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, and an Aurora Award for his musical composition for the Gang Alternative Program (GAP)/ Public Service Announcement (PSA) with "Women in Film" (WIF).
In addition to being involved with radio shows at Disney/ABC/Capital Cities Communications and Clear Channel Communications, creating and producing musicals, web shows, managing various award winning recording artists for shows and tours, speaking and teaching at public schools from the Elementary to College levels and trade shows, Terence has most recently created educational videos geared at young children.
Outside of the entertainment business, 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
In March 2015 Terence was one of the UN Ebola Concert Event Producers, which was held at the General Assembly Hall in the United Nations Building (NYC)
The purpose of this concert and group, EbolaandBeyond.com, of which he is a team member, is to mobilize resources to combat the Ebola outbreak while building health infrastructures and supporting orphans.
Productions[edit | edit source]
|"Life's on the Line"||50 Cent||Interscope/Shady/Aftermath Records|
|"Turn The Paige"||G.A.P.(Gang Alternative Program) PSA (Public Service Announcement -For the City Of Los Angeles|
|"Much Too Soon"||K-Ci -Feat. Al B. Sure! & Aaron Hall (singer)||Headstart/Warner Bros. Records|
|Theater Radio Show/Live From Times Square" (Solar Radio) with Crystal Johnson||show producer/editor/guest||Soulinterviews.com|
|"Rap Story"||The Madd Rapper|
|Allegory on 125th Street (musical)||composer/co-creator/producer|
|Chopping It Up With Tee (web series)||executive producer/host/music scoring/creator|
|King of B (feature film)||film producer/actor/music scoring|
|Getting Ahead No Matter What (interviewed by Patricia O' Connell)||featured guest||Bloomberg Businessweek|
|Cigar Lounge (web series)||producer/co-host/music scoring|
|Some Days Are Better Than Others (web series)||music scoring|
|"Whatcha Got"||Al B. Sure!||Hidden Beach Recordings|
|HOT 92.3 (Clear Channel Radio-L.A., CA)
Al B. Sure!'s Celeb Check-In "1–2"
|several music beds/personal & office assistant||Al B. Sure!|
|Native New Yorker (film short)||music supervisor|
|Secret Garden Radio (Disney/ABC Networks)||several music beds for syndicated radio show||Al B. Sure!|
|Everything is Illuminated (movie)||partial movie scoring||starring Elijah Wood & Liev Schreiber|
|Slim Trax (weight loss pill)||national commercial advertisement|
|Jammie Jams||"Candyshop" music from the "The Jammies"||animated TV show|
|Hair Show (movie)||partial movie scoring||starring Mo'Nique|
|"Confessions (T.D. Remix, U.K.)"||Usher|
|"Gotta Be Me" (main & remix)
|Michelle Gayle||M Media/N2 Records, UK|
|"Earthquake"||Reilly||Random Records, UK|
|"Everybody Wanna Shine"||DJ Kay Slay||Columbia Records|
|"Finally Made It"
|Mary J. Blige||Geffen Records |
|"Tell Me" (remix)
"Nothin' To Prove"
"Do You Believe"
"Whatever You Want" (remix)
|Dru Hill||Island Records|
|"Don't You Love Me?"||Eternal||EMI, UK|
|Da Hip Hop Witch (movie)||co-scoring||starring Eminem|
|The Naked Truth (album)||"Buttnaked" Tim Dawg||Marbles Records/MP3|
|"Life is a Park"
"I Believe in Me"
|Lisa "Left Eye" Lopes||Arista Records|
"Ohh This Hood"
"Just a Game"
|"Beautiful Girl"||Houston||Capitol Records|
"Didn't Mean to Turn You On"
|Lady May||Arista Records|
|"Big Thangz"||Rob Jackson||Arista Records|
|"Love is the Answer"||Two O'Clock||The Disney Channel Show|
|"The Hook Up"
|Sprite (Angie Martinez)||radio advertisements|
|"F**kin with Walt"||Mr. Cheeks||Universal Records|
"Ridin Wit Him"
|"Ball All Day"
"You Don't Know Me"
|Brett Williams||Bystorm Records|
|"I Can't Take It"
"Get Your Weight Up"
|M.C. Lyte||Overbrook/Interscope Records|
|"Warriors"||Mr. Raja||Columbia Records|
|"Rock"||Kobe Bryant||Columbia Records|
|"These Eyes"||Pras||Ruffhouse/Columbia Records|
|"L.D.D. Blues" (remix)
"You Told Me"
|"Get Down"||LL Cool J & Amyth||Rock the Bells/Warner Bros. Records|
|"Tears" (remix)"||Isley Brothers||Island Records|
|Lost Boyz||Universal Records|
|"If I Should Die"
|"I Don't Ever Wanna See You Again" (remix)
"Show Dat" for 1998 Boyz II Men Tour
|Uncle Sam||Epic Records|
|"You Bring Me Up" (remix)||K-Ci & JoJo||Universal Records|
|"We Can Get Down" (remix)||Myron||MCA Records|
|"I Can Make You Feel Alright"
"Don't Try to Fight This Feelin"
"Ohh This Hood"
|Al B. Sure!||Absolute/Motown Records|
|"It's Alright"||Color Me Badd||Epic Records|
|"If I Should Die"
"Stronger Than Pride"
|Perfect Blend||Epic Records|
|Party 2 Nite (album and remix)
"I Need You More"
"Hold On" (remix)
"Be My Lady"
"I Miss Your Lovin'"
"So Far Awar"
"Come on Over"
|Case||Def Jam Records|
|"Can't Be Wastin My Time" (remix)
"You Said" (remix)
"Just Wanna Please You" (remix)
|Mona Lisa||Island Records|
|"Stop Look Listen" (remix)||M.C. Lyte||First Priority/Atlantic Records|
|Nesto Velazquez||Uptown Records|
|"You Know I Love You Baby"
|Kings of Swing||Virgin Records|
|"Freedom" (Remix)||Michelle Gayle||RCA Records|
|"You are the Reason"
"Can't Walk Away"
|Samantha Powell||RCA Records|
|"On the Road Again"||Audio Two||First Priority/Atlantic Records|
|"Straight From the Heart"||Detroit Diamond and Noreaga||Hostile Takeover/Warner Bros. Records|
|"Fallin"||Ronnie Henson||Uptown Records|
|"Gonna Let You Know" (remix)||Lil' Bud & Tizone||Island Records|
|"Love Games"||Sweet Sensation||Atco/Atlantic Records|
|"My Time To Shine"||Cheyanne||Capitol Records|
|"Heaven"||Les Whitaker||Capitol Records|
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- Bloomberg Businessweek, Terence Dudley Interview
- Choppin It Up With Tee (web series)
- King Of B (movie trailer)
- King of B
- Los Angeles Gang Alternative Program-commercial