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Billie Eilish

Even before releasing her debut album, Billie Eilish was already considered a pop prodigy. But since the arrival of When We All Fall Asleep, Where Do We Go? in March, Eilish has churned out a series of blockbuster hits—most notably “Bad Guy,” which topped the Billboard Hot 100 earlier this year, a first for someone born in the 2000s. She has a sound that is tinged with existential vulnerability: “Man is such a fool. Why are we saving him?” she sings on “All the Good Girls Go to Hell.” Still, with fans ranging from Justin Bieber to Elton John, Eilish has proved she can speak to many generations. —Raisa Bruner

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