Lexee Crystal Harris

Lexee Crystal Harris aka Lexee was born January 12, 1995. This resident of Eagan, Minnesota has been singing since the age of four. Always the entertainer Lexee also loves all genres of music. At 20 Lexee is an accomplished singer, songwriter, model, actress and author of a comic book series titled “Samarakan.”

Lexee works on expanding her many talents by taking acting classes, dancing, and vocal lessons.  She also continues to publish her comic books through Crystal Publishing.

In 2011 she launched the first in a series of comic books titled, “Samarakan,” a tale of forbidden love. She completed Vo1. 2 in 2012 and and her most recent Vol.3 in 2013.  Her comic books are now available at Amazon.com.

As an indie folk singer, Lexee Crystal is an extraordinary young lady, she recently concluded production on her fifth original song, “Everything is Gonna Be Alright,” this sound will be on her upcoming debut album and is now available on iTunes and CD Baby. “Everything is Gonna Be Alright” was written for Lexee’s charity, Lexee Crystal Fighting Homelessness for Teens. She recorded another original song with producer Brandon Jarrett titled “Breathless”, which was on a soundtrack for Lifetime TV Movie “A Star for Christmas” in 2012. Lexee’s latest songs “I’m Feeling Lucky” is on a sound track for another TV movie titled “Lucky Dog”, 2014.

Lexee Crystal’s singing talents are in high-demand, she has performed at the MN Spokesman-Recorders Graduation Celebration; on the local popular show “The Lemmy O Show” with host Al B. Ware, and she was also a featured guest twice featured on “The Art Cunningham Show,” and as host of the 2010-2012 Minnesota Teens’ Motivational Tour.

Lexee performed at the Annual Urban’s League’s Family Day in August 2013. Lexee was also the opening act for the Hue-MAN ‘Ole 4th Ave. South Day Festival.

Lexee continues to give back to her community through many different events she’s done over the years. She has performed in Polar Bears International’s fundraiser to help save Polar bears, the Target Center LiftKids Organization Benefit Concert, hosted the Minnesota Teens Motivational Tour, and this past May (2013)  kicked off an Annual “Walk For Success” march with students from  Plymouth Christian Youth Center, an urban alternative high school in North Minneapolis.

As an actress Lexee was featured in a mini-movie titled, “Who wants to be a Millionaire?” starred in the dramatic indie film The Family Guardians – produced and director by Lee H. Jordan, and co-starred in the Minnesota stage production of “Alice in Wonderland.”

As a model Lexee has appeared in a Sketcher’s advertising campaign.

Lexee is also a very active member of her community and she has started a charity for homeless teens called, “Lexee Crystal Fighting Homelessness in Teens”, in which Lexee collects toiletry items such as shampoo, soap, toothpaste and socks to put into bags to give to homeless students in schools across Minnesota. Lexee has teamed up with an organization called Kids For a Better World to make these charity events possible.

Managed by Crystal Entertainment Group, Lexee was also featured in the Star Tribune and Heard magazine, and appeared in an advertisement in the August issue of Pop Star magazine. Lexee was also featured in a commercial for NDSCS.

Learn more about Lexee Crystal by visiting her Facebook Page.

Purchase her “Samarakan,” comic book series at Amazon Click here to purchase the Samarakan series or by visiting the Source Comic store in St. Paul, MN.

You can hear Lexee’s songs on Reverbnation.

Purchase her songs on iTunes and on CDBaby.