Harry Hudson Releases New Album “Hey, I'm Here For You”: Streaming
- American singer-songwriter Harry Hudson released his sophomore album “Hey, I'm Here For You” on November 20, 2020. It is his first LP in two years.
The 15-track sophomore album included collaborations with close friend Jaden Smith and Norwegian singer-songwriter Astrid S.
He wrote and recorded the album in Kentucky in 2019. Harry Hudson shared on social media, “These last two years I've been on a journey of self love & self realization. After the loss of my father I hit rock bottom, since then I've gotten to tour the world, build on my genuine relationships, started therapy (which saved my life) & I rediscovered how to love the person I see in the mirror. My Dad always told me you can't be there for anyone else until you're there for yourself first. This album is just a mirror for you to love yourself, I'm not saying you have to love it but take a listen and I hope you can love the person that you see in the mirror. This is me, This is my soul, This is our album. I hope you enjoy. 💙”
“I think the inspiration came from just living,” he told Rolling Stone. “I thought I knew what death and that stuff would feel like, [like] grieving, but you don't know until you go through it and it's such a difficult thing. It's the hardest thing to go through. I never even dealt with the grieving process, so this year was my grieving process.”
Along with his new album, Harry Hudson is launching his own therapy foundation “Hey, I'm Here for You” as an ambassador for Teen Cancer America, where he is leading the charge on opening a center early next year for teens undergoing cancer treatment at Vanderbilt University Medical Center in Nashville.
He spearheaded fundraising for the facility with help from his friend Kylie Jenner, which will be complete with 24-hour access to video games, iPads, a meditation room, and a portable recording studio – all meant to be a fun and creative sanctuary for teens who are isolated while undergoing treatment.
- source : Rolling Stone