Canadian singer, songwriter, dancer, rapper, producer, beatboxer, guitarist, Royal Conservatory of Music level 10 pianist, and RCM regional gold medalist for level 10 violin is none other than Toronto born and raised Henry Lau, the supertalent of the century. After being scooped up by the South Korean recording industry right from under the nose of Canadian record companies, he has become perhaps Canada’s most successful K-Pop male artist, though Henry has released music in Chinese (his background language) and his native English. Style wise, though, he has mastered the electro smooth R&B sound that K-Pop is known for. Henry released single “Girlfriend” last month and at the end of April will launch his latest, “Real Love,” a splendid, mellow love song reminding us a little of David Tao or John Mayer. The music video is out, and we have embedded it below.