American rapper Mr. Lee’s first album is “Get Busy," which was released in 1990. A New Zealand pop star with a similar name is Mr. Lee Grant, whose first album, “Mr. Lee Grant,” was released in 1967.
Mr. Lee was born in 1968 as Leroy Haggard Jr. He is popular in Chicago-house music circles for combining hip hop and house music. He released his second album, “I Wanna Rock Right Now,” in 1992. “Get Busy,” “Pump Up London,” “Pump That Body” and “Get Off” are some of his popular singles.
Mr. Lee Grant was born in a Nazi concentration camp on April 22, 1945, as Bogdan Kominowski. A successful singer, he has also appeared in TV shows and movies, including the James Bond movie, "A View to a Kill." “Opportunity,” “Why or Where or When,” “Thanks to You” and “Movin’ Away” are some of his popular singles.