Glenn Lewis (born Glenn Ricketts on March 13, 1975) is a Canadian R&B and neo soul singer-songwriter best known for his chart topping singles "Don't You Forget It" and "It's Not Fair". His father was a member of the Columbia recording group Crack of Dawn.  Lewis has cited Stevie Wonderas his biggest inspiration, and Lewis has often been compared to him because of the similarities in their tones. Lewis instead decided to focus on music. After moving back to the city, he attended high school at Eastern Commerce Collegiate, where he won a talent contest by covering Stevie Wonder's "I Just Called to Say I Love You". After high school, Lewis began recording demos and performing at nightclubs, eventually becoming a respected act in the city.