In the 38-minute clip, Gibi—who has 1.8 million subscribers and keeps her last name secret for privacy reasons—does not play an instrument or sing, at least not in any normal, hummable sense. Instead, she converts Eilish’s bedroom-pop bangers into the dominant language of the ASMR universe: close-miked whispers. Every sound and lyric is gently enunciated to maximize what is frequently referred to as “tingles”—the inexplicably pleasurable sensation some people experience as a result of aural or tactile triggers, like whispering or head massages. Throughout the mesmerizing, expertly produced performance, Gibi also stimulates the warm buzz of ASMR by rubbing her fingernails against a blanket, drawing in a sketchbook, and tapping quietly on a tiny mirror.
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"She was throwing up everywhere, and nobody was phased. It was just so weird, I was like, 'What?' This is normal? That's normal for you," Billie Eilish says as she dejectedly contemplates the details of a party that inspired her track, "xanny.
bellyache / idontwannabeyouanymore / ocean eyes / bury a friend / when the party's over
Students at Cleveland High School in Reseda were rewarded for their civic engagement, with a special performance by singer/songwriter Billie Eilish.
Billie Eilish Treats Cleveland High To Concert For Winning Mayor's Contest
Students won a Friday concert from the pop singer for voter registration efforts in a contest from Mayor Garcetti. Amy Johnson reports.