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Di Lee Hits Top of ReverbNation World Charts

Di Lee, Asian serenity princess and unique music artist and actress, is now No. 1 on ReverbNation World Charts.

Wearing many hats as an Internationally known singer-songwriter and music producer, world-renowned model, actress, and media artist in Los Angeles, California, Di Lee is a multi-talented role model who takes her job seriously.. She is the host and executive producer of the upcoming "Di Lee & Friends" Internet radio show. Her strong sense of culture and heritage comes from being half Chinese and half Italian-American.

ReverbNation is the home to more than 3.02 million musicians, venues, labels, and industry professionals. As a World Artist, Di Lee ranks No. 1 in L.A., is No. 2 across the U.S., and is listed as No. 6 worldwide. Taking lines from her original poetry, Ms. Lee began writing and producing music and now combines fashion, photo-art, music, and acting into a cohesive and creative package.

For more information, visit the website www.dileemusic.com

Di Lee is represented by Eclectic Media Productions National PR firm.

Website: http://mediaproductions.tv

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