Lee is also a savvy business woman who handpicked her all female team and is the founder and President of Manslave Records, Inc. She has created her own niche and is undoubtedly demonstrating that women have more to offer the music industry than sexually explicit lyrics and a pretty face. Lexie Lee’s following is engaged by her lyrics, which take a detour from the mundane, over-processed pop singles saturating today’s market. She has been described in Juice magazine as a “hot pick” and by her fans as a "breath of fresh air". She is receiving radio play in Jamaica, the UK, Germany and the USA.
Her hit single "Warlord's Daughtah" aka "Warlord" which will be featured on her upcoming EP entitled "Di Preparation" was in the top 10 1XTRA UKG chart for 7 weeks. The UK massive can't get enough of Lexie Lee. DJ Paleface played his exclusive remix of "Warlord's Daughtah" at a Rave in Sheffield and the whole crowd went crazy causing the Rave to be shut down after the audience gave Lexie many forwards followed by gun salutes. According to Paleface, it was the first time he'd seen such an overwhelming response, "the people just can't get enough." End Result, Lexie a di real Warlord's Daughtah and her tune Warlord's Daughtah is now banned in Sheffield due to the overwhelming response. At the request of Bounty Killer, Lexie Lee performed on Fully Loaded 2006 alongside Bounty Killer, Wyclef Jean, and Busy Signal in Jamaica.
At the Splash Festival 2006 in Chemintz, Germany, she performed on the same stage one of Germany’s biggest sounds, Sound Quake. Lexie Lee is also featured on German dancehall artist Ill Inspecta‘s debut album. Among the likes of artists she considers an inspiration; Lee always refers to Bounty Killer, Jean Grae, Lady Saw, Ani Di Franco, The Pixies and Jah Cure. Most of Lexie Lee's inspiration can be found in her daily experiences.
“Life is full of material so it's not necessary for me to invent a fictional world devoid of the true human experience. I have plenty of experiences to draw from.” Lexie Lee As a child, Lexie Lee spent most of her early years in Orange Hill and Little London before moving to Los Angeles at the age of 8. After spending a couple years in LA, Lexie Lee returned to Sandy Bay, Hanover where she lived with her grandparents while attending Rusea's High school in Jamaica. Her grandmother was, and still is, a member of the church choir.
Her uncle is an accomplished guitarist and has worked with many reggae legends including several of the Marley's. Lee’s mother is also a gifted singer and she exposed Lee to a variety of music while growing up, everything from Country to R&B. Lexie Lee’s music is refreshing ear candy that’s guaranteed to knock any eardrum and leave listeners wanting more. Lexie Lee is The New Era of Dancehall; authentically eclectic and every bit hardcore, Jamaican.
She blends old time tradition with a likkle bit a new, KEEPIN’ IT DUTTYAH, pon every corner, gully, and avenue. Currently, Lee divides her time between Jamaica, New York, and Los Angeles. When she is not writing, Lexie Lee creates detailed ink drawings that imitate life and landscapes in an industrial fashion. www.lexielee.com www.myspace.com/lexielee For more information and booking, please contact Manslave Records, Inc. Manslave Management email@example.com 310-593-4038 (LA office) Read more on Last.fm. User-contributed text is available under the Creative Commons By-SA License; additional terms may apply..
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