Terence Dudley

Rhythm and blues, Record Producer


Who is Terence Dudley?

Terence Dudley is an American hip hop record songwriter/producer. A native of Jamaica, New York City, Dudley's songwriting/producing credits have helped sell over 60 million CDs, downloads, games etc, including 50 Cent's "Life's on the Line and Eternal's "Don't You Love Me." In 2003, Dudley was nominated for a Grammy for producing, engineering, songwriting and mixing on the 50 Cent album Get Rich or Die Tryin'. In 2008 he received a commendation from the City of Los Angeles, an Addy Award, a Telly Award and an Aurora Award for his musical composition for the Gang Alternative Program / Public Service Announcement with "Women in Film".

Terence Dudley is currently the Vice President of Global Operations & Business Development for G Com Net Technologies, a global energy & technology company which he is also a partner in. He is part owner and co founder of Global Comics Network along with William Robinson. Global Comics Network made its public debut at NY Comic Con 2012 at the Jacob K. Javits Convention Center NYC. Featured were their superheros: Pterror, Lord Swu and The OutLaw Destroyer Of Worlds from the upcoming movie The G MEN

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  • African American
  • United States of America

on July 23, 2013


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