Henry started out writing poetry in primary/elementary school, having had a background of pop-music. ' I watched a lot of 'Top Of The Pop' music videos while growing up as a kid. My father used to bring them from his trips to the UK'. Lyrics/poetry eventually gave way to break-dancing in school year end gigs. Sometime in 1993 after the release of Snoop Dogg's Dr. Dre's influenced Dogg Style, this lyricist eventually began to write and lay rap verses on the instrumentals of other established artistes. 'it was strictly for fun at the time. I Knew I would eventually be making money via this channel but at that time me and my crew basically played for free and for credo..' The life of an artiste is never complete without attempts at re-invention now and then. Rap and hard-core lyricism eventually gave way to a more soulful, down-to-earth art-form. ' I have always believed that the more honest you are as a song-writer, then the more succesful you will be in your career. Hence my respect for fellas like Akon, Wyclef, Tupac, 2-face and the like. It's a lot more easier for me to convey my feelings singing than rapping and this has been a major deciding factor in why 'The Dream'project had me singing most of the way. Having lost his father and younger sister to in an auto accident and his mother to Breast Cancer,music has become not only a therapeutic balm to heal his pains but also a weapon with which to fight those who tend to see other humans as pawns on their chess-board. Asides from Music,Henry the enterpreneur manages a medical/scientific supply venture. He is also a graduate of Public Administration and is two chapters and thesis defence away from a master's degree in the same discipline.