Kid Frost born May 31, 1962 as Arturo Molina Jr., now known as Frost. He is a popular and first widely recognized chicano rapper from East Los Angeles, CA. Frost spent parts of his childhood on military bases in Guam and Germany.
He began rapping in 1982.
As an MC, he named himself Kid Frost as a tribute to Ice T who he often battled.
He soon joined Uncle Jamm’s Army. As a solo artist, his earliest 12″ electro rap records came out on Electrobeat Records and Baja Records.
Frost is also an accomplished actor appearing in several films, as well as doing voice roles for fictional characters such as T-Bone Mendez from Grand Theft Auto: San Andreas and contributing his song “La Raza”.
He was named vice president of the Music Division of Goldmark Industries on August 30, 2006. Frost also appeared in a cameo role in Snoop Dogg’s “Vato” music video, as well as B-Real that same year.