Teddy DouglasWhat does Micheal Jackson, Lenny Kravitz, Crystal Waters, Erykah Badu, Martha Wash and Ultra Naté all have in common? All of them have been produced by Teddy Douglas. The Baltimore native DJ/producer began his DJ career professionally in 1983 at the hottest clubs in Baltimore D.C. area till present.

While still traveling around the globe in DJ booths from famed Yellow in Japan to Ministry of Sound in the UK, Teddy continues to excite crowds around the globe as a solo artist and with his brothers DJ Spen and Karizma, as the legendary Basement Boys. The trio have wowed audiences from Southport Weekender to SuncéBeat in Croatia. Hands down, the highlight of his DJ career has been playing in front of 40,000 people for The Chosen Few picnic.

Teddy Douglas continues to be a key figure in the development of the Baltimore “House” Sound. Teddy curates a night in Baltimore, with partner DJ Tanz, called ‘Monday Night Studio Sessions’ at Rockwell, featuring artists and musicians.

In 1985, Teddy met Jay Steinhour and Thommy Davis, who later went on to form The Basement Boys production company. The Basement Boys have produced countless dance classics including Ultra Nate  “It’s over now,”  Mass Order “Lift every voice,” Those Guys “Tonight”  and the 1991 Gold single Crystal Waters’ “Gypsy Woman” (la da dee, la da da), which to this day, has been sampled by everyone from R&B Gospel duo Mary Mary, Pitbull to T.I.

In the mid 90’s Teddy Douglas and Jay Steinhour opened Basement Boys Records. The label is responsible for club anthems from Teddy Douglas feat Francesso, ‘The Violin’, Jasper St. Co. feat. Ann Nesby, Those Guys and countless others from Kenny Bobien, Taja Seville and more. In 2012 the label re-launched with Mudfoot Jones.

As head of A&R for Basement Boys Records and head honcho for his own label Save Your Soul, Teddy continued to develop artists including releases with R&B crooner, Marcel Russell and the quirky talented singer-songwriter Margaret Grace, with the club classics ‘Whatcha Gonna Do’ and ‘God Created Woman.’

Teddy Douglas has been doing this for over 30 years and no sign of slowing down. In 2019, he teamed with Nervous Records to release a Jasper Street Co.  full length LP, entitled “Rejoicing”, which received a Grammy nomination for best remix ‘Praying for you’, remix by Louie Vega.

In 2021, Teddy collaborated with Quantize Records to pay tribute to his musical heroes Kenny Gamble and Leon Huff for the groundbreaking Baltimore Philadelphia International LP, that went to #1 on Traxsource. There are many projects in the works for 2024, including ‘Tribute to Q .’ an EP honoring the legendary Quincy Jones and a Teddy Douglas solo LP.

Teddy DouglasWhat does Micheal Jackson, Lenny Kravitz, Crystal Waters, Erykah Badu, Martha Wash and Ultra Naté all have in common? All of them have been produced by Teddy Douglas. The Baltimore native DJ/producer began his DJ career professionally in 1983 at the hottest clubs in Baltimore D.C. area till present.

While still traveling around the globe in DJ booths from famed Yellow in Japan to Ministry of Sound in the UK, Teddy continues to excite crowds around the globe as a solo artist and with his brothers DJ Spen and Karizma, as the legendary Basement Boys. The trio have wowed audiences from Southport Weekender to SuncéBeat in Croatia. Hands down, the highlight of his DJ career has been playing in front of 40,000 people for The Chosen Few picnic.

Teddy Douglas continues to be a key figure in the development of the Baltimore “House” Sound. Teddy curates a night in Baltimore, with partner DJ Tanz, called ‘Monday Night Studio Sessions’ at Rockwell, featuring artists and musicians.

In 1985, Teddy met Jay Steinhour and Thommy Davis, who later went on to form The Basement Boys production company. The Basement Boys have produced countless dance classics including Ultra Nate  “It’s over now,”  Mass Order “Lift every voice,” Those Guys “Tonight”  and the 1991 Gold single Crystal Waters’ “Gypsy Woman” (la da dee, la da da), which to this day, has been sampled by everyone from R&B Gospel duo Mary Mary, Pitbull to T.I.

