Singer-songwriter Billie Eilish’s song “No time to die” won in the category of Best Original songs in the 79th Golden Globe awards, the ceremony took place on January 9, 2022.
Billie Eilish, 20, became the youngest artist to win in the category of the Best original song.
The song was co-written by Billie and her brother Finneas O’Connell. It was nominated alongside Beyoncé’s song “Be Alive” from the movie King Richard, Carole King, and Jennifer Hudson’s “Here I Am” from Respect, Lin-Manuel Miranda’s “Dos Oruguitas” from movie “Encanto” and Van Morrison “Down to Joy” from Belfast.
The song was part of James Bond’s film of the same name.
The song became the third song from James Bond film to win in the category of the Best original song. Before it, the song “Skyfall” by Adele from the movie of the same name and “Writing’s on the Wall” by Sam Smith from the movie “Spectre” were the first two songs to win.
After winning, the song “no time to die” got one step closer to its Oscar nomination. The song also won a Grammy in March 2021 for best song written for visual media and an award for the song–feature film from the Hollywood Music in Media Awards on Nov. 17.
The 79th Golden Globe awards, 2022, were held on the 9th of January, it was held as a private event without any celebrities present and a Livestream after an exposé, last year outlined a lack of Black members in the Hollywood Foreign Press Association. NBC declined to air this year’s ceremony and said next year would only happen if “meaningful reform” transpired.
Billie Eilish becomes youngest to win Best Original Song for ‘No Time To Die’