Check out Some Guy Named Jay's classic Southeast Hip Hop Magazine Interview with the great Tracey Lee! Tracey Lee made waves in the mid 90s with his smash hit "The Theme" (It's Party Time) and made a lot of noise with his debut album Many Facez in 1997 that gave us bangers such as "The Theme Remix" with Busta Rhymes, "Give It Up Baby", "Stars In The East" and the underground classic "Keep Your Hands High" with the legendary Notorious B.I.G.
Listen to Some Guy Named Jay's interviews with Tracey Lee here at the direct links below
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with classics such as "Keep Your Hands High" with The Notorious B.I.G., "The Theme (Party Time)", and "The Afterparty" featuring Busta Rhymes.
Listen to the song dedicated to all the Educated Black Men titled"Educated Black Man" at the direct link below