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Who Is Dom Dolla’s Unknown ‘Brother Eww' Artist?

6 May 2024 | 9:12 am | Mary Varvaris

“If you made this, you’ve made my day... It’s the best thing I’ve ever heard.”

Dom Dolla

Dom Dolla (Credit: donslens)

If you follow Dom Dolla on TikTok, chances are you’ve seen him share a snippet of a song called Brother Eww by an unknown artist and vibing to it.

Dom Dolla posted a one-minute clip to TikTok back in March, in which he said, “I get sent a lot of music. A lot of people don’t put their names on it, so I don’t know who they’re by. This is one of them.”

Cue a teaser of the then-unreleased Brother Eww. The popular Australian DJ quipped, “If you made this, you’ve made my day. Please let me know—it’s the best thing I’ve ever heard.”

The Rhyme Dust DJ then grooved along to the song that he was early to. Whoever’s behind Brother Eww – at the moment, signs point to an Instagram account run by someone by the name of echidna3000 – officially released the song on Wednesday (1 May).

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Purple Sneakers has reached out about the Brother Eww artist’s identity, but at the time of publication, has received no response. Meanwhile, Bag Raiders commented "tee hee hee" on Dom Dolla’s original TikTok about the song, which has led fans (and fellow producer Kito) to believe they may be behind this actual work of art.

You can listen to Brother Eww and check out Dom Dolla’s reaction to the tune below.

Speaking of vibes: last month, global superstar Taylor Swift was spotted dancing to Dom Dolla and John Summit tunes at Coachella.

In a video captured by Defected Records on X (formerly known as Twitter), Swift was seen swaying to Saving Up with her boyfriend, Travis Kelce, and Ice Spice. Defected Records wrote in an accompanying caption, “Just Taylor Swift vibing in the crowd to Dom Dolla and John Summit at Coachella.” 

This November, Dom Dolla will tour across Australia, with demand leading to additional shows being announced at Sydney’s Domain, Melbourne’s Flemington Racecourse, and Brisbane’s Riverstage. You can find more tour details here.

2023 was a massive year for the Aussie legend, releasing the Platinum-certified Rhyme Dust single, as well as the Gold-certified Eat Your Man (featuring Nelly Furtado) and Saving UpRhyme Dust went on to win Best Dance/Electronic Release at the 2023 ARIA Awards.


whoever created this masterpiece please reveal yourself

♬ original sound - Dom Dolla