With hard work and determination, Boom-Batt Productions was able to collaborate with many notable artists – Nelly, Snoop Dogg, Mario Winans, Bobby Valentino, Paloma Faith, Fat Man Scoop, Jah-Free, OutKast, and many more have had hits and gold records produced by this bicoastal dynamic duo. They were music composers/producers for The Tom Joyner Show on ABC and wrote the theme song for The Steve Harvey Project show and his stand-up comedy film “Don’t Trip, He Ain’t Through with Me Yet”.
“We collaborate on everything,” Christopher says, speaking of times in LA as well as now. “When we’re working with an artist, usually I’ll get on drums on the drum machine while Matt will knock out some chords on guitar for whatever the singer wants to do. That’s how we write.”
There and Back Again
Having a string of successes and adventures in developing their sound, Chris moved back to North Carolina in April 2010 to join the family restaurant business at Neomonde, while Matt stayed in LA as a musician. Though now living on separate coasts, the two best friends have continued to pursue their musical interest and talent as much as possible.