— ESPN (@espn) November 2, 2018
Heading into Week 10 of the college football season, there’s a lot on the line for both the players and the fans. ESPN enlisted singer songwriter Billie Eilish and an exclusive remix of her hit song “you should see me in a crown” to accompany some of the key teams and plays of the season in a new video from ESPN. The video previews the emotion and drama to come in the final weeks of the season as teams vie for a place in the College Football Playoff.
Billie Eilish has now surpassed 2.5 billion combined global streams, while her current single ‘you should see me in a crown’ continues to climb at radio and ‘lovely’ (with Khalid) has now been certified RIAA PLATINUM. Tracks from her debut EP ‘dont smile at me’ continue to their momentum with “ocean eyes” being certified RIAA PLATINUM while “bellyache,”and “idontwanttobeyouanymore” are now officially certified RIAA GOLD in North America.
Across the seas in Australia, “ocean eyes” and “bellyache” are both certified PLATINUM, while“lovely” (with Khalid) is now TWICE PLATINUM and both “watch” and “idontwanttobeyouanymore” are now GOLD. In the U.K, Billie is the first international artist to be awarded a BRIT BREAKTHROUGH AWARD for her debut EP. She is also the youngest artist to ever get listed in the BBC Radio 1 Sound Polls. She has consistently sold out headlining tours across the globe and is currently making waves with her latest single “you should see me in a crown,” garnering more than a million combined streams in the first 24 hours upon release.
Billie’s current release and video for ‘when the party’s over’ was the # 1 most trending video on YouTube and currently sits at more than 20 million views. The track peaked at #1 on Apple Music and iTunes Alt charts, was the #1 most played song on Beats1 Radio this week and surpassed 15 million Spotify streams, 6 million Apple streams and 7 million YouTube streams upon release.
The College Football Playoff selection committee released its first round of rankings this week. ESPN’s rankings show, The College Football Playoff: Top 25 will continue for five consecutive Tuesdays, with each episode beginning at 7 p.m. from the ESPN’s Bristol, Conn., studios. The one exception is the November 6 episode which will be live from Bankers Life Fieldhouse, at approximately 9 p.m., in between games of the State Farm Champions Classic. The first (Oct. 30), third (Nov. 13), and fourth (Nov. 20) weekly reveals will be an hour, with the second (Nov. 6) and fifth (Nov. 27) shows being a half hour.
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