Tag: Teddy Riley

INVINCIBLE by Michael Jackson

Released in 2001 on Epic Records, this was the final full studio album of new material that Michael Jackson released before he died. It had been 4 years since he had released his remix album Blood On The Dance Floor, which contained 5 new songs, and 6 years since his last full album History. So…

DANGEROUS by Michael Jackson

After fully embracing pop music on 1987’s BAD album, Michael seemed to purposely re-embrace his R&B music roots on this album. This time Michael did not hire Quincy Jones to produce his album, instead producing most of the album himself along with producers Teddy Riley, Bill Bottrell, and Bruce Swedien. Riley’s involvement is felt most…

BOBBY BROWN – BOBBY

In 1992, Bobby released this follow up to his hit album Don’t Be Cruel. Once again enlisting L.A. and Babyface, along with others, primarily Teddy Riley, this album fully embraced the musical style that became known as New Jack Swing. The five singles from this album were all fantastic. The uptempo tracks, HUMPIN’ AROUND, GET…