BLACK MUSIC MOMENT #66: Teddy Riley Moves To VA, Meets Neptunes

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Future Records Recording Studio

When: 1990

What: Harlem native Teddy Riley was instrumental in the rise of New Jack Swing; R&B infused with Hip-Hop flavored beats. After making his move to VA he would influence a number of new producers, including VA natives Timbaland, Missy Elliott and production duo The Neptunes.


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