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About Kid Frost

The Los Angeles mic-toucher formally known as Kid Frost was amongst the first successful Latino artists in hip-hop. His first album Hispanic Causing Panic dropped back in 1990 and featured deep-toned, Spanish-peppered party raps, West Coast-flavored production, and a touch of Salsa rhythms that showed a great deal of love and pride for his heritage. He released one more album as Kid Frost before shortening his name in 1995. He's put out four additional records since then, and continues to work with a wide range of Latino artists.

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Listen toKid Froston Rhapsody

The Los Angeles mic-toucher formally known as Kid Frost was amongst the first successful Latino artists in hip-hop. His first album Hispanic Causing Panic dropped back in 1990 and featured deep-toned, Spanish-peppered party raps, West Coast-flavored production, and a touch of Salsa rhythms that showed a great deal of love and pride for his heritage. He released one more album as Kid Frost before shortening his name in 1995. He's put out four additional records since then, and continues to work with a wide range of Latino artists.

About Kid Frost

The Los Angeles mic-toucher formally known as Kid Frost was amongst the first successful Latino artists in hip-hop. His first album Hispanic Causing Panic dropped back in 1990 and featured deep-toned, Spanish-peppered party raps, West Coast-flavored production, and a touch of Salsa rhythms that showed a great deal of love and pride for his heritage. He released one more album as Kid Frost before shortening his name in 1995. He's put out four additional records since then, and continues to work with a wide range of Latino artists.

About Kid Frost

The Los Angeles mic-toucher formally known as Kid Frost was amongst the first successful Latino artists in hip-hop. His first album Hispanic Causing Panic dropped back in 1990 and featured deep-toned, Spanish-peppered party raps, West Coast-flavored production, and a touch of Salsa rhythms that showed a great deal of love and pride for his heritage. He released one more album as Kid Frost before shortening his name in 1995. He's put out four additional records since then, and continues to work with a wide range of Latino artists.