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HARRY HUDSON DROPS VIDEO FOR “JUST SLIDE” FEAT. JADEN SMITH

“”Just Slide” is rooted in a R&B, electro-pop vibe and is inspired by [Hudson’s] emotional journeys, accentuated by striking and raw songwriting.” – Billboard
“…absolutely obsessed…” – MTV
“…the duo returns for another moody song…”  HYPEBEAST
“Hudson found a way to send a positive message with the help of some pure R&B magic.” – Highsnobiety
“The song is definitely one to have on repeat.”  Bustle 
“…an emotional, heartfelt ballad…” – Hot New Hip Hop

Harry Hudson unveils the video for his latest single “Just Slide” feat. Jaden Smith today. “Just Slide” was produced by notable producers Mike Dean [Kanye West, JAY-Z, Travis Scott, 2Pac], Jess Jackson [Tyga, Jason Derulo, Chris Brown] and John Ho [Danity Kane, Kimbra]. The video was filmed in Biloxi, MS, Toronto, ON, Salt Lake City, UT and Calabasas, CA while Harry was on his headlining Can Cowboys Cry Tour last fall.

Of the video, Harry says, “It’s a continuation of the Can Cowboys Cry saga with an unexpected and surreal twist. The story will continue in the next chapter of the journey and my next project.”

“Just Slide” sets the stage for new music from Harry Hudson in 2019.

25-year-old “Folk Pop” artist Harry Hudson was born in New Jersey but moved to the west coast at a young age. The singer released his first song, “World Is Gone,” online in 2013. However, during June of that year, Hudson was diagnosed with Hodgkin’s Lymphoma and set his career aside to undergo treatment. After eight months of chemotherapy, he overcame the illness in January 2014. Hudson spent the subsequent year rediscovering his inspirations and got to work writing his debut release. Last year, Hudson released Yesterday’s Tomorrow Night, which features his breakout singles, “Yellow Lights” and “Cry For Love,” and blends Hudson’s signature pop Americana sound with folk and rock influences. In support of Yesterday’s Tomorrow Night, Hudson debuted his 16 minute short film, Can Cowboys Cry, featuring his friend and fellow MSFTS member Jaden Smithas well as his songs “Yellow Lights,” “Cry For Love,” “Gone” and “No Good.” Last fall, Harry embarked on his first ever headlining tour, selling out shows across North America.


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