(NASHVILLE, Tennessee) — Within hours of releasing his highly-anticipated third studio album, Between Two Worlds, Reach Records recording artist Trip Lee saw his June 22nd release debut in the Top 10 Albums Chart at iTunes. Just 48 hours after the release, the album currently sits at #12 overall and #5 on the Hip-Hop/Rap Chart, alongside hitmakers like Eminem and Drake.

Between Two Worlds features guest performances by Lecrae, Sho Baraka, Jimmy Needham, Thi’sl and Jai, who is featured on the first radio single, “The Invasion (Hero).” Between Two Worlds is available now at iTunes and wherever music is sold. Deluxe and vinyl versions are available online at www.merchline.com/reach/, and an exclusive version with bonus content is also available at all Family Christian Stores (in-store only).

This summer, Trip Lee is launching a unique live concert experience – The B2W Concert Series – which will give fans in select markets an opportunity to experience Between Two Worlds live! The confirmed dates are listed below:

7/31 – Detroit, MI
8/1 – Toronto, ON
8/6 – Pittsburg, PA
8/7 – Dallas, TX
8/13 – Orlando, FL
8/20 – Germantown, MD
8/27 – Houston, TX
8/28 – Toledo, OH
9/4 – Frenchtown, NJ
9/6 – Savannah, GA

Trip Lee released his debut album, If They Only Knew, in 2006 – the same year he was featured on Lecrae’s Dove Award-nominated hit single “Jesus Muzik.” His sophomore album, 20/20, was released in 2008, landing on the Billboard Top 200 and reaching #11 on the Billboard’s Top Christian Albums chart and #4 on the Top Gospel Albums chart.

For more information, or to sample Trip Lee’s new upcoming album Between Two Worlds, visit www.reachrecords.com.

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