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Album: No Time To Die - Single

Artist: Billie Eilish

  • Genre: Alternative
  • Release Date: 2020
  • Explicitness: notExplicit
  • Country: USA
  • Track Count: 1

  • Copyright: ℗ 2020 Darkroom/Interscope Records

Tracklist For No Time To Die - Single By Artist Billie Eilish

Title Artist Time
No Time To Die Billie Eilish 4:02 USD 1.29

Reviews For No Time To Die - Single By Artist Billie Eilish

  • Great song. It’s a real grower.

    By Dougb69
    I liked the sone at first. Listened to it again and again and now I absolutely love it. It’s sounds like a real Bond song, the lyrics are great and love the music by Hans Zimmer in this as well. Certainly better than the previous Bond song.
  • no time to listen again

    By Megan 0571
    so horrible, especially for a Bond movie. how much did it cost to produce this kitch? her video posturing is also beyond clone it’s almost hysterical. more corn syrup from the music industry conveyor belt. matching a zeitgeist commercial not so unique pop product to garner box office views is sad. even if the idea was to grab a younger generation to Bond, there are a lot more classier young talents that can bring class to a legendary once upon a time icon. Bond, has become a lame and redundant product. ugh 😣
  • Love it 💖💖💖💖💖💖✨✨✨💖✨💖✨😏

    By clanplayZ
    Was I stupid to love this song? NO! Love it billieeeeweeeweeeeee
  • yes.

    By mimibeflippin345
  • ❤️

    By Jonas Brother Lover
    Love it!!
  • STOP HATE!!!!!

    By 976431deyhvsyfethgyrf
    Y’all are so stupid to be so mean to Billie YALL CANT EVEN SING LIKE HER SO SHUT UP! Billie is beautiful, amazing, talented, and flawless!!!! So give the girl a BREAK
  • stop

    By prettyboyashtun
    What is up with this girl & Death..?
  • 👍🏻👍🏻👍🏻👍🏻👍🏻!!!!!!!!

    By Song Judge Jury
    i love it !!!!
  • No time to die

    By hamster 8811
    ITS A LITTLE SAD THAT PEOPLE SAY SHES WHISPERING? SHES SINGING! there is some parts that are soft but not whispering! This is a very beautiful song.
  • This is really cool!

    By DenkiBNHAkaminari
    You’d never think Billie Eilish would have music in a bond movie, but it fits. Also, for all them haters, so what if she can’t sing opera music. If you don’t like this style music, than why are you even here? Plus, she’s not whispering into the microphone. If you people have so much opinion and knowledge James Bond music, I’d like to see you try and make music for a bond movie. (Mainly because you’ll definitely fail, and THAT would put a smile on my face.)

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