Fresh off the release of the brilliant "all the good girls go to hell" video, Billie Eilish has been challenged to a round of Song Association by Elle.

The resulting clip sees Eilish shouting out (and briefly performing) songs from the Weeknd, Miley Cyrus, Big Sean, Pink, H.E.R., Clairo, Justin Bieber, Avril Lavigne, Radiohead, Pharrell, and—fittingly—a number of her own tracks.

As revealed earlier this week, Eilish is the new cover star of the U.S. edition of Elle magazine. Read the accompanying interview, conducted by writer Eve Barlow, right here.

Last month, Eilish's excellent "Bad Guy" (which notably received an equally excellent Justin Bieber remix) bagged the top spot on the Billboard Hot 100, effectively ending Lil Nas X's record-setting run at No. 1 with his breakout hit "Old Town Road."

The track, like the aforementioned "all the good girls go to hell," appears on her debut studio full-length When We All Fall Asleep, Where Do We Go? The album was met with critical acclaim upon its release in March, with much of the current pop landscape showing its influence has been immediate and far-reaching.

Next weekend, Billie Eilish takes those songs to the stage at the Music Midtown Festival in Atlanta.