With the release of her fourth studio album "I'm Still Me", Erica Sunshine Lee continues to impress audiences with her clever and contagious melodies and prolific songwriting. In her first single, the title track "Without You I'm Still Me", she stays true to herself after enduring the pain of heartache and explains how her daily routine, although devastated from the breakup, must go on, so she can maintain who she is as a person. Erica Sunshine Lee's new album proves that she is a real country girl from Georgia, with her tribute to classic country in her tunes "You Break My Heart" and "Reason To Leave", featuring Wayne Mills in her first duet.Sunshine also boasts about being a down-home southern girl in "Pop With A Twang", stating vividly that she is not pretending to be anyone she's not. It's upbeat songs like this and "Drinking and Driving Me Crazy" that keep crowds entertained worldwide as she continues her tour throughout the South Pacific in early 2012 across New Zealand and Australia, performing at Country Festivals from Auckland, New Zealand to Tamworth, Australia. Following her hit album "The Walk of Shame", Erica reveals a more vulnerable side in "I'm Just Your Woman", as her delicate lyrics paint a sobering picture of how women feel when they are neglected by the men they so dearly love. Sunshine continues to be herself, whether it's the humor of "Whipped Cream", which her friends and fans knows that she holds so dear, and maintains her ability to laugh at situations, despite how difficult they are to cope with at the time. To that end, she recounts her own personal experience of being cheated on by her ex boyfriend when he travels to Brazil in her newly released single "HO IN RIO".