No person’s viewed the movie yet, but the song from the most modern James Bond movie is already profitable awards.
Billie Eilish‘s theme from No Time to Die gained a visible-media Grammy Award Sunday afternoon, marking the first time within the history of the ceremony that a song from an unreleased movie gained. In years previous, the song would include been disqualified, but the Grammy soundtrack committee rewrote its principles to myth for the pandemic’s chaotic affect on movie launch dates.
No Time to Die used to be slated for an April 2020 launch date, and Eilish released the song on Feb.13, 2020. However attributable to the COVID-19 pandemic, a wave of postponements hit the following time out within the look franchise, within the waste bumping it to October 2021. Nonetheless, the song debuted at No. 1 in England and No. 16 on the U.S.’s Billboard pop chart.
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Eilish shares the award with her brother Finneas O’Connell, who co-wrote “No Time to Die.” Eilish could be the youngest musician to write a James Bond theme song.
Right here’s the fourth time 007 has ushered in a Grammy expend. The quite quite a bit of honorees include been George Martin for arranging Paul McCartney & Wings’ “Reside and Let Die” in 1973 and Adele and Thomas Newman for the obtain from Skyfall in 2013.
Other visual media Grammys awarded on Sunday consist of Taika Waititi for easiest compilation soundtrack for 2019’s dim comedy JoJo Rabbit and Icelandic composer Hildur Guðnadóttir for the Joker obtain.
“Well, I guess they’re fair appropriate giving Grammys to anybody now,” Waititi joked as he accredited his award from the region of Thor: Care for and Utter.