Meeghan Henry, JD.
Singer. Songwriter. Artist.
Meeghan Henry, born in Jakarta, Indonesia, emigrated to the US with her mom at the age of four to San Dimas, CA. She started singing at a young age, singing her way through Millikan Middle School & Performing Arts Magnet and then to the LA County High School for the Arts, also known as LACHSA. While attending LACHSA, Meeghan composed, recorded, and released her debut album titled “When I’m 18.” Her work won her Favorite Newcomer in 2010 by the Independent Music Network and various other nominations from other music organizations.
Before starting college at the University of La Verne, Meeghan was crowned Miss Teen Asia USA 2011 after representing her home country of Indonesia. With this title, she became an ambassador of goodwill and culture, allowing her to promote her platform of living above the influence and to further promote the cultures and traditions of the Asian countries in the United States. Meeghan journeyed to numerous elementary and middle schools to speak out about her platform, which entailed anti-drinking, anti-drugs, anti-peer pressure, and anti-bullying, as well as many cultural events to host and/or perform to support the continued integration of the Eastern and Western worlds.
During her reign and her collegiate studies, Meeghan continued to work on her music and released two hit singles in 2012. Her music video for her single “Crash A Party” received over a million hits on YouTube within a span of two weeks. Her music video for her second single “They Don't Know” hit half a million views in just two days and is now Meeghan's second million on YouTube.
Meeghan was also part of a 12-girl supergroup called Girl Radical, created by JC Chasez from NSync and Golden Globe award winning producer and songwriter Jimmy Harry. Though Meeghan was known as “Baby Radical” for being the youngest in the group, she was a prominent leader, not only as a vocalist and dancer, but as an overall member of the team.
Now with a Juris Doctor degree from USC Gould School of Law, with specializations in Entertainment Law and Business Law, Meeghan continues to write new songs in her spare time and posts covers when she can on her YouTube page. Following in the footsteps of Michael Jackson, LeAnn Rimes, and Miley Cyrus, Los Angeles’ own Meeghan Henry is striving to become her generation’s pop music prodigy, not only wanting to be a singer, songwriter, and producer, but also to be a professional in the entertainment industry.