By now, almost everyone knows where Billie Eilish created her debut album, When We All Fall Asleep, Where Do We Go? however, it still comes as a shock to some when they hear the album was produced and recorded inside her older brother’s bedroom, which is inside their family home.

 

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Finneas revealed the reason, via Twitter, as to why he chose to create such a masterpiece in a bedroom,  “People act like recording Billie’s album in my bedroom was difficult but in reality, every time I’m in a fancy ass studio, it takes them a f*****g hour to get the aux cord working.”

 

 

 

Immediately afterwards, Finneas noticed his tweet has been retweeted more than 12,000 times and favorited more than 200,000 times on Twitter.  In a response, Finneas writes, “Okay.  This blew up lmao … check out the music I make with my little sis – she’s gonna be huge one day.”

 

 

 

 

 

Artists, producers, engineers and managers from all over replied to Finneas, either with laughing emojis, agreeing with his statements or inviting him and his sister to record at their studio.

 

 

Well, Finneas must’ve done something right because he and Billie took home five GRAMMY awards last weekend.

 

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Music Is music – doesn’t matter where it’s recorded!

 

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