In 2001 he scored a big hit with “Gal Dem Everytime” on the Buyout riddim for reggae producer Tony ‘CD’ Kelly. A tour with reggae crooner Beres Hammond quickly followed. As well as being Sadiki’s singing and songwriting debut, the album, “Morning’s Come” (Skinny Bwoy 2008), was Sadiki’s producing and engineering debut, as he produced or co-produced each and every track. “Morning’s Come” also featured production from top veteran producer Lloyd Campbell (Glen Washington, Tarrus Riley), England’s top reggae producer Chris Peckings (Bitty McLean), Delly Ranks (Sean Paul, Mavado) plus Arif Cooper (Jah Cure). Patrick Conlan of the Illinois Entertainer had this to say about Morning's Come - "Revealing his versatility and wide-ranging skills, Henry “Sadiki” Buckley, Jr. displays remarkable technical producing skills and songwriting maturity on Morning’s Come. He brings a refreshing insouciance, coupled with piercing lyrical depth, in creating a unique crossover sound." The new album "LIFELINE" further showcases Sadiki's maturity as an artist with it's International Lovers Rock feel. Lifeline is due out September 2010. Through his travels Sadiki has shared the stage with Buju Banton, Gyptian, Bascom X, Shaggy, Wayne Wonder, Maxi Priest, Marcia Griffiths, K-Ci & Jo Jo, Beenie Man, Gerald Levert, Kelly Price among others. Sadiki is managed and booked exclusively by Skinny Bwoy. For more info, please e-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org.