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Voted “Best” of just about everything by The Miami New Times, Lee who describes himself as a Singer, Rhymesmith, Songwriter, Poet, Producer, Storyteller and Musician is set to release his sophomore album  Naked replete with his signature thought provoking prose tackling issues like Religion, HIV, Racial Contemplation and Love.

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Urbanology Magazine Features Lee

It’s rare that we turn on the TV or radio and hear music playing that speaks on relevant, pressing issues such as HIV and race just to name a couple. But turn on poet/singer, Lee, and hear just that. His music is a change from the everyday mainstream music you hear, refreshing and relatable, and not bound to one genre. Getting ready for the release of his latest album, Naked, Lee talks about his experience with the project, as well as, life. Humble and honest, Lee sheds light, inspiration and wisdom not only through his music and poetry but also in conversation.

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Spring is here!

So it’s shaping up to be a great spring for me. I’ve started work on a new album. The title is a reflection of the place I’m in right now, and my observations about the current social climate. It’s coming together quite well. I’m happy with the direction that it’s taking. Next Friday I have a show at BeBop Club. Then Matienzo. Then I’m off to New York for a show at BAM. Then I return for another show at Sheldon Bar in Buenos Aires. It’s really a fun and exciting time for me. I’m doing exactly what I want to be doing and I hope that I am sharing something special with people. Anyway, maybe the album will be done by the end of the summer here in Buenos Aires. I always enjoy this process. Stay... read more

How’s Buenos Aires?

It’s really been a lot of fun here. There’s so many factors involved in what has made it great. A lot of it is adjusting to a new culture. And a lot of it is just being away from the regular tolls of life in the U.S. I’ve had a chance to really become a better musician and songwriter and form some great new relationships with the cats I play with and work with here. That’s given me a fresh perspective on making music. I’ve really enjoyed it. It’s been very liberating to just focus on being a musician and enjoying that ride. One of the things that has made a big impression on me is the warmth and over all familial attitude of the venues and their staff here. Everyone has been really nice and welcoming. You feel appreciated in some ways. And that makes what we do a lot more fun and exciting. Everyone wants to work together to create a great evening for the audience. I’ve really appreciated that. That means that all there is left to do is to play the music and put on a great performance. It’s been fun. Anyway, thanks Buenos Aires. Looking forward to many more fun times. So far so good. Stay tuned…... read more

New Phase? Maybe.

So I had a conversation with someone earlier this evening about whether I was working on a new album. I answered “no”. The last time we had spoken I had mentioned that I might be starting on a new project and interested in letting someone else take the wheel and produce me. That hasn’t come to fruition yet. But it’s still something that I may consider. The whole conversation got me to thinking. It’s been a while since I’ve collaborated with anyone on anything substantial. A lot of that had to do with proving to myself that I was capable of expressing complete thoughts on my own. I spent a lot of time with The Square Egg and learning from those guys. And when it was time to move on I guess I set out to show myself that I was a capable artist in my own right. Along the way I’ve met some great people and learned a lot. It was interesting to think about how much I’ve grown and what I’ve become as a musician, songwriter and producer. I think that I would feel confident working in a group setting again, as I’d feel like I was bringing something more to the table. This certainly isn’t to say that I wasn’t before. But I’ve got a renewed understanding of my own creative voice so my vision for what I want to create is much more clear. It’s an interesting thought process. I’d be curious as to what would be created in a collaborative group setting. The guys here in Buenos Aires add colors to the stuff I... read more