About Teddy Riley
Edward Theodore Riley (born October 8, 1967) is a singer, composer, and record producer from the United States who is credited with inventing the new jack swing genre.
Riley attributes the genre's moniker to Barry Michael Cooper.
Michael Jackson, Bobby Brown, Keith Sweat, Samantha Mumba, Doug E. Fresh, Today, Heavy D & the Boyz, Hi-Five, Men of Vizion, and Profyle, as well as his fronted groups Guy and Blackstreet, merged hip hop and R&B in their production work.
Riley's consistency and percussion ideas influenced modern-day R&B, which has included additional sampling and rapping passages in addition to singing since his time, a technique that was reminiscent of the Jackson family in part.
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