While we could go on (and have) about Billie Eilish's hair and style for days, what we should really be focusing on is the musician's placement at Billboard's Hot 100 list. The 17-year-old beat out Lil Nas X's "Old Town Road," which sat in the number-one spot for a record-breaking 19 weeks. 

In an interview with legendary music producer Pharrell for the 20th anniversary of V Magazine, the authentic artist discussed some of the biggest misconceptions about her, the meaning behind her album name, and the possibility that she is clairvoyant. 

In a photo shoot for the issue, Eilish looked like the gorgeous witchy woman that she is with stunning long black hair. 

Fans will recognize those claws anywhere, and the crystal ball symbolized the young star's possible future-telling abilities. 

The 17-year-old revealed to Pharrell that the inspiration for her entire album, including the horror-movie-vibe cover art and music videos, stemmed from a series of nightmares. 

"I understand the poetry and thinking that it could have been some kind of self-sabotage, but what if, because you had these dreams first, what if you’re just simply clairvoyant and you just kept seeing what your first videos were going to look like?" Pharrell suggested in the interview. "Do you believe in clairvoyance?" he asked Eilish. And she excitedly revealed that it did seem like a possibility. 

The 17-year-old looked like a wise witch on the magazine cover shoot.

"I was in London like a couple of months ago, and I had this dream. I woke up from it and we were with a couple of people from my creative team, and I was like, 'I dreamt the video for "Ilomilo" last night.' I wrote it all down, and I explained it all, and I made a whole mood board and we are going to create that video soon," Eilish told Pharrell. 

Eilish also talked about the misconceptions about her style and femininity. 

Eilish shared that while it's great that people see her baggy clothes and think that she is empowering women to be themselves, it's not great when it comes off as shaming women who choose to wear revealing or tight clothing. Eilish also talked about her clothing line Blōhsh and her sense of style. The out-there looks the young artist rocks have always been part of her identity even before she was famous. Eilish even suggested that her desire to be seen as a child could have been her seeing her future in the public eye. 

Eilish said that her debut album came to her in a dream, and the creation was both a frightening and cathartic experience.

The experience of creating the album When We All Fall Asleep Where Do We Go? was a frightening one for the teen. Most of the disturbing imagery and art came to her in a dream. "I made a whole album out of it, and I made a video. I made an experience and exhibit about it. The thing is, my dreams haven’t changed. If anything it made it worse, because I kind of spooked myself," she said. 

After shooting the music video for "Bury a Friend," which definitely has horror movie vibes, Eilish totally freaked herself out. "I started having these horrible nightmares. I saw [things] outside my window and I couldn’t sleep for days. I may have sabotaged myself, but at least I made a [redacted] work of art out of it," Eilish said. 

V Magazine clearly used the enchanted imagery Eilish talked about in the interview for inspiration for the cover shoot. 

The artist wears the longest black hair extensions in the photo series, and she wears both giant gems and long fingernails on her hands. Lately, Eilish has sported her standard midlength hairstyle dyed bright green at the roots. In these photos, she looked like a stunning enchantress wearing a white lace gown and a snake crown in her hair. 

Her hit song "Bad Guy" just beat out "Old Town Road" for the number one spot on the Hot 100 after a record-breaking 19 weeks at the top. 

Lil Nas X's time in the spotlight came to a brief halt when "Bad Guy" topped the charts. There were no hard feelings between the two young artists, and the rapper shared a supportive message. He wrote to Eilish and her brother, Finneas O'Connell, "Congrats to these two on number 1." 

Lil Nas X has been a good sport about the whole thing, but had to make some hilarious jokes on Twitter.

Lil Nas X joked that his record label would be over him now that his record-breaking hit song was no longer number one. The Atlanta native tweeted, "Me when Columbia drop me from the label because Billie Eilish took the number 1 spot" with a clip from SpongeBob SquarePants of Squidward begging for spare change. Eilish is the youngest woman to reach the number one spot on the Billboard Hot 100 since Demi Lovato topped it with "Here We Go Again" in 2009.