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TeddyLoid

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TeddyLoid Born on 1989/08/23, Japan (Age 24).

On his parents’ recommendation, Teddy started playing the electric organ when he was two. At age nine, he discovered human beat-boxing online and began to do research and self-instruction in beat-boxing. At age 15, he made his live debut as a professional beat-boxer. From that point on, he participated in many music arrangements and compositions. In 2008, at the age of 18, he joined Japanese solo artist 雅-MIYAVI- (@Miyavi_official) on his first world tour, where he played 33 shows in a total of 14 countries throughout Europe, South America, North America, Asia, and Japan. During this time, he played at JAPAN EXPO 08 in Paris, France, which had an attendance of 20,000 people. After that, he joined the three-person unit, SOUL’d OUT as a live DJ for their tour, as well as festivals and other live events where they performed. Aside from his work with SOUL’d OUT, he participated in the Japanese electronic festival METAMORPHOSE 08, as well as WIRE09, hosted by Takkyu Ishino from Denki Groove and several similar festivals.

In 2009, he joined m-flo member ☆Taku Takahashi’s label TCY Recordings. His remix of the song La La FUN by SOUL’d OUT, which was featured in “LaLaPiPo”, Diggy Mo’s movie, was released on Sony Music and Teddy acted as back DJ for the group’s in-store live tour. He also debuted on EMI Music Japan with his remix of the electro unit LiL’s song,””MOSHI MOSHI” RADIO”.

In 2010, he produced Sawa’s (EPIC Records Japan, Inc., in association with Sony Music Entertainment) song “Planet-T” on her album “Welcome to Sa-World”. From August of 2010, he participated as the DJ on SOUL’d OUT’s tour, “Put your TROUSERS on”.

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