Top Frost Albums
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Black Frost
Black Frost
[2018]
Vibrations of Heart
Vibrations of Heart
[2017]
No Mercy
No Mercy
[2015]
…from the Dark
…from the Dark
[2015]
Till the Wheels Fall Off
Till the Wheels Fall Off
[2013]
Alla har något men några har allt
Alla har något men några har allt
[2010]
I din bleka skugga - EP
I din bleka skugga - EP
[2009]
Cursed Again & Talking to God
Cursed Again & Talking to God
[2008]
Frusen trött och förbannad - EP
Frusen trött och förbannad - EP
[2006]
Welcome to Frost Angeles
Welcome to Frost Angeles
[2005]
Somethin' for the Riderz
Somethin' for the Riderz
[2005]
Frusna Själar
Frusna Själar
[2004]
Greatest Joints Dos
Greatest Joints Dos
[2003]
Raise Your Fist to Metal
Raise Your Fist to Metal
[2003]
Still Up In This S#*T!
Still Up In This S#*T!
[2002]
That Was Then This Is Now, Vol. 1 & 2
That Was Then This Is Now, Vol. 1 & 2
[2001]
Frost's Greatest Joints
Frost's Greatest Joints
[2001]
That Was Then, This Is Now Volume II
That Was Then, This Is Now Volume II
[2000]
When Hell.A. Freezes Over
When Hell.A. Freezes Over
[1997]
Femme Crystal
Femme Crystal
[1997]
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His second album, "East Side Story" was released in 1992. MC Eiht, A.L.T. and Ganxta Ridd from the Boo-Yaa TRIBE appeared as guest rappers.In 1995, Frost dropped the "Kid" from his nickname and was signed by Ruthless Records, Eazy E's label (distributed by Relativity). "Smile Now Die Later" was released in 1995. Above The Law were featured as guest rappers, alongside A.L.T., O.Genius and Kokane. Rick James appears on Frost's version of "Mary Jane". His second album for Ruthless, "When Hell.A.Freezes Over", was released in 1997. Ice T, Scoop, O.Genius and Domino appeared as guest rappers.In 1999, Frost moved to a small independent label, Celeb-entertainment. His... read more