Billie Eilish successfully overcame her self-doubts as she released her new album "Happier Than Ever."

Amid the great success she is enjoying, Eilish still experienced what most singers went through before reaching the peak of their careers.

Billie Eilish Reflects on Self-Doubt

On her official YouTube channel, Eilish released the Vevo interview for "Happier Than Ever." The four-minute-long clip detailed the content of the new album and Eilish's struggles toward success.

The album, which will be released on July 30, includes the three songs she has already released so far - "NDA," "Lost Cause," and "Your Power."

The description shared a sneak-peek of what the young singer reflected, especially the self-doubt she felt during the early days of her career.

"Before, I always felt under pressure and anxious and felt like I wasn't doing enough, right, or doing a good job. Or this isn't good enough. I felt like I wasn't very talented at the time, and I actually feel much more confident in my craft now," she confessed.

The 19-year-old singer added that she worked hard on changing things and turning the negative things about her into positive ones. Because of this, she felt like she created the album in perfect time.

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She also admitted that she does not know which of her songs will do well. Thus, she worked so hard to pick what's best for her and her fans.

Instead of the tune, Eilish focused on picking the songs through its lyrics since it is what the fans will appreciate. Her plan all along is to make everyone see what an album could contain and deliver to people.

Eilish Has Goals

Apart from her exclusive interview with Vevo, she also sat down with Rolling Stone where she hinted that her forthcoming album would introduce who she is.

At that time, she described herself as a private person. Although she has been in the spotlight for years, people - even her fans - still do not have an idea who she is.

"I have such a loud personality that makes people feel like they know everything about me and they literally don't at all," she said. "[My main takeaways should be that] I can sing. That I'm a woman. That I have a personality."

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