Carl is a native of Macon, Georgia is also known as CMD Styles on social media. His talents include music, dance, acting and artistry; he uses visual arts to share his experiences and tell the story of his life. Coming from a military family he understands patience and discipline.
Being a positive role model to kids is one of his greatest and most important personal accomplishments. Carl has shared his love of music and performing with the next generation by managing young talents Doogie Phi and PG-13, assisting them in winning an Addy award for TV 13-WMAZ promotions and later with national performances on The Jenny Jones show; and at the world famous Apollo Theater.
Carl’s first solo release was his “History in the Macon” album in 2000; followed by “Paint or Die” in 2007 which promotes his local art studio “Artrageous”. Carl co-starred in a Hip-Hop Stage Play “Another Chance”. Carl continues to write and produce inspiring songs for his city of Macon, "I Love My City" and for the Mercer football team. His 2016 song, "What Really Matters" inked him a contract with Spectra Music Group.
Since a young child he has been honing his God given gifts. His love of music was initially expressed in elementary school plays and at his church. His talent for dance was polished through his dance group PSD, who dominated talent shows throughout the Southeast. He went on to further develop his musical skills with the rap group Soulism, touring colleges with Jay Z, Outkast, Luke and Lil Kim.
Although Carl is known to many as Georgia’s Greatest Entertainer (self proclaimed); the music, dance and art are only one part of what makes Carl Dudley, Jr. the man he has become. He is a business owner with a love for living life to the fullest, as evidenced by his moniker; CMD-Chasing My Dreams.