The singer-songwriter from Florida, Dominic Fike took Euphoria Season 2 by storm with his character, Elliot. A new member to the Rue and Jules crew, Elliot shares similar troubles and stirs the pot between the friends. With all current episodes now on HBO Max to stream, fans can also listen to the music from the season with Euphoria (Original Score from the HBO Series).
The score composed and produced by Labrinth includes the track “Elliot’s Song,” featuring Dominic Fike, Zendaya, and Labrinth which made waves on social media after its debut on Episode 8 of the season. The score also includes loads of instrumental tracks plus other favorites like “Rue’s I’m Tired,” “Fez’s Interlude (with Angus Cloud), and more. Fans can order the special edition box set which includes a CD and t-shirt.
Labrinth expressed his gratitude to the Euphoria fans for letting him share this experience with them and work with the cast like Zendaya and Dominic Fike on the score. “I want to thank all of you for making this music come alive much more than I could ever imagine. You make the work I put into creating even more worth the love and the grind. This is a big part of how I make music now all because of you.”
Dominic Fike will be returning to Euphoria next season as Elliot. He shared the news with Jimmy Fallon before the Season 2 finale. There’s some time before Season 3 kicks off, but before then check out what Dominic thinks of some of the fan theories people are cooking online.
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Dominic Fike’s character Elliot took the new season of Euphoria by storm. The singer-turned-actor was able to show off his musical artistry on the season finale of the show as he serenaded Zendaya’s character, Rue, with a heartfelt and emotional song. Elliot’s Song has been cut down to a shorter version for its release as the version used for the show had fans a bit ruffled with its original length on the show.
The Director’s cut of the song has since been left on the editing room floor. The new version is cut down to a more palatable length. The track was penned by Zendaya and Labrinth, who also helped lead the scoring of the hit show. Fike’s vocals beautifully pair with Zendaya, and you can now stream the song on all major streaming platforms.
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Dominic Fike, Fil-Am from Florida has been making his rounds in all things entertainment. He’s a musician, songwriter, model, and now actor. His career has evolved from writing hits to taking center stage on the small screen. Let’s get to know this multifaceted creator with these 5 facts!
1. Co-stars with Zendaya in HBO Max’s Euphoria as Elliot.
More people have been recognizing him recently as Elliot in the hit series, Euphoria. Elliot is a main character in the second season of the series who Zenday’s character met at a New Year’s Eve party. They share common experiences and struggles with substance abuse.
2. Before acting, Dominic was hitting the top of the charts as a musician.
The accomplished artist learned how to play guitar at 10 years old. His music career started when he began releasing tracks on SoundCloud and started building a following. Dominic’s 2018 debut single, “3 Nights” reached the top ten in multiple countries. Since then he released his debut album, What Could Possibly Go Wrong in 2020 which charted in the Top 50 in multiple countries with lead tracks, “Chicken Tenders” and Politics & Violence.”
3. Add model to his resume because Dominic was featured in the 2021 Calvin Klein Fall Campaign
He was one of the newest faces for the #MyCalvins campaign to show the line of the brand. The campaign, “The Language of Calvin Klein” explored the insight of self-expression through words and clothing.
4. Dominic’s musical collaborations include some of the biggest artists
He’s so versatile as a musician that he’s collaborated with Halsey, Brockhampton, Khalid, Justin Bieber and Paul McCartney to name a few. Dominic often collabs with Brockhampton’s Kevin Abstract on multiple projects. Last year he was part of the reimagined project for the album, McCartney Reimagined III where he performed “The Kiss of Venus” with Paul McCartney. Another fan of his is none other than Spider-Man himself, Tom Holland.
5. He’s close to his family
Dominic has a tattoo on his face of an apple. It represents his sister whose name is Apple. The Fil-Am is a middle child with an older sibling, Sean, and two younger siblings Alex and Apple. He is also close to his mom, telling NME that family plays a huge role in his life and measures success based on how he can support them, “I wouldn’t know any other way of measuring it.”
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“3 Nights” artist Dominic Fike is taking his stab at acting. He’ll be starring in Season 2 of the Emmy nominated HBO Max series, Euphoria alongside Zendaya. Drake who’s a producer of the show posted the trailer for the new season and it looks like Rue has her work cut out. Mark your calendars for the premiere on January 9th.
There’s loads of the cast coming back this season. Those returning are Storm Reid, who plays Rue’s little sister, Sydney Sweeney, Barbie Ferreira, Jacob Elordi, Alexa Demie, Angus Cloud, and Maude Apatow. The new faces we’ll see popping through are Minka Kelly, Demetrius “lil Feech” Flenory Jr., and Dominic Fike.
Fike’s character is a fellow “degenerate”/homie to Rue (Zendaya) and Jules, played by Hunter Schafer. Will we be seeing the duo of Rue and Jules become a trio? Fike told Variety that they’re some of the nicest people and super funny. His character also reminds him of his younger self, “I don’t have to do much acting. He’s exactly like me. It’s shit I would say and shit I would do.”
Details about the upcoming season has been kept on the down low. Show runner Sam Levinson told Hollywood Reporter there’s a lot to unpack on Rue, “I think that there’s a lot more to delve into and unpack in terms of the effects of addiction on Rue and on her family and those around her.” We’re all excited to see how it all unfolds and if you need to catch up, check out Season 1 on now streaming on HBO Max.
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