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Portsmouth, VA - Teddy Riley worked with Jackson on his "Dangerous" album in 1990, and "Invincible" in 2001.

He spoke to's Nicole Livas by phone this afternoon."When I heard he passed away.

it dropped my heart, my spirit, my soul.

Everything just dropped.

It's devastating", said Riley.

Teddy Riley worked on two of Michael Jackson's albums in his former Virginia Beach studio, Future Records.

He has fond memories of Jackson's last visit to Hampton Roads eight years ago when they were putting the final touches on "Invincible", which would become Jackson's final studio album.

He says they mangaged to squeeze in some fun at Waterside in Norfolk.

Riley said, "We took all the kids, and all of my nephews and niece.

We took them to Jillian's with us and we all had a ball with Michael Jackson at Jillian's.

It was the most incredible time".

Riley says he last spoke to Michael Jackson a few months ago as he prepared for his July comeback tour kickoff in London and that he sounded upbeat and ready to perform again for his fans.

Now, the "King of Pop" will live on in spirit, through his music.

"Michael was definitely a spirit sent from God.", said Riley
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