“My art is my superpower, it’s my way to save the world one song at a time.” These are words that the New Jersey native, Lenny Harold, lives by and expresses with every ounce of his creativity.
Being signed twice to record labels and resulting in an undesired end, finding his strength to keep going and fighting through personal hardships, Lenny is nothing short of the superhero he proclaims to be. But the wind changed when he joined the reformatted R&B group, Blackstreet, led by New Jack Swing creator, Teddy Riley. Those five years amongst greats graced him the opportunity to harness that power. This experience opened Lenny’s eyes to “tour life” and gave him legendary training to detail his own artistry. Always giving that old-school showmanship that is timeless entertainment. That showmanship is what has kept Lenny on the radar of many music lovers, from his winning tenure on Showtime at The Apollo (under old moniker Chanj) to his ovation grabbing tributes to Patti Labelle and Berry Gordy in the years following.
Lenny’s striking tenor range, tone, and smooth vibrato has even turned many of today’s industry heavyweights into mere fans from the likes of Marsha Ambrosius to Jamie Foxx. Lenny is prepping “Warrior” the second installment after “Mountain High”, with its first single “Check On Me” to be released June 10th.