Lee Clark Releases “Wishful Thinking” Mixtape Presented by Coast 2 Coast Mixtape Promotions

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Coast 2 Coast Mixtape Promotions and PlateSounds Present Lee Clark’s Latest Mixtape Project, Entitled “Wishful Thinking,” Now Available for Free Download From Coast 2 Coast Mixtapes.

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Hip hop artist Lee Clark recently released his mixtape “Wishful Thinking.” Coast 2 Coast Mixtapes and PlateSounds present the project, which is now available for free download. “Wishful Thinking” features Lee Clark on tracks with guest artist appearances from Stacks, Hayze Rascoe, Dawn Damu, Casaundra, and KP.

Originally accustomed to freestyling just for fun in high school, Norfolk, VA, native Lee Clark was encouraged by a classmate at the age of 16 to write and record tracks in a studio with him. Since then, he has evolved into a young artist who lives to tell a story of raw triumph through written and recorded masterpieces. Lee Clark released his first mixtape, “Cold Thoughts,” in October 2010. It is a reflective set of straightforward, hold-no-feelings lyrics over beats from industry artists like Wiz Khalifa and J. Cole. His laid-back delivery makes his intricate thoughts flow on just about every track of both “Cold Thoughts” and “Superbad”—his second mixtape with a variety of beats sampled from old-school artists such as Ghetto Boys. Clark, a current college student, doesn’t want to only be recognized for his music, he wants to help change the perception of the African-American community by rapping about real-life situations. “I make music because I love to make music,” states Clark. “I bring a few friends with me. I hope that people enjoy my music. I do not attempt to mimic any other artists in the industry. I make music that’s real and influential.”

“Wishful Thinking is available for free streaming and download at http://coast2coastmixtapes.com/mixtapes/mixtapedetail.aspx/lee-clark-wishful-thinking


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