LaMarcus Q. White, a.k.a."Gino White" was born in Pulaski Tennessee on September 17, 1985. At the age of 2 he began expressing a deep appreciation for music. His early years also included being active in sports, most known for his time spent on the Basketball Court around the neighborhood, Giles County High and even while being in a group home.
However, with the good also comes the bad. But, with the heart of a King he has overcome any adversity he found himself faced with. Refusing to be defined by his mistakes, after years spent in and out of jail and prison, he has put his dreams into motion.
In 2004 he founded Street Mobb along with his best friend/brother, Walter "King Jay-Bez" Powell. Since then, he has hit the ground running. His taste in music as diverse as the streets he hails from, he accredits his style to influences like 2Pac, Master P, Boosie Bad Azz, BG, Geto Boys, UGK, 8 Ball & MJG, Three 6 Mafia, Young Buck & D Tay, Quanie Cash, Usher, New Edition, Montell Jordan, Drew Young, Mr. Technique and Animosity along with many many others. With popular singles "Not The One" and "Keep it a Hunnid "he has caught the attention of the likes of Lil Wyte, Haystak, and DJ UNK all of which he has opened for. His feature credits include his Street Mobb brothers and also his Ratchet Nation brothers. Mr. KB, Mocca B, Tez, Crisis The Rhyme Don, and Sara Shine to name a few.
With connects to DJ Siza Hanz and Brookville Photography, Trunkbangaz Ent., and The Street Mobb South clothing line that dropped March 2016, Gino can usually be found in the studio or working on an upcoming project but, his most important role, even above CEO/Owner of S.M.S. and being a successful artist, is being a father. Being one of 6 children family is everything to him. He also takes pride in giving back to the community and helping others.
For more on Gino White please visit the official Facebook (facebook.com/gwhite0917) Instagram (gino_white931), Twitter (@gwhite0917) and website (www.ginowhitetn.com) Also watch for New Singles "On My Grind" and "Let Me In" and the full Album "Keep it A Hunnid.....In A Major Way"