Jeremy Riddle, hailing from Mount Holly Township, New Jersey, released his debut album Full Attention on March 6, 2007. The album secured a rank of No. 47 on the Billboard Top Christian and Gospel Albums Chart,[3] while its single "Sweetly Broken" peaked at No. 19 on both the Billboard Hot Christian Songs and Christian Airplay Charts.4 Moreover, the song has become popular as a contemporary worship song.

In 2009, Riddle brought out The Now and Not Yet on Varietal Records. According to his website, the main objective behind this album was to "[create] fresh expressions of worship that both exalt the Creator and encourage and enlighten the people of God." The album was successful and appeared on two charts: Billboard's Hot Christian Albums (ranking at No. 15) and the Top Heatseekers (ranking at No. 11).[6]

Riddle's friend Tony Sanchez wrote the first single "Bless His Name" from his new album, which charted at No. 36 on Billboard's Hot Christian Songs format.[7] Subsequently, Riddle produced Prepare The Way: Live in 2010 and Furious in 2011.[8]

From September 2011 to June 2019, Jeremy Riddle served as the worship community pastor at Bethel Church in Redding, California and led worship frequently. He appeared on many albums by Bethel Music, including "This is Amazing Grace"[9] and "In Your Light" from the album For the Sake of the World. Riddle co-wrote "This is Amazing Grace" with Phil Wickham and Josh Farro, produced by Pete Kipley, which Billboard named No. 1 on the Christian Airplay Songs chart for 2014.