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Album Review

Frost looks tired on the cover of his Still up in This $#*T, and you can imagine why. In the liner notes, he discusses all the "ish" he went through since his previous album, That Was Then, This Is Now, Vol. 2 (2000). During that two-year span, some of Frost's family passed away and some of his acquaintances took advantage of him. Rather than come out vengeful, however, Frost comes out wise and reserved, thankful for what he has and trying his best to be tolerant of the "ish" rather than angry about it. Anyone who has followed Frost throughout his prolific run as a West Coast Chicano rapper will appreciate his mature stance on Still up in This $#*T. Unfortunately, anyone not familiar with much of Frost's past recordings may not see the significance of this album's change in tone. You need a bit of context to comprehend this significance, and once you have that context, you'll no doubt appreciate Frost's growth.

Biography

Born: 31 May 1964 in East Los Angeles, CA

Genre: Hip-Hop/Rap

Years Active: '80s, '90s, '00s

Frost — originally known as Kid Frost — was a pioneer in the field of Latin hip-hop, cutting some of its very first records and helping to bring exposure to other bilingual MCs. Frost was born Arturo Molina Jr. on May 31, 1964; while he spent some time with his family on military bases in Guam and Germany, he was raised primarily in East L.A. He started rapping in 1982, and became an accomplished breakdancer as well, joining the top-notch Uncle Jamm's Army crew. He adopted the name Kid...
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