R&B-oriented singer, songwriter, and producer Christopher Dotson goes by Prince Chrishan or, more commonly, Chrishan. A native of Minneapolis, Minnesota, though he was born in Toledo, Ohio, he co-wrote Little Mix's "Wings," a 2013 pop single that topped the charts in several countries, including the U.K. The following year, Dotson was more active with credits on releases by Adrian Marcel (the Billboard Top 30 R&B/Hip-Hop hit "2 AM"), Diggy Simmons ("Ain't Bout to Do"), and Kevin Gates ("Homicide"). Additionally, he released his debut album, Heart of a Lion. A collection of warm and romantic pop-R&B, it was released only in Japan.