Milton Henry was born in Central Kingston. His talent as a singer was discovered at the age of 12 when Carl Dawkins would put young Milton on the street corner to sing. The reactions of passer-by were encouraging as a young man. Milton's motivating soucre were music greats like Slim Smith who together with Curtis Mayfield had a lasting influence on his singing style. With "Prince Allah", aka Keith Blake, Milton formed the "Leaders" He aslo sang with such groups as The Emotions(Jamaica), the Progression, and the Hippie Boys.
He continued however to record occassional singles for different producers like "This World", recorded with Lee Perry and released under the name King Medious. During this time, Milton became more and more intersested in the business and the organizational side of the art. Eventually Milton produced his version of Curtis Mayfield's "Gypsy Women" on the Success label. Reconginzing the need to expand his horizions he migrated to the United Staes where he met Lloyd "Bull Wackie" Barnes in New York City. Barnes recognized Milton as a talented artist and the two collaborated together. In 1984, Milton released his debut album "Who do you think I am?" in London. He continued on the upscale in 1986 and toured with Reggae Japan Splash- Winter Collections. 1986 also saw the release of Babylon Loot album on the Tachyon label. Many people will remember Milton Henry for his work in the 80's, after his migration to New York on the Wackies label with hits like "Come On And Rock With Me" featuring Clive Field Marshall , "Why The Fussing", and "Who Do You Think I am" and help define his career. A career that spans four decades, Miltons new releases for High Times International include Let's Get Away and Injustice.