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Erik White is an American music video director. In 2010, he made his feature film directorial debut with the comedy film Lottery Ticket , [1] starring rappers Bow Wow and Ice Cube. He appeared on the reality show competition The Glee Project on the Oxygen network.

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Videography

This is a list of music videos featuring directing credits attributed to White. His most frequent collaborator is singer Chris Brown with seven videos.

For several years, he directed most of the videos for numerous artists:

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References

  1. Kolker, Robert (2011-07-07). A Cinema of Loneliness. Oxford University Press US. pp. 267–. ISBN   978-0-19-973002-5 . Retrieved 12 July 2011.
  2. Flo Rida official page blog http://www.officialflo.com/ Archived 2011-02-19 at the Wayback Machine