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25 Year Radio Veteran, Sean Anthony is the Host of "Flow of Wisdom Radio." It airs live Sundays 3p-5p EST on the GCN Radio Networks (gcnlive.com.) Call in 877-300-7645. He is also the author of "Conversations With Hip Hop" available on Amazon.com

Hip Hop MC to Attorney on Flow of Wisdom

029d17d84d6f3e71bba2ec61c87c1115_8qriToday I will have a candid discussion with hip hop artist now entertainment attorney, Tracey Lee. Tracey Lee came on the rap scene in the late 90’s with his hit single, “The Theme, It Party Time.” http://youtu.be/ESo_4GqjKeo

Today, we will talk about his perspective on hip hop, the industry, how it has evolved, popular culture, his faith, endeavors as an artist now attorney, the reality of the industry vs the perception and more.

To listen to the show live click here: http://www.gcnlive.com/mediaPlayers/odPlayer.php?program=flowOfwisdom Call In Number: 1-877-300-7645

From LLeftEnt.com

Tracey is an entertainment attorney equipped with an unprecedented combination of legal education and over 20 years of experience in the music recording industry. In 1996, Tracey’s skills as an Emcee landed him a recording deal with Bystorm/Universal Records.

Under Bystorm/Universal Records, Tracey released a solo album entitled Many Facez (1997). This album included the hit single The Theme (It’s Party Time), which settled on Billboard’s Top 100 for thirty-seven weeks. He had the opportunity to collaborate with award-winning artist such as the Notorious B.I.G., Busta Rhymes, and Kanye West. Some of Tracey’s performances & appearances included BET Rap City: The Basement, BET Teen Summit, Keenan Ivory Wayans Show, and HBO Original Series: ARLI$$. Recently, he starred in the short film Unraveled, written and directed by business partner and wife, Lori Nelson Lee.

Tracey’s industry experience prompted him to seek a legal degree in an effort to become more knowledgeable about the music business. As a result, he earned a Juris Doctorate Degree in 2006. He is a member of the Screen Actors Guild (SAG), Black Entertainment and Sports Law Association (BESLA), the American Bar Association (ABA), and American Federation of Television and Radio Artist (AFTRA).

“Pro Bono” by Tray Lee

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