Teddy Riley opened up about working with Doug E. Fresh in this clip, and he went on to talk about producing “The Show,” which also featured Slick Rick.
Teddy explained that he was a member of the group “Kids at Work,” but he didn’t want to call himself a producer. He went on to say that he didn’t know if “The Show” would be a big hit, and Teddy explained how to make the beat over the phone because he was grounded.
Teddy went on to talk about working on Kool Moe Dee’s “Go See the Doctor” at the age of 16, and how he honed his beat-making skills. Teddy then mentioned doing block parties, which is how he met Kool Moe Dee.
Doug E. Fresh & The Get Fresh Crew – "The Show" (1985) 🎧 pic.twitter.com/rpPcTVue2D— OldSchool (@ptplayer) August 30, 2022