MARRIED TO HIP HOP (NOT THE DRAMA) WITH TRACEY LEE
Married To Hip Hop Not The Drama, with Tracey Lee is a Podcast focused around good music and entertaining conversation featuring recording artist and entertainment lawyer Tracey Lee, DJ Blinks, and their lovely wives, a.k.a. "The 1st Ladies" Lori and Kat.
We offer listeners current popular music along with less frequently heard past hits that will take you down memory lane – back to basement parties and college dorm rooms. The show also includes music from independent artists that mainstream stations overlook and ignore.
The show combines lifestyle topics, social issues, celebrity news, humor, and music. Season one was 10 episodes of pure raw entertainment showcasing a list of prestigious guests that included Grammy award-winning Producer Deric 'D-Dot' Angelettie, Grammy-nominated singer Eric Roberson, and Hollywood actor Dorian Missick, to name a few. Our music selection along with our unique viewpoint from a mature hip hop perspective is what sets us apart.
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Tracey Lee inked a recording deal with Bystorm/Universal Records under which he released a solo album entitled, Many Facez (1997), which included the hit single, The Theme (It's Party Time). He earn a Juris Doctorate Degree in entertainment law and currently sits on the Governor's Board for The Recording Academy Washington, DC Chapter.
Entrepreneur, publisher, author, screenwriter, producer, and director, Lori Nelson Lee is no stranger to producing content. So when the idea to do a podcast was presented to her, she jumped at the chance to executive produce. Her vision was to take urban radio, late night TV, and the illusion of reality TV and merge it into a family podcast. Voila!
Lawrence "DJ Blinks" Delemar has been a professional DJ for over 30 years, opening up shows for various artists across genres nationally and internationally, including Stone Love, Brand Nubian, and Junior Mafia. As a music producer, he worked with notable artists such as Brian McKnight, Raven Symone’, Tracey Lee, and 702.
Kathy Guillaume Delemar is a change agent and social justice activist who speaks truth to power. Kathy has two decades’ worth of experience building diverse, equitable, & inclusive initiatives, while addressing issues of systemic racism. She received the 2010-11 Emerging Leader award from the Bank of America Neighborhood Excellence Leadership Program.