[213] The remix attained minor success on its own, but contributed to the original's rise to number one on the Billboard Hot 100. 特価 880円(内税) [91] It was included on the chart compilation album Now That's What I Call Music 103,[92] and was used during the end credits of the 2019 superhero horror film Brightburn. Additionally, a flexi disc was similarly released for pre-order to ship in the following 4–6 weeks. [46] It later occupied number two for a total of nine weeks, before ultimately reaching number one on the week ending August 24, 2019. The 18-year-old singer’s hit song “bad guy” has surpassed one billion (with a B) views on YouTube. [14] In an interview with Rolling Stone, the utilization of a Sydney pedestrian traffic light sound in the song was revealed; it originates from a phone recording made by Eilish in February 2017. [23] Billboard included "Bad Guy" in their list of 100 songs that defined the 2010s. For promotional purposes, Eilish performed the song on several occasions and also included it on the set list for her When We All Fall Asleep Tour (2019) and Where Do We Go? [79] It was also performed at Pukkelpop in August of the same year. 2, Follow The Futue / I Rep That West vol. アニメ壁紙.comは、PC,タブレット,スマホ,Android,iPhoneに対応した高画質な壁紙を無料でダウンロード出来ます。モニターのサイズに合わせてDLも可能です。ランキングやリクエスト等のコンテンツも充実しています。 Next 1 of 11. [217] Jem Aswad of Variety likened the singer's vocal delivery to that of Justin Timberlake. [3] The song was co-written by Eilish and her brother Finneas O'Connell, with the latter also produced the track and Eilish providing additional production. Billie Eilish is celebrating a major accomplishment!. "Bad Guy" was a commercial success, reaching number one on the US Billboard Hot 100, as well as on the charts in Australia, Canada, Estonia, Finland, Greece, Hungary, Iceland, New Zealand, Norway and Russia. [97], Credits adapted from the liner notes of When We All Fall Asleep, Where Do We Go?. https://twitter.com/IFPI_org/status/1237416584483831808, https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=DyDfgMOUjCI. On July 11, 2019, a remix of "Bad Guy" featuring Canadian singer Justin Bieber was released to mixed reviews from critics, who mostly commented on Bieber's vocals. Billie Eilish's Bad Guy was overdubbed with a bassoon. [3][12][14] During the track's half-spoken chorus, the singer elaborates on her relationship with fellow men and women, rejecting their expectations of her; "I'm that bad type / Make your mama sad type / Make your girlfriend mad tight / Might seduce your dad type / I'm the bad guy, duh". "Bad Guy" ended the record-breaking 19-week run of "Old Town Road" by Lil Nas X featuring Billy Ray Cyrus. [69] Upon its release, the video was accused of "blatantly" plagiarizing photographs by Maurizio Cattelan and Pierpaolo Ferrari of Toiletpaper magazine. [81] She further sang "Bad Guy" on her Where Do We Go? [4] In August 2019, the single was made available for pre-order on cassette and scheduled to ship in October; selected cassettes were signed by Eilish. On May 7, 2019, she sang it on Jimmy Kimmel Live!,[75] and on May 26 on BBC Radio 1's Big Weekend. 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[215] Callie Ahlgrim of Insider wrote; "Bieber takes some of the edge off of Eilish's brooding 'Bad Guy,' but not in a bad way. [212] Stereogum editor Chris DeVille considered Bieber's vocals "entirely out of place," concluding that "he basically ruins a great song. [212][213] His runs are added to the intro, following which he joins on the second verse, flaunting his "icy" wealth. ビリー・アイリッシュの「bad guy」が、IFPI(国際レコード産業協会)によって2019年全世界で最も売れたシングル“Biggest Global Single of 2019”に認定されました。今年のグラミー賞で5冠に輝いたビリー・アイリッシュの大ヒット・シングル「bad guy」は、Spotifyが発表した2019年度の“世界で最も再生された楽曲”ランキングで2位を、Shazamでの検索ランキングでは1位を獲得しています。●授賞式の様子はこちらhttps://twitter.com/IFPI_org/status/1237416584483831808, 約1950万枚相当の売り上げを記録した「bad guy」は、リル・ナズ・Xの「Old Town Road」やアリアナ・グランデの「7 rings」、レディー・ガガとブラッドリー・クーパーの「Shallow」といった人気楽曲を制するかたちとなりました。, ●ビリー・アイリッシュ「bad guy」楽曲の視聴はこちら:https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=DyDfgMOUjCI, “International Federation of the Phonographic Industry”の略称であるIFPIは、イギリスに拠点を置く国際的な音楽業界組織で、同協会の公式サイトによると、「IFPIのグローバル・デジタル・シングル・チャートは、全世界における楽曲ストリーミング回数、ビデオの再生回数、および単曲ダウンロード数から正確に消費を測定する唯一のランキングであり、それぞれの消費方法の相対値によって算出されている」とあります。, 「ビリー・アイリッシュはその素晴らしい歌声とジャンルを超えたサウンドで世界を席巻しました。また彼女は、世界中のファンが強く共鳴できる歌詞を通して、メンタルヘルスなどの重要な社会問題を提起しているアーティストでもあります。間違いなく新たな傑出した一年になるであろう今年、彼女のさらなる成功を願っています」, グラミー賞の歴史において“最優秀楽曲賞”を含む、 5冠に輝いた最年少アーティスト、そして映画「007」シリーズの主題歌を手掛けた最年少アーティストでもあるビリー・アイリッシュは、既に数々の前人未到の記録を打ち立てています。