ADRIAN WHITE, aka, "K-I-D" is CEO & President of ANUFFSAYD RECORDS, INC. and has been in the entertainment business for several years. Adrian went from being a rap artist to being a manager. Now, he is fulfilling his long-time dream and is producing. As a performer, K-I-D performed with artists such as Big Daddy Kane, Public Enemy, JA Rule, KRS One, MOP and Buster Rhymes.
Adrian played a role as a rapper in the film, "Living in Paradise." He has been in independent films such as "For The Good Times," "MacBeth," and "Bling-Bling." His success in film brought in offers for future film projects and television commercials.
Adrian worked with children at the South Side Boys and Girls Club (Va.) and taught music theory. He implemented several programs at the Club and created their first theme song. The song brought pride to the hearts of the children and the staff. Adrian also coaches Jr. Football for children (ages 5-8).
A native of Long Island, New York, Adrian also resided in Queens for a few years. He relocated from New York to Norfolk, Virginia in 1998 to start his own record label and named it "ANUFFSAYD RECORDS." Dedicated friends and business associates, who demonstrated their faith in Adrian''s vision by providing financial support to back ANUFFSAYD RECORDS.
While living in Virginia, Adrian met a young man who went by the name of "Seven Capadon." While Seven was pretty good ... with his southern style ... something was missing. A few weeks later, a rapper by the name of "Black Heart" came to Adrian with his own rhymes. Adrian put the group together and named it " TWO 2 DA HEAD." The trio (Seven, Black Heart and K-I-D) has a unique style. The combination of the three is magic! Tired of record labels wanting new artists to be clones of established artists, K-I-D put out his own style of music on the biggest radio stations in the Hampton Roads area. The stations played several of K-I-D''s songs and brought him in for an on-air interview. Adrian''s producing skills had brought New York and the ''dirty south'' together on a 21-track, hot CD. They took their hit show on the road and TWO 2 DA HEAD became so hot that their style is labeled, ''city-country'' music.
Adrian White is a hard-working, talented man with visions of being the first record label in the state of Virginia. He is available for public speaking engagements, rapping performances, acting roles in film and television and producing as well.
ADRIAN WHITE, aka, K-I-D says, "I will take the industry on my back for the next ten years."
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