Henry Ifeanyi Biography; “Lyrical HI” Poet, Songwriter and Scriptwriter

Lyrical HI has set many stage on fire with his much energy in every of his ministration as a spoken word artist, He was featured in the song “Daddy wey dey pamper” where he did an awesome delivery of spoken word.

He is not just a soken word artist but also known as song writer, script writer. He is biological called Henry Ifeanyi, whose salvation story is enough to save the lost soul.

Following the publication of his recorded spoken thought poetry, Initiation, lyrical HI rose to prominence. The work gained international recognition due to its profound thematic content. In the realm of gospel music, his stage presence and genuineness serve as an inspiration for numerous performers. He distinctively adorns this with the well-known phrase tag, “Na Grace carry me here; do not be an Okada man.”

Mr. and Mrs. Tobias Mbachu are the parents of Henry Ifeanyi, who was born in Ehime, Mbano Local Government Area, Imo state, Nigeria. Lyrical HI, who was reared in Abuja despite being born in Zaria, Kaduna State on August 21st in the early 1990s, is a member of the Loveworld Music and Art Ministry (Loveworld Nation), more commonly referred to as Christ Embassy.

Lyrical HI, who majored in mass communication at the Federal Polytechnic Nekede Owerri, Imo State, is presently enrolled at the University of Port Harcourt, Rivers State, to study history and diplomatic studies.

As stated in Lyrical HI, he considers spoken-thought poetry (his term) to transcend mere recitation or rhyme scheme. It is intriguing and captivating because it is performed with facial expression, every part of the body, and the ability to create images that sway and leap in the mind or paint pictures. The spoken word is a work of art. Spoken language provides amusement. Lyrical HI has been delivering poetry that is audacious, optimistic, and candid for the past five years. Numerous exquisitely crafted works by him address the present state of the nation, depicting salvation as an ombre of hope and affection.

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