In 2017, Billie Eilish began the tradition of doing an annual time capsule video with Vanity Fair, and now she’s back with her fourth one. In the video, which dropped on Nov. 30, the 28-year-old singer answers the same questions from the previous interviews, only this time she’s reflecting on how the pandemic has allowed her to become more politically engaged and informed and what she’s most looking forward to in the future.
“I have learned so much more about the way people are living that I wasn’t aware of before,” Billie said. “The climate crisis and social injustice and all the bad things made me think differently. I will never stop fighting for all the Black and brown people who have lost their lives to police brutality.”
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The Grammy winner also looked back at her career achievements, which include becoming the second person in history to sweep the major categories at the Grammys. “Getting bigger and bigger makes me more comfortable about not having to prove myself,” she explained. “People look up to you, so that you will tell them what you, yourself, would actually tell them.” See what else Billie had to say in the video above.