In the early 80's, Henk had a few demo's on tapes that he wanted to release. He got to contact top Dutch producers Richard de Bois and Peter van Asten, thanks to Jurre Haanstra. Henk introduced Get It On to them and his Dutch TOP 40 hit and Euro floor filler was released in August of 1983. He played all the instruments on Get It On, except keys by Glenn Gaddum. A few other singles followed around 1984 and 1985 but they didn't get the attention of Get It On. He composed with Richard de Bois and Peter van Asten, the song, Bad Boy by Centerfold, released in early 1984. In summer of 1984, he performed in Sopot, Poland, at the Sopot Music Festival. In fall of 1985 he performed in Tokyo, Japan, at the World Popular Song Festival. Henk Braaf also played guitar and bass for other artists but also synthesiser on his own compositions and productions.
He also composed for the Dolly Dots and other Dutch artists till the early 90's. He stopped with the music and finished his degree. He started a family and is again at his first love, the guitar, after more than 20 years put a side. He also plays guitar with his old musician friends and is also enjoying performing for and with freelance musicians on his free time.
Singles & EPs
|Spence||Get It On (Maxi, Single)||Ariola||Germany||1983||Sell This Version|
|Spence||Do You Want My Love (Single)||Ariola||Scandinavia||1984||Sell This Version|
|Spence||I Only Want To Tell You That I Love You (Single, Maxi)||Ariola, Ariola||Germany||1985||Sell This Version|
|107.495||Spence||Turn Me Down (7", Single)||Ariola||107.495||Europe||1985||Sell This Version|