Jenna Henderson is a singer-songwriter, producer, musician and educator whose music is "a heady mix of R&B with elements of jazz, hip-hop and electronic music," as described by The Washington Post, which "evokes the anything-goes apotheosis of neo-soul". Born in Atlanta, GA, Henderson was raised in the PG Country area and had formal classical training in piano, studying at DC’s New Sewell Music Conservatory and esteemed Duke Ellington School of the Arts. She then majored in jazz studies at both Michigan State University and the University of the District of Columbia. During the height of the 2020 COVID pandemic, Henderson was profiled in The New York Times speaking about the effects of the pandemic on the artistic community. A passionate advocate of art and art education, Henderson has always been dedicated to using her growing platform to inspire and encourage other artists, as well as encourage to view art as a legitimate field of study.
For several years, Henderson has been a staple in the DC music community, performing all over the city and being profiled in platforms such as the Washington Post. She has also been featured in Vibe online magazine, among others. Henderson has also toured with jazz/spoken-word ensemble, Heroes Are Gang Leaders, performing in Portugal, France and more. She is also a member of Wammie Award winning R&B group, Golden Browne.