Billie Eilish has picked up another Oscar nomination for Best Original Song for her Barbie soundtrack song “What Was I Made For?”

Eilish is nominated alongside her brother and co-writer, FINNEAS. Barbie‘s “I’m Just Ken” is nominated in the same category.

Other songs nominated include Flamin’ Hot‘s “The Fire Inside” written by Diane Warren and performed by Becky G, American Symphony‘s “It Never Went Away” written by Jon Batiste and Semisonic’s Dan Wilson and performed by Batiste, and Killers of the Flower Moon‘s “Wahzhazhe (A Song for My People)” written by Scott George and performed by The Osage Tribal Singers.

In a statement, Eilish and FINNEAS shared their gratitude for the nomination.

We are so incredibly honored to receive a nomination for “What Was I Made For?” As lifelong fans of film, music in film and the Academy Awards, this means everything to us. We are so grateful to the Academy, its members, and to be recognized alongside so many songwriters that we respect and admire. Our deepest gratitude and thanks go out to the incomparable Greta Gerwig and Noah Baumbach for their genius vision and execution, the entire Barbie cast and crew, Lucky Chap Entertainment and the Warner Bros. Pictures team. Thank you to Mark Ronson and Andrew Wyatt for weaving our song into the fabric and heart of this film so well. And a special shout out to Margot Robbie for her incredible foresight as a producer and brilliant performance that resonated with us so profoundly when writing this song. We are truly honored. Thank you.

In 2022, Eilish and FINNEAS won the Oscar for Best Original Song for their James Bond theme “No Time To Die”.

The 2024 Academy Awards will be held on March 10 at the Dolby Theatre in Los Angeles hosted by Jimmy Kimmel.