The King Of New Jack Swing: 11 Hit Songs You Probably Didn’t Know Teddy Riley Wrote And Produced

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August 19, 2014 ‐ By
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A majority of the music we were jamming to in the late ’80s and early ’90s we can thank Teddy Riley for. One of the big New Jack Swing producers of the time, Riley made hits for all your favorite artists. Jams for Heavy D. “Remember The Time” for Michael Jackson? Yeah, that was him. He also collaborated with Jay Z (“City is Mine”). And it should be known that all Guy songs and Blackstreet jams (“No Diggity” anyone?) were brought to fruition with the help of Riley. He’s a genius really. And while we knew he was behind some major hits, there are others we found out about that surprised us, like the following songs:

 

“It’s In The Mornin'” by Robin Thicke feat. Snoop Dogg

The song, off of Thicke’s Sex Therapy: The Session album 2009), was probably the biggest hit on the CD next to the song the album is named after. It was the anthem for those who enjoy fooling around first thing in the morning.

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  • Momma Dee Tha Q.U.E.E.N

    Remember the Time is easy to pick up that he did, you can hear it when the tempo changes towards the end that has Teddy’s New Jack sound plastered on it.

  • Stacy D. Smith

    The sound of the 80’s. Teddy Riley’s always been a problem on production!

  • Steve Stone

    Teddy and you got a story on Babyface. Them dudes made some hits

  • Hope Floats

    TEDDY, JAM FOR ME NOW!

  • Jay Lamont

    T. RILEY USE TO BE THE BIZ.
    #BLK MUSIC DUN FELL OFF NOWADAYS