live up to the hype vs. live up to the billing?

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Hello everyone:

Can I used these two expressions interchangeably? Don't "hype" and "billing" carry different connotations?

Example:

The new weight-loss medication is living up to the hype. It's really working.

Can I say <The new weight-loss medication is living up to the billing. It's really working>?

Source: myself

Thanks
 
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