Toney Lee is an American singer, songwriter and music producer, best known for his club hit "Reach Up". It reached up for the position #10 on the US Billboard Dance chart. In 1983, Lee recorded his second single "Love So Deep" for Radar Records. While not as successful as his first single, it had a relatively strong performance on the dance charts as well, reaching #22 on the US Billboard Dance Chart. Both tracks were produced and written by Eric Matthew (best known for his work for musicians like Gary's Gang, Sharon Redd and Sinnamon) and Toney Lee. The track is also known for its dub techniques, a post-disco phenomenon that preceded emerging house music. In 1987, Mr. Lee was signed to Jump Street Records. The two singles that emerged were "My Baby Loves Me" and "Sensual Surrender." He also recorded for Critique Records out of Boston, Massachusetts where his album "Teaser" was successful. Nowadays he is active in gospel music.