Tedd Josah is a Kenyan music producer. He is founder of SwaRnB, a new genre and record label aimed at reflecting the soul and musical identity of Kenyans. He started as a musician, first briefly with the group Ebony Affair before forming a new group, Hart. He later founded Audio Vault Studios which later renamed to Blu Zebra.
He is credited for producing compilation albums called 'Kenyan, The First Chapter' and 'Kenyan, The Second Chapter'. The two albums featured Hardstone, Kalamashaka, Gidi Gidi Maji Maji, Necessary Noize, In-Tu, Jimmy Gathu, Maina Kageni, Pete Odera, Ndarling P and Ugandan musician Kawesa.
He is also the founder of Kisima Awards, the premier annual musical awards held in Kenya. He has worked with many of the most popular Kenyan performers like Poxi Presha, Suzzana Owiyo, Achieng' Abura, Abbi, and Didge among others.