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Producer Frank E has more hits on tap

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We did a short profile of Colorado producer Frank E a while back, focusing on his work with national artists like Plies and Flo Rida. Then he hooked up with T-Pain and cooked up another a mixtape gem. But there's still no slowing him down, as Flo Rida is dropping a new single produced by Frank E along with Dr. Luke called "Right Round" (yes, it's a take on the '80s hit by Dead or Alive, "You Spin Me Round (Like a Record)"). He also connected with Danjahandz (the producer who mentored under Timbaland and helped Britney Spears make her comeback) to produce a track, "Late Night," for his new artist Kevin Cossom. Cossom is the writer behind such hits as Jezzy's "Go Getta" and Rick Ross's "Speedin'." Cossom will drop his debut on Jive Records this year. Check out both Frank E produced tracks after the jump.

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