Lee-Leet is a stage name made up by the Polish independent artist who plays the piano, produces and publishes her own music. Lee-Leet’s music is art rock/sung poetry/performance with avant-garde influences.
In July 2012, Lee-Leet achieved 100% of her target budget of fan funding for her third album’s European tour and promotion through SellaBand, a music crowd funding platform. The tour called "Lee-Leet Leave It Behind SellaBand Tour 2012/2013" consisted of 17 concerts in five countries: Poland, Germany, Holland and Switzerland.
In June 2012, Lee-Leet had her song "So High" licensed for use by the gaming giant Rock Band Network, an interactive music video game developed by Harmonix Music Systems and published by MTV Games. "So High" is the first Polish indie production to have found its way into the Rock Band Network.
Back in 2009, Lee-Leet recorded and self-released her debut album, “State of Emergency” and took it to just one radio station: the cult Channel 3 of the Polish Radio, a trendsetting station that brought up generations of music lovers in Poland. The album got played and the listeners' interest led to more airplay both in Poland and internationally. Within two years since her debut, Lee-Leet self-released two more albums: “Bare” (2011) where she sings about emotions using minimalistic means of expression i.e. only her voice and the piano and her latest album, “Leave It Behind” (2011).