can’t sing and whispers instead?
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11 weeks ago
Lol lots of old "get off my lawn" people in here.

I never understood being elitist because of music.
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11 weeks ago

Is she the one that can’t sing and whispers instead?

You’ll have to be more specific. You just described the other 900 vapid dimwits who grace the cover of Rolling Stone.
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she's a kid who hit it big. who has a family trying to protect her from the worst of the music industry.

What else does the music industry have to do? They haven’t seen any talent in twenty years. Might as well exploit people as a side job.
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