PREMIERE: Producer oddCouple for Remy Martin and Closed Sessions Series

Closed Session producer oddCouple has been lacing midwest artists with beats for years. He’s worked with Chance, Mick Jenkins, Joey Purp, Kweku Collins, and more. He’s now getting ready to release a project of his own, Liberation. But before we get there, get familiar with the one man band in a unique profile piece presented by Remy Martin and Closed Sessions.

The video details the evolution of his name, the importance of College Dropout to him, the intersection of his musical talents (writing, producing, DJing), and more. Alex Fruchter, founder of Closed Sessions and manager for oddCouple, related the following to us in an email about oddCouple:

“I think oddCouple is the type of producer and person that aims to master their craft. With that comes really studying yourself as well, listening to yourself and kind of working on your strengths. The work oddCouple has put in to that end is evidenced by the records he has been a part of thus far in 2016, and a backbone of his album, Liberation.”

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