NewsBillie Eilish used to have doubts about her talent

Billie Eilish used to have doubts about her talent

She felt the same way as many teenagers of the same age: Even superstar Billie Eilish was plagued by self-doubt.

Los Angeles – Despite great success with her first album, US singer Billie Eilish claims to have long had serious doubts about her work and talent.

"I always felt under pressure and scared and had the feeling that I wasn't doing enough right or not doing a good job," the 19-year-old told the music video service Vevo, looking back on her previous work. "Back then I had the feeling that I wasn't particularly talented and today I feel a lot more self-confident in my craft."

While she was writing “Happier Than Ever” on her second album, she thought a lot about herself and her experiences so far, says Eilish. That felt “very natural and good and satisfying”.

"Happier Than Ever" will be released on July 30th. Eilish's first album "When We All Fall Asleep, Where Do We Go?" Had earned the young American seven Grammys. dpa

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