Former metal singer Hudson Henry is a producer and DJ who creates melodic electronic music with bombastic drums. After debuting with “Feathers” in 2016, he began releasing more guest-heavy feature tracks. His songs have appeared on Raver Magazine and Liam Hemsworth’s Legend Video.
Hudson has amassed over 450,000 streams on “The Last Time,” featuring Lisa Cimorelli. In 2019 we were featured on the official “Fresh Friday” playlist, which was absolutely incredible. Hudson came up with a unique way to market his song “The Last Time.” He offered fans something called a “digital gift pack.” When fans would pre-order the song, they would receive a digital booklet that thanked each fan for their support. The digital book included lyrics from the song, the official artwork, and exclusive content fans could enjoy while flipping through each page.
This was a personal and unique way fans could connect with Hudson Henry and Lisa Cimorelli. The song itself has a heavy future bass drop along with a beautifully crafted vocal melody. This has been Hudson’s most popular song yet.
What are your influences ?
“My influences include Kygo, Illenium, Aphex Twin, and Diplo“
What’s coming up in 2021 for ‘Hudson Henry’ ?
In 2021 Hudson will be releasing a new song titled “Feed Your Fire.” The song will feature Hudson on vocals along with a new music video. The song is highly energetic with an inspirational undertone. Hudson also publicly indicated that he would jump back into the hard rock/metal scene by singing for a side project. We are excited to see what he has in store for fans in 2021.
Hudson Henry History and Awards
2019 Winner of Global Music Award for “War Paint.”
2016 Winner of Global Music Award for “Best EDM Artist”
2016 HMMA Award for Best Singer-Songwriter
2015 Finalist in “Unsigned Only” for Best Songwriter
2015 Number 1 song on Noisetrade
2015 Unsigned Only Semi-Finalist
2015 31st Annual Mid-Atlantic Song Contest
Honorable Mention Award for “Love Story” in the Pop category
2014 Grand Award Winner of the Songdoor Songwriting Contest in Nashville
Featured in Raver Magazine in 2016
Featured on “That Drop” in 2018