The Echo Brothers  
Scott Chad Royce
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Chad Royce and Scott Mann are "The Echo Brothers," a Pop/Electro/Rock writing and production team based in New York City. Both New York City natives, they met at Brown University and moved back to the city to pursue careers in music. Chad played drums professionally while Scott earned his Masters in Music Technology from NYU.

Their first major-label project was the production of six tracks for legendary artist Meshell Ndegeocello on her seventh studio album "The World Has Made Me The Man of My Dreams." The duo later came to the attention of Sam Hollander and Dave Katz (S*A*M and Sluggo), with whom they co-produced a number of artists including Hot Chelle Rae, Boys Like Girls, We The Kings, Stereo Skyline, Big Time Rush, and Allstar Weekend.

Scott and Chad went on to co-write and produce JTX's "Love in America" the number one song on Sirius XM Hits (Channel #1) in 2011. The song was also used to promote the movie "Friends With Benefits." The same year they wrote and produced "Mr. Taxi" for the Japanese pop-sensation Girls Generation, which reached #1 in Japan and is certified platinum. More recently, the duo co-wrote and co-produced "Honestly," the third single from pop act "Hot Chelle Rae," which reached #30 on the Billboard pop chart.

Formerly called "Right Hook Productions" they have recently re-named themselves "The Echo Brothers."

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