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Teddy Music

Hailing from East London, Teddy started off his music career as DJ Silencer in 2003 at the tender age of 14. His passion for music grew in strength with the aid of local youth clubs where he was allowed to hone his mixing skills, resulting in his rise to the top at London’s leading pirate radio station, Rinse Fm. Recently his show has seen a change in time, from late at night to a prime time driving slot, clearly illustrating the positive reception his shows have been receiving due to the excellent selection, tight mixing and a high level of professionalism while on air. Accompanied with MC and DJ guests alike on his show as well as the various bookings he has acquired up and down the country, Teddy has fortified his position in the Grime scene and is also seeing success commercially, with production credits on the album releases from grime legends Skepta, Lethal Bizzle & the forthcoming albums Ghetts & D – Double E.

Teddy began producing at the age of 17, presenting a strong production brand aided with his influence in the scene as a DJ as well as with his recording group Underground Unit. The collective, with Teddy contributing with his powerful productions, has seen great success on Channel AKA (formerly Channel U), charting twice in top 5 positions. Although this proved as great promotion for Teddy, what really catapulted him onto the scene was his monstrous creation, “World War 4” which since seeing a vinyl release along with three other Teddy instrumentals, has been appearing in playlists of every major grime radio station from Logan Sama’s Kiss 100 slot to Tim Westwood’s BBC Radio One & 1xtra shows.

Forging his own hard hitting unique take on the UK Grime sound, Teddy is now highly recognised as one of the top producers in the scene, armed with a catalogue of hits that have been damaging club dance-floors, raves and radio sets as well mixtapes and albums. A collection of the instrumentals that have been floating about as well as some exclusive unheard material have been collated into a CD project entitled ‘Run The CD.’ The release boasts fifteen Teddy productions and documents some of his most famous work including the ‘Final Lap’ and the aforementioned ‘World War 4’ as well as showcasing some exclusive gems including ‘Dirtbag’ and ‘Goblin.’
The U.K. underground scene has seen a dramatic increase in the production of instrumental CDs in recent times yet with ‘Run The CD,’ Teddy has established himself as one of the leading pioneers to put forward a solid product, filled to the brim with tracks that up and coming artists and DJs will value for years to come. Aside from the massive attraction an instrumental CD has to those within the industry, one must not forget that there are numerous fans out there that are desperate to get their hands on some decent beats and Teddy has certainly succeeded with ‘Run The CD’ in meeting their demands.

In the second half of the year; whilst concentrating on his radio show which has been moved to a prime time slot, Teddy has extended his already large portfolio with some exciting collaborations with the top artists in the scene. Working on both singles with the likes of Boy Better Know’s JME, and Slew Dem’s Tempa T, as well as featuring on mixtapes from artists such as P Money, Blacks, Stutta & Blive 2010 looks prosperous for Teddy and the Grime scene as a whole. Teddy also has a grime instrumental album planned for release in the early 2010 joint with an up and Coming Producer G.Tank Music, a very talented producer to watch out for in the near future.
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