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137 American Singer & Actor

Cole Chase Hudson (born May 15, 2002) was born in Santa Monica, California, United States. He is an influential American singer, actor, and social media personality. He is professionally known as Huddy (formerly Lil Huddy or LilHuddy). He gained widespread recognition as a co-founder of the TikTok collective Hype House and for popularizing the e-boy fashion style and subculture. In 2020, Billboard Magazine named him one of the top 10 music influencers on TikTok, with over 30 million followers, highlighting his significant impact on the platform. Paper magazine also cited him as a key figure in the pop punk revival of the 2020s.

Hudson's career began on the now-defunct platform, which later became TikTok. In December 2019, he co-founded the Hype House with fellow social media personalities such as Daisy Keech, Alex Warren, Kouvr Annon, and Thomas Petrou. His engaging content and charismatic presence helped the collective gain massive popularity. Beyond TikTok, Hudson also maintains a YouTube channel where he connects with his fans.

Represented by the talent agency WME, Hudson's music career took a significant leap in December 2020 when he was signed to Interscope Records by Adam Mersel, despite having only a few rough demos at the time. Hudson made his acting debut in "Downfalls High," a film adaptation of Machine Gun Kelly's album "Tickets to My Downfall," starring alongside Sydney Sweeney. The film premiered on January 15, 2021, amassing over 16 million views in its first weekend.

Hudson's debut single "21st Century Vampire" was released on January 21, 2021, followed by his second single "The Eulogy of You and Me" on February 18, co-written and produced by Travis Barker. On April 22, he released the emotional ballad "America’s Sweetheart," featuring Charli D'Amelio in the music video. His subsequent single "Don't Freak Out," featuring Iann Dior, Travis Barker, and Tyson Ritter, was released on August 6, leading up to his debut album "Teenage Heartbreak," which dropped on September 17, 2021. Browse A to Z all Huddy Lyrics, songs, and albums below.