前述の映画『007 ノー・タイム・トゥ・ダイ』の主題歌「No Time To Die」は、同シリーズの主題歌としては史上初の全英チャート1位を獲得しました。, ビリー・アイリッシュは現在、マイアミのアメリカン・エアラインズ・アリーナから開幕した“Where Do We Go?”ワールド・ツアーの真っ只中です。ビリーの母、マギー・ベアードのインスタグラム・アカウントでは、パフォーマンスの様子がストーリーズで随時アップされているので、海外の盛り上がりを是非ご覧いただきたい!https://www.instagram.com/maggiembaird/. 1? Citations regarding the digital release of "Bad Guy (Remix)" in various countries: (Download the attachment and open the Singoli file), Australian Recording Industry Association, Recording Industry Association of America, International Federation of the Phonographic Industry, List of number-one singles of 2019 (Australia), List of Canadian Hot 100 number-one singles of 2019, List of number-one singles of 2019 (Finland), List of number-one singles from the 2010s (New Zealand), "Billie Eilish's Debut LP 'When We All Fall Asleep, Where Do We Go?' 14, DJ FINESSE / Love & Hip Hop vol. It was released by Darkroom and Interscope Records as the fifth single from Eilish's debut studio album When We All Fall Asleep, Where Do We Go? on March 29, 2019, via Darkroom and Interscope Records. by Billie Eilish on iTunes", "Why 'Bad Guy' Deserves To Be Billie Eilish's First No. [11][16][17] White of Uproxx likened the song to material released by the White Stripes, writing, "It's the kind of song that builds power as it unfolds, an anthem imbued with casual fearlessness". [3] AJ Longabaugh of V likened the lyrics to the later work of Amy Winehouse.[17]. She continued; "'Bad Guy' positions a young female pop star in a role that's usually reserved for men working in rock or hip hop". Dave Meyers directed the music video for "Bad Guy" which was uploaded onto Eilish's YouTube channel at the same time as the single's digital release. [73] On the January 16, 2020 episode of The Late Show with Stephen Colbert, the show parodied the song as "Bond Guy", which references No Time to Die, where Eilish will provide the theme for the movie. He sings lyrics including: "I got more ice than, than the snow", "Cause I don't sleep, please don't wake me" and "It ain't political", adding the ad libitum "skrrt!". [88] Alessia Cara also covered the song on The Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon as part of her Eilish impersonation. 1 on Billboard Hot 100, Dethroning Lil Nas X's 'Old Town Road' After Record 19 Weeks on Top", Australian-charts.com – Billie Eilish – Bad Guy", "Billie Eilish Chart History (Canadian Hot 100)", "Eesti Tipp-40 Muusikas - Eesti lugude tabelis on uus number üks! It was also likened to music recorded by the White Stripes, Lorde and Fiona Apple. [3] Labeling "Bad Guy" as a "low-key banger", Stereogum's Chris DeVille drew comparisons between the song and the work of Lorde and Fiona Apple. : King Of The South, Follow The Future / Triple Threat Pt. Her brother Finneas O'Connell retweeted a tweet Justin Bieber had written the day before saying "Remix", leading to speculation. In the United States, "Bad Guy" ended the record-breaking 19-week run of "Old Town Road" by Lil Nas X featuring Billy Ray Cyrus. [207] Prior to its premiere, the lyrics of the song were posted on Genius alongside its expected release date, labels and writers. DJ SKEE & FUNKMASTER FLEX / The GAME : Purp & Patron & Hangover (3CD), Mix Source Videos / The Best Of MOBB DEEP, Mix Source Videos / In The Spotlight With MONICA. [17] Analyzing the lyrics of "Bad Guy", Caitlin White of Uproxx wrote that they see "a woman's teenage voice boast of its power, assert her sexual dominance, and use men as playthings instead of sing about being used as one by them". ", "Billie Eilish Hid An Aussie Pedestrian Crossing Sample In 'Bad Guy' & We're Shook", "Billie Eilish sings about seducing your dad in NSFW 'bad guy' lyrics", "The Artistry of Billie Eilish is Shaping a Generation", "The Breakdown: Billie Eilish and Finneas on 'Bad Guy, "Selena Gomez loves that 'Wizards of Waverly Place' inspired Billie Eilish's 'Bad Guy, "Wily And Clever, Billie Eilish's Debut Album Sounds Like No One Else", "Review: Billie Eilish's 'When We All Fall Asleep, Where Do We Go?' "[216] An editor of BreatheHeavy said the remix is "something no one asked for, but it'll certainly breathe new life into it". Is Noir Pop With Bite", "Billie Eilish's: When We All Fall Asleep, Where Do We Go? [86] A ska punk cover of the song was made by ska band The Interrupters and used in the second season of the Netflix original series The Umbrella Academy. Copyright (C) Mixnice.com All Rights Reserved. [209] Billboard's Matthew Unterberger wrote; "Bieber's clearly having fun with his guest verse and ad-libs – the remix's high point might come with his mid-verse "skrrt!"