Directly to the Money Scene
Conscious Rap in Street Language LeeDaMan realized his artistic talents at an early age while attending the School for Creative and Performing Arts in Cincinnati, Ohio. In his early teenage years, LeeDaMan, was introduced to rap and hip-hop which utimately became a love that would last forever. By the age of 21, he had established a well-known studio in the heart of Cincinnati known as UpRock Studio in Cincinnati's hip-hop community until he ran into an untimely incarceration. On a conviction for drug trafficking, he spent the next four years in prison writing songs, reading books, studying concepts and calculating his return. Within a year's time being back on the streets, LeeDaMan, put his plan into motion by starting his own record label, (Solitaire Rock Records) and attaining knowledge of the music industry. Living the street life ignited the album titled 'Directly to the Money Scene'. This album is a blend of conscious rap in street language lasered to underground beats. The time he spent, while incarcerated, was a speed bump on his journey, but never discouraged him from accomplishing his dream. LeeDaMan definitely has a testimony to share with today's youth about the consequences of the drug trade.