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As part of the GRAMMY Museum’s Programs at Home series, Moderator Scott Goldman talks with singer-songwriter and fast-emerging pop star Harry Hudson about his forthcoming sophomore album, Hey I’m Here For You, out November 20th and his work with Teen Cancer America as well as preparing for the launch of his own charity aptly named Hey, I’m Here For You. An intriguing and multi-faceted young voice in music, Harry Hudson is no stranger to defying expectations. After surviving and recovering from cancer, Harry emerged with a brighter view of the world that inspired him to put pen to paper, creating music that shares a path of understanding the meaning of self-love, living life to its fullest potential, and using our voices to help others. Harry’s latest single “Overwhelmed” joins his previously released singles from the album - "Closing Doors" ft. Astrid S, "Let Me," and "Give Up On Us."
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