Teddy Swims’ Rise To Stardom And The Power Of Blending Genres

Teddy Swims has never been afraid of blending his music into other genres, and his latest record, I’ve Tried Everything But Therapy (Part 1), is no exception. This breakout hit contains all the features that helped this individual rise to stardom, while also allowing him to express himself powerfully.

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Born Jaten Collin Dimsdale, he adopted the Teddy Swims alias in 2019, which was partly a reference to a nickname from his childhood, while also being an acronym for “someone who isn’t me sometimes”. His personality and music are even more infectious live, as you can see in the video below for “Control” off of I’ve Tried Everything But Therapy (Part 1).

Teddy Swims is quite the Jack of All Trades in the music world. His enigmatic approach to songwriting has helped him break into a fair few genres throughout his discography, from country and R&B, to soul and pop. This has given him an equally varied and diverse audience and is a large reason why he grew so strongly in popularity over the years.

Teddy Swims’ approach to style and performance didn’t just kickstart his music career. He had taken an interest in the power of performance when he joined his high school theatre group, where he performed in musicals such as Joseph and the Amazing Technicolor Dreamcoat. It’s possible that these early experiences helped shape Teddy Swims into the creator that he is now, and is in part the reason for his current success.

Teddy Swims’ backstory also gives us an idea as to how his music became as complex and multifaceted as it is today. During the early days of his career, Teddy Swims joined a varied mix of Atlanta-based bands, from post-hardcore and alternative rock to even soul and hair metal bands. Before long, he received a tour invite to open up for Tyler Carter after being asked by his friend in 2019 to rap over some beats. This was the moment Swims would become a star.

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