When Earl Sweatshirt’s new album, "Doris," is released Tuesday, fans will note the presence of the L.A.-based production team Christian Rich on four tracks. In addition to the first single, “Chum,” the pair -- twin brothers Tai and Kehinde Hassan -- played key roles in the production of the strange and magnetic tracks “Centurion” and “Knight,” as well as the RZA-co-produced “Molasses.”
The brothers have been on a roll of late, having produced "Sparks Will Fly" for J. Cole’s breakout album "Born Sinner," and two others for Chris Brown’s forthcoming full length release. The team recently signed a label deal with Sony/RED for their new singles imprint Good Luck Chuck. As well, four d...
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