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Discography

2007- ANTHUM "The Anthum Ep"

2006 - "God Fearin Rap Music" re-recorded, coming soon!

2006 - "Lesun Presents... The Message: Vol. 3",

2005 - "Lesun Presents... The Message: Vol.2"

2005 - "God Fearin Rap Music"

2005 - "The MIIC Album Collabs "

2004 - "The Message Radio Show Mix LP"

songs & albums featuring me
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year: 2006
album: "Da 1,2"
song name: "Noway", "Eat"
artist: J-Reign feat. Lesun

year: 2006
album: "Jireh Fashions Mixtape"
song name: "Eat"
artist: J-Reign feat. Lesun

year: 2006
album: "FIC Underground"
song name: "Main Event", "Soulja Walk"
artist: Lesun, Soulja-K feat. Lesun

year: 2005
album: "Necrology 102 - Reprogrammed"
song name: "He Still Loves Me "
artist: Theory Hazit feat. Lesun

year: 2005
album: "Christ Affiliated"
song name: "Ghetto Rhyme Session"
artist: BIG STEVE feat. Lesun, MRM, Mr. Soulwinner, Patch1, Jey-9, Jei-R

year: 2005
album: "Timeline"
song name: "Enemy"
artist: D-MAUB feat. Lesun, Eckspress, Theory Hazit, & V-NICE

year: 2005
album: "Simple Faith - Demo"
song name: "Dunuh"
artist: Simple Faith feat. Lesun

year: 2004
album: "Serious Series: Vol. 2"
song name: "1nce in a Lifetime"
artist: Lesun

year: 2004
album: "Serious Series: Vol. 1"
song name: "Them Hands"
artist: Lesun

year: 2004
album: "holycultureradio.com/Soul Bombing: Vol. 1"
song name: "Regardless"
artist: Lesun

year: 2004
album: "Certified Street Bangers: Underground of Underground"
song name: "Underground of Underground"
artist: Lesun, K-Drama, Theory Hazit

year: 2004
album: "DJ Maestro Mixtape : Vol. 4 "
song name: "Main Event", "Shonuff"
artist: Lesun

year: 2004
album: "DJ I Rock Jesus - Straight Ministry Heat"
song name: "Song11", "Power", "Shonuff"
artist: Lesun, Ruff handz, J-Reign

year: 2003
album: "Ruff Draft"
song name: "Changed", "Song 11"
artist: Ruff Handz feat. Lesun

did beats for
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J-Reign
Chozen
MC Till
K-Drama
Brotha Tone
Kaleb Starr
BIG STEVE
Amill
Soulja-K
Roman Parable
Phayth the Wordsmith
Eckspress
MRM
Excelsius
Bracey
Simple Faith
D-MAUB
MTribs
Homaje
Deacon
Dre Blezzid
Ruff Hanz
Virtuous

collabed with
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BIG STEVE
Kenny Mathis
Amill
J-Reign
Chozen
K-Drama
Kaleb Starr
Jay Tha Kid
Soulja-K
Roman Parable
Eckspress
Ruff Hanz
BraceySimple
Simple Faith
J-City
DMAUB
Homaje
VNICE
MRM
Ciara
Justin
Theory Hazit
MTribs
Dre Blezzid




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Bio

On December 10, 1978, I was born Michael Lyons Leeper Jr to Michael and Sheron Leeper in Midland, Michigan. I was born the second child of three with an older sister, Nicole and a younger sister, Erin. Throughout my childhood I was raised in the church. My grandfather, Kenneth Leeper, was a minister in Lancaster Baptist in Lancaster,Oh. My father and mother were loving parents, but also very strict. As I child, I was raised to be responsible, and to work hard for everything, so I was always given a lot chores to do, and extra homework away from school . My father woke us up early every day, even on the weekends and during the summer, to instill in us a sense of discipline and character. But I was too young to understand that so I just grew frustrated and began hating life inside the Leeper home. I was on punishment all the time, and constantly was being reprimanded about everything and anything. From the time I was born until I was 13, we had moved 6 times. And in 1991, we came to Cincinnati, Oh. By this time I was in junior high, I was a honor roll student. A lazy honor roll student. (But that trait did not become a hindrance until I got in high school). Besides going school and doing chores, I had a ton of hobbies like any other kid my age. I loved to play basketball all the time, everyday, any day, no matter what. I always wanted to play pro ball, college ball, any type organized ball. Sometimes I would walk miles, in the cold , just to play ball. And if I was the only one on the court that never mattered, I was just glad to play. I also liked football, baseball, boxing, and track and field. I loved computers too. The Commodore 64 was the first personal computer I owned. It was given to me by my father, and since he was an engineer, we always had at least 2 or 3 computers in the house. I always loved music, but I didn’t start writing until I was 11. My parents didn’t allow none of us to listen to rap music, or really any secular music for that matter. So music videos were definitely out of the question. I remember always having to sneak to watch or listen to music. Sometimes we got caught, other times we didn’t. In English class, when we would write journal entries I’d write rhymes instead. Me and my boys use have freestyle circles right before school We did that every day for 4 years. We started rap groups, and we would record songs whenever I would stay over night at their houses. So with a karoke machine and a microphone, we recorded tape after tape of us just rhyming over whatever instrumentals we could get our hands on. Most of the time, I missed out on hanging out with them because I was on punishment or they would go places I wasn’t allowed to go. When I got in high school, I started to struggle in my honor classes. No longer could I get by with not doing homework (like in juinor high)or in other words being lazy. As a result, my test scores started to suffer, and I remained unable to go-out for the basketball team, or to do anything including music, until my grades improved. When I was senior, I made the varsity team, but I was kicked off the team for missing practice and a host of other reprehensible reasons.

After grduating high school early, I moved out to live with my grandmother while attending the University of Cincinnati(Raymond Walters) for almost three yrs, then I dropped out for financial reasons. While I was there, I indulged in a lifestyle dedicated of doing whatever I wanted to do on a daily basis. I club hopped every chance I got, went to Spring Break in Florida, drank alcohol, and did almost every drug imaginable at least once and of course engaged in premarital sex. I also began my career as a aspiring mc. I formed a group called Unkut with four other cats I knew from college. I dabbled around in a couple a studios until we were introduced to G-Fresh, one of the co-founders of Scribble Jam. Unkut became a two man group, me(Lesun) and my Big Mike.We became a group along with other groups under his independent label, Truth Music Progeny, from 1998 to 2002. We did a lot of shows, including Scribble Jam ‘99, 2000, in Louisville, and shows in some local spots, like Top Cats, The Glass Onion, Annie’s, The Ritz, Bogart’s, The Mad Frog, and more. In 2000, I began making beats because I wanted a different sound for the group. Meanwhile, I continued to lead my life the way I did in college. I moved out of my grandmother’s house and got and apartment along with two friends. Meanwhile, I was realizing how difficult it was to live on my own. It was really hard to afford rent along with still being able to go out every night. So I began taking on life as a thief, stealing from jobs I had, I began following what I hated most out of people I knew. So when I stole, I was stolen from. In 2001, I was convicted of felony forgery, and arrested and sentenced to 5 yrs probation. It was the first time I had ever been incarcerated. I also had my first child, Alayah, June 6, 2001 with a girl, Larissa (