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We Aint Playin'

by Frank White

Frank White is a mogul in the making and "We Aint Playin' is a "Hit". This Cd is Enhanced so that you can watch the Video on your computer. Check for new videos and music from the upcoming Album Frank White Driven.
Genre: Hip-Hop/Rap: Dirty South
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3. We Aint Playin' Insrumental
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4. We Aint Playin' Acapella
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Album Notes
Frank White: Redefining the Rap Game with New Single "We Aint Playin'

The name may be ordinary, but Houston independent rap label owner Frank White has proven he’s an extraordinary businessman. With over a decade of experience, White is redefining how the world sees “southern country rap.”
Digi-Cards are cards that have music on them that you can download music straight on your computer to your MP3 player and I-Pod. "These cards are great, I'm just fortunate to be one of the first Independent artist in the Great State of Texas to have my music be distributed like this, I'm making history," White said. You will be able to purchase the new EP "We Ain't Playin" from a store near you in the form of a Digi-Card.
It was 1999 when White decided to leave his hometown of Amarillo, Texas and take his talents to the Bayou City, thinking Houston could bring more luck in the rap arena. It’s there that he developed a love of “Screw Music" and the Houston style of rap.
"When I first moved to Houston, I met "Big Hawk" and he greeted me with open arms even though he didn’t know who the hell I was! Once I found out how open armed the game was, I decided to pursue my career as an indie label owner (Unkutt Records) with my brother Prez-D and a writer and producer.”
The brothers’ hard work is paying off. With seven releases from Unkutt Records and sales that are turning heads (they sold 25,000 units independently), White and his brother are looking at a bright future in the rap game. And they’re working with some of the best talents to make that happen.
“The beats in our music are hot,” White said. “The producers I mess with can work for anybody and probably have."
White – who has a degree from Sam Houston State University - has worked with artists from California, New York and Texas, including Sean Blaze who has worked with 50 cent on the Get Rich or Die Trying album and Chammillionaire on the Sound of Revenge.
White’s job is not without its difficulties. Among the most challenging, obtaining a distribution company he can trust to handle his music.
“Getting distribution deals are difficult right. Independent labels are struggling with finding individual handling as the music industry is moving away form the store front.” White said.
White is confident if anyone can make it happen, he can. His goal is to prove himself as an artist, produce quality music, stay consistent day to day and grow as an artist.”
White also just finished the movie "At All Cost" in which he stars in as a car salesman from Amarillo, Texas that pursues his dream of music and moves to Houston.
"It was a blessing to experience doing an independent film, I am truly blessed".
And with multiple projects on his plate, White believes the sky is the limit.
“Five years from now, I see myself as part of the new revolution in the music industry. Since I hate to lose and love to win, I know with God first I'll make it happen!”



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Sean field

That's hot
Keep doing ya thang bro you got some heat for real.


We Ain't Playin
This single is great can't wait for the full album!! I like the videos on