In the mid 90’s Teddy Douglas and Jay Steinhour opened Basement Boys Records. The label is responsible for club anthems from Teddy Douglas feat Francesso, ‘The Violin’, Jasper St. Co. feat. Ann Nesby, Those Guys and countless others from Kenny Bobien, Taja Seville and more. In 2012 the label re-launched with Mudfoot Jones.

As head of A&R for Basement Boys Records and head honcho for his own label Save Your Soul, Teddy continued to develop artists including releases with R&B crooner, Marcel Russell and the quirky talented singer-songwriter Margaret Grace, with the club classics ‘Whatcha Gonna Do’ and ‘God Created Woman.’

Teddy Douglas has been doing this for over 30 years and no sign of slowing down. In 2019, he teamed with Nervous Records to release a Jasper Street Co.  full length LP, entitled “Rejoicing”, which received a Grammy nomination for best remix ‘Praying for you’, remix by Louie Vega.

In 2021, Teddy collaborated with Quantize Records to pay tribute to his musical heroes Kenny Gamble and Leon Huff for the groundbreaking Baltimore Philadelphia International LP, that went to #1 on Traxsource. There are many projects in the works for 2024, including ‘Tribute to Q .’ an EP honoring the legendary Quincy Jones and a Teddy Douglas solo LP.

Teddy DouglasWhat does Micheal Jackson, Lenny Kravitz, Crystal Waters, Erykah Badu, Martha Wash and Ultra Naté all have in common? All of them have been produced by Teddy Douglas. The Baltimore native DJ/producer began his DJ career professionally in 1983 at the hottest clubs in Baltimore D.C. area till present.

While still traveling around the globe in DJ booths from famed Yellow in Japan to Ministry of Sound in the UK, Teddy continues to excite crowds around the globe as a solo artist and with his brothers DJ Spen and Karizma, as the legendary Basement Boys. The trio have wowed audiences from Southport Weekender to SuncéBeat in Croatia. Hands down, the highlight of his DJ career has been playing in front of 40,000 people for The Chosen Few picnic.

Teddy Douglas continues to be a key figure in the development of the Baltimore “House” Sound. Teddy curates a night in Baltimore, with partner DJ Tanz, called ‘Monday Night Studio Sessions’ at Rockwell, featuring artists and musicians.

In 1985, Teddy met Jay Steinhour and Thommy Davis, who later went on to form The Basement Boys production company. The Basement Boys have produced countless dance classics including Ultra Nate  “It’s over now,”  Mass Order “Lift every voice,” Those Guys “Tonight”  and the 1991 Gold single Crystal Waters’ “Gypsy Woman” (la da dee, la da da), which to this day, has been sampled by everyone from R&B Gospel duo Mary Mary, Pitbull to T.I.

In the mid 90’s Teddy Douglas and Jay Steinhour opened Basement Boys Records. The label is responsible for club anthems from Teddy Douglas feat Francesso, ‘The Violin’, Jasper St. Co. feat. Ann Nesby, Those Guys and countless others from Kenny Bobien, Taja Seville and more. In 2012 the label re-launched with Mudfoot Jones.

As head of A&R for Basement Boys Records and head honcho for his own label Save Your Soul, Teddy continued to develop artists including releases with R&B crooner, Marcel Russell and the quirky talented singer-songwriter Margaret Grace, with the club classics ‘Whatcha Gonna Do’ and ‘God Created Woman.’

Teddy Douglas has been doing this for over 30 years and no sign of slowing down. In 2019, he teamed with Nervous Records to release a Jasper Street Co.  full length LP, entitled “Rejoicing”, which received a Grammy nomination for best remix ‘Praying for you’, remix by Louie Vega.

In 2021, Teddy collaborated with Quantize Records to pay tribute to his musical heroes Kenny Gamble and Leon Huff for the groundbreaking Baltimore Philadelphia International LP, that went to #1 on Traxsource. There are many projects in the works for 2024, including ‘Tribute to Q .’ an EP honoring the legendary Quincy Jones and a Teddy Douglas solo LP.