Billie Eilish just made history--Again.

The 18-year-old isn’t letting her age stop her from accomplishing her dreams. She recently broke records at the Grammy’s in January when she became the youngest person ever to win the four biggest categories: best new artist, album of the year, song of the year and record of the year.

Now, her newest single “No Time to Die” marks her as the youngest person ever to write and record a theme song for a “James Bond” movie, according to the Los Angeles Times. Like her other songs, “No Time to Die” was co-written and produced by her brother Finneas O’Connell.

In the past, more seasoned veterans like Adele, Sam Smith, Paul McCartney, Madonna and Tina Turner have recorded “James Bond” theme songs. But Eilish has often received praise for the nature of her voice — which exudes the same sense of a woman wise beyond her years in the slow crescendo of this new song, according to NPR

Eilish didn’t record the song only for clout, as it seems she herself is a fan of the “Bond” franchise.

“It feels crazy to be a part of [‘No Time to Die’] in every way,” Eilish said when her involvement was announced. “To be able to score the theme song to a film that is part of such a legendary series is a huge honor. James Bond is the coolest film franchise ever to exist. I’m still in shock.”

She and her brother had dreams of recording a “Bond” theme song for the past couple of years, Rolling Stone reported.

“Like two years ago, we were like, wouldn’t it be crazy to make a song for the Bond movies, and, like, wouldn’t that be dope?” Eilish said. “And so, kind of for two years-ish, we’ve been subconsciously trying to… in our own way. And, like, we’ve written songs that have never come out that are, like, oh, this sounds like Bond, like, this would be dope, like, it would never happen, whatever. And then this offer came up and we were like, ‘Ahhhh!'”

You can hear Eilish’s new song in theaters with the release of “James Bond 007: No Time to Die” in April.