Growing up playing in the biggest European clubs - Axis, Space, Amnesia, Goa, The Egg, Ministry of Sound – he gained success thanks to remixes and collaborations with INXS, Planet Funk, Underworld, The Housemartins, Scissor Sisters and many others.
After being among the “Essential New Tunes" of Pete Tong on BBC Radio 1, Lenny started singing in 2005. The British press defined his style as a mixture between Talking Heads and Ian Dury. Later on Lenny was invited by Hardage to take part in his project which included Jocelyn Brown, Maxi Priest, Level 42 and Peter Gabriel.
In 2007, Lenny released the single "Feels Like Home", together with Meck who took care of the production (with Simon Duffy) and the vocals. The track entered the Top 40 of the UK Singles Chart and was A-listed on BBC Radio One.The song was on the soundtrack for Wembley Stadium's opening event; the FA Cup final between Manchester United and Chelsea.
A few months later, Madonna used "Feels Like Home" in a mashup with "Like a Prayer", and performed the new version in 80 countries across the world within the Sticky & Sweet Tour in 2008/09, creating "Feels Like a Prayer".
Lenny remixed Missy Elliott and Timbaland's "Get Involved" for the Ministry Of Sound and "Static Revenger" for Toolroom, and will soon release his new album Music Is Killing Piracy which contains collaborations with Tiësto, Mark Knight, Benny Benassi, TV Rock, Francesco Farfa, Piatto, Meck, Jose Amnesia and his musical partner Simon Duffy.