With his infectious beats, J Frost will reignite your love for hip hop. Never selling out and keepin’ it as real as it gets, Frosty’s lyrics are truthful and hit home. Back on the Rock for a few years now, J Frost — who boasted, “I’ll make an album each season, for everyone who loves it,” on one of his previous unreleased demo albums — is keeping up in true fashion with the release his first professional album “Hunger or Thirst,” with help from Lorina Carroll, Damian Follett, Chief Chillz, Radar, Chris Kirby and many more awesome people. Click here to listen to “It’s a Short life,” featuring Follett and DJ Lex at thetelegram.com.
- - April 20, 2012 at 16:11:43
I was DJing at a Toastmasters banquet last year and I was playing music and this guy comes up and said he wants to get on the mic and rap. I had people ask me for my mic in the past so I was like, OooKayyyy, this could be interesting. So anyway, he hands me a cd with his beats on it and I loaded it into the laptop. I didn't know what to expect but with in seconds, he was spitting out rhymes as good as they get. Those Toastmasters were digging his spontaneous performance. It was allot of fun and I was blown away at his intelligent lyrics. He is a class act on his own and doesn't try to emulate anyone else. He is his own person. I am glad to see that he is getting his due respect in the local community. Anyway, he asked me to find him on facebook but I couldn't figure out what the J was short for, So J, hit me up. Ask Lex to point you in the right direction. :)