Todd Edwards began his musical career around 1992. He employs vocal reconstruction techniques to his songs, creating a unique vocal collage set to a four-on-the-floor beat. Marc "MK" Kinchen, who is primarily responsible for pioneering this technique, is one of Edwards's influences. He is also a committed Christian. This is evident by recurring hidden messages found in his compositions, which often contain religious phrases.
With remixes numbering in the hundreds, some of the artists Edwards has remixed include Wildchild, St. Germain, Benjamin Diamond, Justice, Klaxons, and Dimitri From Paris. Much like his solo albums, his remixes make use of a complex vocal sampling technique, which in some cases renders the original track almost unrecognizable.
Edwards co-produced and performed vocals on the Daft Punk song "Face to Face" from the album Discovery. The song reached #1 on the Billboard Club chart in 2004. and the song reached number 1 on the Billboard Club chart in 2004.