Teddy Riley Biography
Teddy Riley is an American record producer, singer, songwriter, and multi-instrumentalist who is credited with inventing the new jack swing genre. Riley has worked with Michael Jackson, Bobby Brown, Keith Sweat, Samantha Mumba, and Doug E. Fresh on hip hop and R&B.
How old is Teddy Riley?- Age
Teddy is 54 years old as of October 2021. He was born Edward Theodore Riley on October 8, 1967, in Harlem, New York, United States of America.
Teddy Riley Height
He stands at a height of 5’6″ (1.7 m).
Teddy Riley Family – Siblings – Brother
Riley was born and raised in St. Nicholas Houses, Harlem, New York. His information regarding her parents and siblings is not yet available but once available.
Teddy Riley Wife – Daughter
Riley is happily married to his wife Donna Roberts. Riley and his wife Dona are proud parents of eight children, four daughters, and four boys. Daughter, (Nia Riley-Step daughter), Taja Riley, Dejanee Riley, Bobbie Riley, Sons, Samar Riley, Lil Teddy Riley, Dante Horne, TJ Riley.
Teddy Riley Daughters – R.I.L.E.Y Group
Teddy is a proud father of three daughters Deja Riley, Taja Riley, and Bobbie Riley. The three sisters formed a girl group R.I.L.E.Y. officially in 2010, under the guidance of their legendary music producer father, Teddy. His daughters were born in New Rochelle, New York, and raised in Virginia Beach, VA. Currently, they live in Los Angeles.
Teddy Riley Career
Michael Jackson’s eighth studio album “Dangerous” was co-produced by Teddy, Bill Bottrell, and Bruce Swedien. Epic Records released the album on November 26, 1991. Dangerous debuted at number one on the Billboard 200, as well as in ten other countries’ charts. Between November 1991 and December 1993, nine singles were released, two of which were only available outside of the United States. Teddy’s stepdaughter Nia Riley was assaulted by his ex-boyfriend Soulja Boy. Soulja and Riley have been on and off for years, and the two are clearly done for good. During scene 8 of “MBC,” which aired on Thursday, the ex-couple engaged in a dangerous battle while the rest of the cast was sleeping.
Riley, who said a final farewell to Soulja kid because of their consistent quarreling, hollered for him to be calm and “leave” her alone while looking on her cellphone. “Large Draco” became unsettled that Riley wasn’t giving him any consideration and rushed her. He bounced onto Riley’s bed, which was over the room from his, and attempted to snatch the telephone out of her hand. The mother of one belted out an ear-puncturing shout while dismissing him from her as he got her foot.
Teddy’s uncle owned the acclaimed Harlem club The Rooftop, manufactured a studio in the club in which Riley would invest the vast majority of his energy while growing up. By 14, upstate[dubious – discuss] New York rappers started making music to his tracks. Under the direction of nearby music maker Gene Griffin, Riley shaped the brief gathering Kids at Work. At 18 years old, Riley delivered Kool Moe Dee’s 12″ single, “Go See the Doctor”. Discharged on an autonomous mark in 1986, the tune turned into a hybrid hit, coming to No.89 on the Billboard Hot 100. Riley had recently chipped away at the creation of Doug E. New and the Get Fresh Crew’s “The Show” in 1985.
Teddy Riley Songs- Produced Songs
- Ladies’ Night (song)
- Let’s Chill
- Liar (Profyle song)
- Love in the 90z
- D-O-G Me Out
- Dancin’ (Guy song)
- Dangerous (Michael Jackson song)
- Demon (song)
- Do Thangz
- Don’t Leave Me (Blackstreet song)
- Take Me There (Blackstreet and Mýa song)
- Teddy’s Jam
- Teeth (Lady Gaga song)
- That’s the Way Love Is (Bobby Brown song)
- Those Gurlz
- Tonight’s the Night (Blackstreet song)
- Remember the Time
- Right Here (SWV song)
- ‘Round and ‘Round (Merry Go ‘Round of Love)
- Rump Shaker (song)
Teddy Riley’s Net Worth
Teddy has an estimated net worth of $4 million.