Did Billie Eilish plagiarize a French hit on her album?

Did Billie Eilish plagiarize a French hit on her album?
Did Billie Eilish plagiarize a French hit on her album?
Abaca

Photo credits: Abaca This is what we could call a return to grace. Since Friday, the public has been listening to “Hit Me Hard And Soft”, Billie Eilish’s third event album, on repeat. A highly anticipated record since no single was revealed beforehand, and which turns out to be one of the musical slaps of the year: always accompanied by her brother Finneas, the young popstar delivers a fascinating album which navigates between orchestral pop and dark electro, with some funk or experimental touches on superb pieces like “Chihiro”, “The Greatest”, “Birds of a Feather” or “Lunch”, which already has the right to its video. And it works: yet demanding, the album “Hit Me Hard And Soft” got off to a great start on Spotify with 72 million plays in 24 hours, almost four times more than Dua Lipa’s latest, “Radical Optimism”, to more accessible pop.

“It’s the kiffance”

While waiting for his two concerts at the Accor Arena in Paris in June 2025, the French public immediately threw themselves into the song “L’amour de ma vie”, intrigued by this title. If the rumor mentioned a duet with Pomme or Aya Nakamura, this is ultimately not the case and, apart from this name, no word in the language of Molière resonates on this piece. However, “The love of my life” would have other similarities with French culture… This is what the…

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