HeeSun Lee isn’t your average Hip Hop emcee. Put up for adoption in her native Korea at the age of four months, she was brought to America and raised by Chinese parents in a Christian home on Staten Island. As a teenager, she became a fan of Hip Hop acts ranging from Lauryn Hill and Will Smith to Tupac Shakur. All of Lee’s diverse experiences have fused to create the illuminating backdrop for her sophomore CD “Stereotypes” (In My City Records) that releases on iTunes and other retail outlets on January 21, 2014. Lee’s story is unique in that she credits not only her faith but also Hip Hop for saving her life. “Hip Hop saved me from a lot of things,” she confesses. “My biggest struggle growing up was with my identity and it all correlates with being stereotyped and not knowing where I belonged because I was adopted.”
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OKAY!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!| Posted August 17, 2014
Arite , so as I was listening to Jam TheHype, I came across this artist and there and then I feel in love with her music. So when I was googled her I found out about her background and it automatically drew me to her. The music has great words and sound is awesome. Sister really has a talent.
Stereotypes| Posted February 20, 2014 You really should buy the new album, Stereotypesby HeeSun Lee. This worshipper will make you praise with her songs. And you really need to listen to her music. If you like Rap you'll love this album. Let's adore Him!!!!!!!!!!!!!