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Whiteout aka Austin Wallace is a 24 year old hip hop artist from Dallas, Texas. He has been writing music since he was the age of 10 and has been writing and perfmorning specifically hip hop since the age of 13. At 13 years old Whiteout and his family moved to Atlanta, Georgia. This is where his life would take a crazy direction; At the age of 13, he was bullied heavily by his peers and teachers so in order to vent his frustrations he turned to writing hip hop. In the summer of 2004, he almost commit suicide due to the depression that had consumed him internally. For three days he battled with finding meaning and purpose in life. He questioned everything and didn't know where to turn to make the pain stop. Finally, on the third day he overcame depression, with whom he gives the credit to, being Jesus Christ. He vowed from that day forward to live a life that was inspiring, motivating, and encouraging to others despite the words that people may say. He started writing music that would change peoples lives and never looked back from that moment. Fast forward to 2009, at the age of 18 Whiteout had grown in popularity; traveling from several states to perform and speak publicly crowds would gather wherever he went. Now at the age of 24 years old, Whiteout has performed in countless concerts and traveled all over the United States. Any time Whiteout is around there will always be a smile on your face. His performances bring an energy level that is hard to match which makes for some extremely entertaining concerts. But we'll let you be the judge of that



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