Who Is Billie Eilish’s Brother? 5 Fast Facts You Need to Know About Finneas O’connell

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Billie Eilish and her brother Finneas O’Connell have won an Oscar as a brother-sister duo, but Finneas is making a name for himself as a solo act at this year’s Grammy awards.

Finneas is a 25-year-old nominee for a best new artist. Olivia Rodrigo, Saweetie, and the Kid LAROI, all of whom have a lot of fans on the Internet, are also in the running.

He is also up for a bunch of other Grammys and will perform at the April 3 show with Eilish. Here are some things you should know about Finneas before he performs, besides the fact that he is the older brother of the “Happier Than Ever” singer.

Finneas O’Connell: Biography

Finneas Baird O’Connell was born on July 30, 1997. He is an American singer-songwriter, record producer, and actor who goes by the name Finneas. He has written and produced music for many artists, including his sister Billie Eilish. He has been nominated for 13 Grammy Awards, including the Big Four categories, and has won eight of them.

He is the youngest act ever to win the Producer of the Year award for non-classical music. He has won Album of the Year, Album of the Year, Song of the Year, Best Pop Vocal Album, and Best Engineered Album, Non-Classical for his work with Eilish.

For his solo work, he was also up for Best New Artist. He won an Oscar, a Golden Globe, and another Grammy for the song “No Time to Die” from the movie of the same name.

Some Facts About Finneas O’Connell

How Working With Khalid Influenced Him

Khalid, a singer, and songwriter said that working with Billie and Finneas on Lovely was a very educational experience for him. When asked about his influences, he said that he learned a lot about appreciating what people can teach him, even if their music doesn’t directly affect his work.

He called Khalid “a real music scholar” and said, “He knows so much about so many artists that you wouldn’t think Khalid would know about.”

He Created A Song For Camila Cabello.

Finneas was the one who made the song “Used to This” on Camila Cabello’s 2019 album “Romance.” The producer was really excited to work with her, and Camila loved the song they made together.

“One of my favorite artists is Camila Cabello. She is now also my friend, which makes me feel VERY COOL!!! I was in awe as I watched her set at Lollapalooza last summer. I immediately sent a text message to my manager/publisher saying that I would die to write with her. I’m so happy to be a part of this album because I love it so much. Much love to you, Camila. Enjoy the life of this beautiful album “Finneas put it in writing.

The First Song He Every Wrote

Finneas and Billie both started writing songs when they were very young. These days, they work together on almost everything, but it wasn’t always that way. Billie talked about how they started writing songs and how they made their first songs.

“We didn’t write the first songs we worked on together. He wrote a song called “She’s Broken,” and I wrote one called “Fingers Crossed.” We recorded them and put them on SoundCloud just for fun.”

Then, they wrote Ocean Eyes together and put it on SoundCloud. The rest is history.

Work Done With Selena Gomez

Selena Gomez’s song “Lose You to Love Me” went straight to the top of the Billboard Hot 100 in 2019. Finneas O’Connell was the man in charge of making the hit. Selena said that she asked Finneas to add a few things to the song because Billie and Finneas are on the same label as her.

She said it was a last-minute decision, but Finneas was very nice and gave the song a final touch that really made a difference. Finneas was also happy to have worked with her, and when the single came out, he said it was an honor to have contributed to it.

He Suffers From Synesthesia

Simply put, synesthesia is a neurological condition that alters perception. Certain concepts, such as sounds or numbers, can be colored in the minds of people who have synesthesia. Finneas deals with this, and he explained how it affects his creative process.

“The whole point of synesthesia is that it is essentially innate. ‘Let’s Fall in Love for the Night,’ for example, is orange. It has a rusty orange hue to it. It has the color of an autumn leaf. And I’m not sure why, and I didn’t choose it.

But that is the case. And, in my opinion, people have elevated synesthesia to the level of a superpower, which I do not believe is the case. But it’s definitely a fun place to start if you’re like, ‘Where do I even begin with this?’ And you’re thinking, ‘How does it make me feel?'”

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