Carl Henry (singer)

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Carl Henry is a Canadian R&B singer born in [1] Jamaica[where?] and raised in Montreal, Quebec, Canada.

His 2002 debut album RNB,[1] earned him his first Juno nomination in 2003 for Best R&B/Soul recording of the Year.[2] He released a French-language version of the album titled Solution RNB.[3] After touring and promoting the French version the album, he released three singles: "Homie's Girl", dancehall hit "Bare As She Dare" (featuring Ce'Cile), and "Hot Gal" (featuring Rally Bop). The three singles also received Juno nominations.[2]

His second album titled I Wish, was released in the fall of 2005. It featured the single "Little Mama". His song "Perfect" (featuring JR Writer) appeared in Ian Iqbal Rashid's 2007 feature film How She Move.[4]

His third album, released in 2009, is entitled All That I Know, and features the hit singles "Trippin'" + "Dim The Lights".[citation needed]



  • 2003: RNB
  • 2003: Solution RNB (French version of RNB)
  • 2005: I Wish


  • "Homie's Girl"
  • "Bare As She Dare" (featuring Ce'cile)
  • "Hot Gal" (featuring Rally Bop)
  • "Little Mama"
  • "Dim the Lights"

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