Lost Rebel is "visceral, absolutely something you'd wish to listen to..."
Keith Tryfle Hudson' rap songs are about loyalty and triumph, a topic that would make anyone want to stand and shout, but, too, about serious reflection, which I think quite a bit of music can't capture. So much music is dreamy (no matter the genre), but to capture what Tryfle does is uncommon, and that's awesome. Also, his distillation of facts is precise, so precise! He captures the most important thing to take away from a moment he is describing, and delivers it to the audience with that economy. It's one thing to write a song and do it well, and it's another to pack inside of it all the power of what it means while saying so little. Because being able to do so requires emotional intelligence and alighting, correctly, upon the fact that "hey I know you're going to get this" and THEN being right about it.
Also, Keith Tryfle Hudson's ability to paint a picture of what it was like to be at that point in his life right then (whatever different moments he's musically describing) is visceral, and absolutely something you'd wish to listen to.
--- Genevieve Chavira, NYC
From the Lost Rebel live show at the New York Comedy Club:
Saw Lost Rebel debut here - a powerful one-man musical by Keith "Tryfle" Hudson. Keith was gracious enough to hang out and greet the early arrivals which was cool.
As for the show... WOW! The show was incredible! I know it sounds cliche, but you will laugh and you will cry... And you will throw your hands up high! Such an awesome mix of comedy, music, and powerful storytelling. And for those of you grew up in the 80's there are plenty of references that will bring up fond memories. Oh, and as a testament to Tryfle's fanbase we had people in the audience from Belgium and Denmark which was pretty impressive.
— Stephen M, New Castle, DE