[Single] Teddie Cain - Fuck These Niggas @teddiecainjr Produced by: xP Musik Rhythm and Gangsta Music [RGM]
Rhythm and Gangsta Music [RGM] presents Chicago native Teddie Cain. Singer, writer, and producer Teddie Cain is continuing the momentum with his release of single Fuck These Niggas which is a definite nightclub banger and radio smash. The record Fuck These Niggas is Produced by: xP Musik Rhythm and Gangsta Music [RGM] artists Teddie Cain fell in love with music at a very young age. Influenced by a combination of enthralling artists like Marvin Gaye, Al Green, DeBarge, Jodeci, & Master P, it created the captivating & unique style Cain is loved for today. Through his lyrical genius, his audience can tap into his story and feel all the rhythmic genres that have shaped his unique sound. With the birth of his hit single “Dirty Clothes”, being immediately embraced and placed into heavy rotation on radio, Cain began to get the notable attention of several key industry leaders. Teddie Gained his first international coverage via ESPN Films: Benji - 30 for 30 ESPN which featured his single,“No Ghetto.” The ESPN Film Original segment told the gut-wrenching story od 17-year-old Ben Wilson, one of America’s most talented basketball prospects until the sweet-natured young man was senselessly murdered. Music supervisors where struck by the emotional delivery and timbre of Teddie Cain and sparked a chain reaction within the music industry. Achieving such prominent exposure provided Teddie Cain an opportunity to collaborate with a plethora of Industry plugs across the globe including, to Pharris, DJ Allstyles. DJ Swift, DJ Arron, DJ Erik Felix, DJ Big Bill, DJ Delany, DJ World, DJ Gino, DJ Rosskid, DJ Supa, DJ Tab, DJ Chedda, DJ Big Eddie, DJ Hollywood, DJ V Dub, DJ J Nicks, Greg Street, DJ Blue, DJ Cadillac , DJ Clark, DJ Baby Face; that’s the short list. As part owner of the label RGM and as an upcoming superstar, Teddie Cain is on track to see #1 with a bullet on the airwaves and charts across the wide realm of music.
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