Billie Eilish’s songs are demonic, and here are three reasons why kids shouldn’t listen to her
1. Disturbing Billie Eilish’s song ‘Bury a friend’
To put it plainly, the songs sung by Billie Eilish are depressing. The lyrics and music video have dark elements. She is extremely popular among teens, with millions of followers on Spotify and Instagram, and is one of the most-watched music videos on YouTube.
This sort of “dark imagery” began in the seventies, and the devil is in plain sight fifty years later. Katy Perry, Lady Gaga, Nicki Minaj, Ellie Goulding, Cardi B, Jennifer Lopez, Sam Smith, and Miley Cyrus became wildly popular when they included witchcraft and lewd behavior.
Billie outdid them all by endorsing demonic elements in her music at 16 years old. Satan no longer hides in entertainment, and kids think it’s cool.
Satan no longer hides and kids think its cool
The meaning of the song ‘Bury a Friend’
‘Bury a friend’ is literally from the monster’s perspective under the bed. “If you put yourself in that mindset, what is this creature doing or feeling?” Billie said.
“The whole album clicked in my head… I immediately knew what it was going to be about. What the visuals were going to be, and everything in terms of how I wanted it to be perceived,” Billie said.
“It just clicked in my head”
The poetry behind the song is desperation, even suicide, with the lyrics “I wanna end me.” The music video itself is depressing. Its message is simple: Life is hopeless.
Furthermore, the song Bridge, “gotta sell my soul,” is a devilish declaration. In 2016, singer Ellie Goulding admitted in a Billboard interview she “kind of gets possessed by the devil” when performing. Where do these ideas come from?
The Bible is clear, in the last days, many will follow deceitful spirits and the teachings of demons (1 Timothy 4:1).
‘Bury a friend’
Step on the glass, staple your tongue.
Bury a friend; try to wake up.
Cannibal class, killing the sun.
Bury a friend; I wanna end me.
For the debt I owe, gotta sell my soul.
‘Cause I can’t say no, no, I can’t say no.
IS THERE A CURE FOR ANHEDONIA?
2. The message of Bellyache mocks God
Music blog Idolator called Bellyache a “sinister synth-anthem that positively seethes fury and frustration.” You don’t have to go far to the lyrics to know that there’s nothing in the song to make you happy, but only depressed.
Some may argue it’s symbolic and poetic, but who are we kidding? Nothing good comes out of a song that normalizes depression and mental anxiety.
In 2019, the song Bellyache had 200 Million views. During the pandemic lockdown in 2020, it surged to nearly 400 million views. By 2022, it had a combined view of 600 million.
Depression and suicide rates are up
The Bible tells us to focus on things that are good and positive. But the enemy wants us to be depressed and hopeless. These types of music glorify mental illness.
In the last decade, an average of 5,000 young people, ages 15 to 24, have committed suicide each year. Remember, the enemy prowls to devour us (1 Peter 5:8). Satan can cause depression, and kids are easy targets. (John 10:10)
My teenage son listened to her for a while. He said, “I liked her, she had that smile before, but now, she looks depressing.” Contrary to songs of hopelessness, we have hope in Jesus.
Everything I do
The way I wear my noose
Like a necklace
I lost my mind; I don’t mind
Where’s my mind
DAILY QUOTES TO ENCOURAGE TEENAGERS.
3. Billie’s ‘You should see me in a crown’ song mocks Jesus
This song was released in August 2018. By June 2020, almost 200 Million have watched the video. In 2022, it doubled with a combined view of nearly 400 million.
There’s no beating around the bush in the imagery of “crown with a cross.” It is mocking Christ. He tells the world he’s going to win this battle. No wonder Jesus tells us to pray for His second coming, that it comes sooner.
The fall of Satan is imminent when Christ returns (Revelation). He is desperate and scared as hell. The question is, what happens to atheists when they die?
‘You should see me in a crown’
You should see me in a crown
I’m gonna run this nothing town
Watch me make ’em bow
One by one by one
MORE DEMONIC THAN BILLIE EILISH, CAROLESDAUGHTER
Contrary to Billie Eilish’s songs
of hopelessness, we have hope in Jesus