Hector began his music career as a member of the new jack swing group Rhythm N Bass. The group were signed by Sony Music after entertainment executive Richard Pascoe featured the group in a European edition of Yo! MTV Raps. He then decided to concentrate on songwriting and music production. It was this period in 1993 that Richard Pascoe took the role as International A&R manager for Pop music at Rondor Music International, where he signed Hector and fellow Rhythm N Bass member Alister Tennant as songwriters. When transitioning from performer to songwriter, Hector got in touch with Steve Mac, who was working with the British boy band Damage. He had originally met Mac while Hector was working as a background singer.
Wayne Hector has written for such high profile acts as Britney Spears, One Direction, Pussycat Dolls, Susan Boyle, James Morrison, Toše Proeski, Westlife, Carrie Underwood, Nicki Minaj, Rascal Flatts, Il Divo, Cheryl Cole, The Wanted, JLS, Enrique Iglesias, Travis McCoy, Def Leppard and others. He is signed to Warner/Chappell Music. 
Relation with Little Mix
- Hector co-wrote Little Mix's song Always Be Together for their debut album DNA and Nothing Else Matters for their fourth album Glory Days.