Teddy Riley’s Daughters Form Group R I L E Y, Release 2 Chainz-Assisted Single ‘PoundFRANK’

Teddy Riley's daughters (sans Nia from Love & Hip Hop Hollywood) are following in his footsteps with their very own girl group titled R I L E Y. Members Deja Riley, Taja Riley, and Bobbie Riley have teamed up with 2 Chainz for their debut track, "PoundFRANK."

The song (written by the girls in collaboration with award-winning songwriter Taylor Parks), carries militant percussion and is complimented by a snake-charmed guitar melody. In the girls' verses, you get a sense of confidence as they metaphorically reference money as the only men they want in their lives.

Brought up in the Entertainment industry by their father, legendary music producer/pioneer of New Jack Swing, Teddy Riley, they've always been surrounded by great music, but officially formed as a girl group in 2010. Recently joining forces with a production team, "The Stereotypes" (2014), they started working on their debut music project. After a year and some change, the girls are finally releasing a track off their EP Bermuda, scheduled to drop next year [2016]. Under their father's guidance, R I L E Y is ready to make a name for themselves.