Henrie is a Kenyan Gospel singer who grew up in Nairobi, and from a very young age was exposed to a diverse range of music. She learnt to sing and play the piano and started performing early in life at family gatherings before graduating to singing in Sunday school class in a neighborhood church and later with the church choir. Mutuku considered pursuing a singing career during high school, where she was an active member of the Drama Club and Choir mistress for the school choir. Henrie then started working with local Christian artists like Izzo and Pete Odera as a background vocalist. She later featured predominantly in a 2002 compilation album “Rebirth” produced by Soul Child Inc. Her debut album was “Simama” which has gone on to contribute hit songs like “Usichoke” and “Manzi wa Maana".