Just before he left school, Harry Kimani fell in love for the first time and through that inspiration he composed a song called “African Woman”. He sang the song to his peers, who loved it so much that they encouraged him to record it and after he left school in 1999, he embarked on searching for a recording studio. In 2000, he teamed up with producer Maurice Oyando of “Next Level Productions” and recorded the song. Encouraged by the positive reviews the single gained, Harry went back to the studio to record the rest of his album “African Woman” which he finished in 2001. Unfortunately due to lack of funds and proper support, Harry has never managed to release the album. Kimani's musical style has been described as "African Soul and a little bit of Rumba and R&B." He sings in three languages--English, Kikuyu and Kiswahili--and his lyrics address the issues of everyday life and society.