Born on September 25th 1991, with his intestines outside of his body, Harrison was truly ‘Heaven Sent’ – before he even knew it. From dealing with a medical condition that was undeniably life threatening, to experimental surgical procedures, and rapping at the age of four before he could even speak full sentences – the young man known today as Heaven Sent is a force to be reckoned with. Heaven spent many sleepless nights sitting outside of the recording studio, watching local musicians create and record music, rapping to the beats he heard. After many years of longing to be in the middle of all of the creative minds, he got his chance. Without being able to utter a complete sentence, he was able to turn sounds into rhythm, incorporating the few words he did know. Heaven sent gave his first performance on stage with The Boot Camp Click at the age of 4. Heaven Sent has been invited to appear in music
videos from multiple artists and was featured in Jay-Z’s motion picture “Back Stage,” which was a documentary on the Hard Knock Life Tour in 1999. Featured in The Source magazine’s “Independence Day” at the age of 7, Hip Hop Connection (album review), and XXL magazine, he has lived beyond his years in the music industry. Through the years Heaven Sent has still been hard at work writing, creating, portraying his existence in music, mentoring, and being featured on other artist’s tracks. It's all about the talent, passion, the love of music, and staying true to who Heaven sent really is.