There’s a laundry list of reasons why you should be cheering for Harry Hudson, his music only being one of them.
Soon after releasing his first song in 2013, he was diagnosed with Hodgkin’s lymphoma and was forced to put his music career on hold to fight the disease. Experiencing chemotherapy triggered a whole new perspective for Hudson, and he began writing all of his thoughts and feelings in a notebook. Eight months later, he was back to full health, and 2015 saw him release Treatment (A-Side) and Gemineyes. Hudson also spearheaded a fundraiser to build a treatment center at Vanderbilt University with Teen Cancer America and released a short film, Can Cowboys Cry. Now signed to Jaden Smith’s MSFTS label as well as Roc Nation, Hudson released his debut album, Yesterday’s Tomorrow Night, in late March 2018.
We invited Harry Hudson to perform “Kelsey” from his record, as well as dive into his experiences with cancer, the recent passing of his father, and his advice for anyone who is undergoing a tough time in their lives. Plus, get the real story behind that signature red hat.
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