Friday, September 3, 2010

Lea Reis: Bringing back a little soul

Lea Reis has branded her name everywhere in the music industry, especially during the early 1990’s.
Since the late 80’s, Lea has been active behind the scenes producing music for artists like Moe-Dee, Tupac Shakur, Adina Howard, Jackson Del Rey, 12 Gauge, Jade, Valery Watson, Yo-Yo, Kool Moe Dee, KRS-One, Deni Hines, Young MC, Nikki Grier and many other artists throughout her incredible career are in her résumé. Lea has also worked with famed producers including Oji Pierce to help produce for music by Montell Jordan’s known for the song, “This is How We Do it” and she has done music for film including her most recent work for the soundtrack in the 2009 film, “Not Easily Broken”
While Lea has spent much of her career behind the scenes in the studio, this year she released her first solo album called, “In My World”.
Although “In My World” is a new release, the songs were written well over a decade ago, so the musical tones reflect a “throw back” of early 90’s R&B and Soul appeal. Her music is reminiscent of artists like Brandy, TLC, Monica, and somewhat compares to more current artists like Keyshia Cole and Ashanti.
Lea worked with EMI until 1991, when she co-partnered to start her own music production company, but as music began to go digital, that company only lasted until the later part of 90's.
Then began Infinite Music Source. This was Lea's grand return and she has been making her mark with other artists, scoring music in movies, creating soundtracks, and making her own original music. 
Listen to a full 30-minute in-studio interview with Lea Reis with a special 4-track music feature on The Great Unknowns Presents.

Find out more about Lea Reis
Official website: In Lea's World
For Music Production and licensing: Infinite Music Source

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