Billie Eilish & Rosalía’s Spanish-Language Collab Tops Favorite New Music Poll

Billie Eilish and Rosalía’s new Spanish-language collaboration, “Lo Vas a Olvidar,” has topped this week’s new music poll.

Music fans voted in a poll published Friday (Jan. 22) on Billboard, choosing the tag-team bilingual effort as their favorite new music release of the past week.

“Lo Vas a Olvidar,” in which Eilish completely stuns by singing in Spanish, brought in nearly 36% of the vote, beating out new music by Diplo and Mark Ronson’s Silk City duo featuring Ellie Goulding (“New Love”), Sabrina Carpenter (“Skin”), Anuel AA and Ozuna (“Los Dioses”), and others.

After hinting that a collaboration was in the works in spring 2019, Eilish and Rosalía dropped the dreamlike track in which the two music stars showcase their vocal chemistry by trading off slow-tempo verses filled with hazy melodies and melancholic lyrics.

“I remember when we were writing the song, I remember her saying something about, ‘It should be in English.’ And I was like, ‘No, no, no. It should be in Spanish. It’s so beautiful.’ And I’ve always loved music that isn’t in English,” Eilish recently told Apple Music’s Zane Lowe.

The music video for “Lo Vas a Olvidar,” filmed by award-winning director Nabil, shows Eilish and Rosalía’s powerful performances in a somber setting.

Placing second on the past week’s tally was the “other” category with close to 17% of the vote, followed by “New Love,” a shimmery house anthem by Diplo and Ronson’s Silk City, featuring vocals by Goulding. The collab brought in nearly 16% of the total vote.

“The song is about losing yourself on your own, not needing to be seen, knowing that the one that got away could be just as happy as this too,” Goulding said in a statement. “The main concept is dancing on your own not needing to be seen.”

See the final results of this week’s new music release poll below.

Adele Can’t Believe ’21’ Just Turned 10: ‘Well I Never!’

Adele’s sophomore album has hit the decade mark! The vocal powerhouse celebrated 21’s Jan. 24, 2011, anniversary of the U.K. release date with a little note on Instagram.

“Well I never! Happy 10 years old friend! It’s crazy how little I remember of what it was like and how I felt a decade ago,” she captioned the mini photo gallery, which kicked off with a cover image from the album. “But Thank You from the bottom of my heart for letting us into your lives and letting me be a soundtrack to some of it x.” (See her full post and photos on Instagram.)

Though 21 was released in Europe in January 2011, it wasn’t released in North America until Feb. 22, 2011. It went on to become her first album to top the charts in the United States; it reached No. 1 on the Billboard 200 in March 2011.

The album’s singles also did well, with “Rolling in the Deep,” “Set Fire to the Rain,” and “Someone Like You” each topping the Hot 100. 21 also earned Adele six trophies at the 54th annual Grammy Awards, including album of the year, record of the year, and song of the year. (She has a total of 15 Grammys to date.)

In April 2017, 21 broke Billboard’s record for longest charting album by a woman on the Billboard 200. It surpassed Carole King’s Tapestry with its 319th week at the time. The acclaimed album has since spent a total of 497 weeks on the chart.

Adele’s most recent studio album was 2015’s 25. Though fans are eager for a new LP, the singer hasn’t given any hints as to when her fourth studio album might arrive. While hosting Saturday Night Live on Oct. 24 last year, she revealed that her next album isn’t finished yet. She also told fans on Instagram in August that she isn’t certain about a timeline for it, saying, “I honestly have no idea.”

Nandi Bushell Beats Away Stress With My Chemical Romance Drum Cover: Watch

Take that, stress! Music prodigy Nandi Bushell unleashed her latest rock cover on Sunday (Jan. 24), and this time, she’s beating back the stress of a school week on her drum kit to the tune of My Chemical Romance’s “Welcome to the Black Parade.”

“I love being able to let out all my energy after a stressful week of home learning and online exams,” the 10-year-old’s video description on YouTube reads. “My daddy said I am starting to go through an #emo phase as I discovered My Chemical Romance this week! So so so good! I absolutely love #WelcomeToTheBLACKParade such a great song to let it all out to!”

Dressed like a British toy soldier — complete with the red jacket, white crossed bands and blue pants — Bushell rocked the song, one of MCR’s signature tunes, on the drums while barefoot. After wrapping up the drum solo at the end of the tune, Bushell fiercely put her drumsticks together, set them on top of her kit, and raised her fist with a smile as she caught her breath.

“Welcome to the Black Parade” was the first single off MCR’s third studio album, 2006’s The Black Parade. The song peaked at No. 9 on the Billboard Hot 100 in 2007, and spent 26 weeks on the chart.

Earlier in January, Bushell — who gained fame not only for her spot-on covers, but also her drum-off against Foo Fighters’ Dave Grohl — shared with fans that she had been learning about Britpop and ’90s music. She kicked off the new year with a cover of Blur’s “Song 2″ while wearing a dress she made that was inspired by Ginger Spice on Jan. 3.

Watch Bushell’s MCR drum cover below: