Not only did Billie Eilish sweep the Grammys on Sunday, but now her record sales have gotten a bump thanks to her awards, Billboard reported on Monday.
Eilish’s sales went up by 109% between Jan. 25 and Jan. 26, the day of the Grammy Awards ceremony, according to Billboard. Her albums and songs sold 15,000 copies on Jan. 26, versus 7,000 copies sold on Jan. 25.
Her hit song “Bad Guy” alone increased by 202%, up to 4,000 sales from 1,000, Billboard reported.
Eilish made history in several ways when she won the four major categories at the Grammys on Sunday, becoming the first female artist ever to do so in the same year, according to CNN.
At 18, she is also the youngest solo performer to win the album of the year award.
Eilish shared the awards for album of the year, record of the year and song of the year with her brother, Finneas O’Connell, who produced the album “When We All Fall Asleep” and co-wrote “Bad Guy,” according to CNN.