Billie Eilish Drops New Song With Rosalia, 'Lo Vas a Olvidar'


In the song's minimalist video, directed by Nabil, the two artists sing against a dark background, lit only by a roving spotlight.

Billie Eilish left fans grooving as she released her long-awaited collaboration with Rosalía "Lo Vas A Olvidar".

The tune was first mentioned by Rosalía sometime in 2019, and later that year, she told Billboard that her and Eilish had met in Los Angeles and worked together while sitting at a piano. "You guys have been waiting for this", Eilish wrote on her Instagram, sharing an image of the second part of the show: "Part Two: Jules". "She was coaching me through it", she said, adding that the experience "opened up ... a whole new world of thinking".

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Rosalia spoke in regards to the long-percolating track in an interview with Apple Radio again in April. "I think I finished the arrangements yesterday", Rosalia told Radio Beats 1 back in April of past year. Obviously a lot of it is in Spanish, which I think is so important... Usually the production we do is the production we end up with. She released "Everything I Wanted" shortly before she and brother/collaborator Finneas swept the Grammy Awards in January, followed by "No Time to Die", the theme song from the still-unreleased James Bond film of the same title; "My Future" followed last fall. It's been a long, long, long time.

The track, "Lo Vas a Olvidar", is out at noon Eastern that day. "I actually think it's so lovely, and it's so not something I feel like I've done".