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Simpsonville, SC | Established. Jan 01, 2014 | SELF

Simpsonville, SC | SELF
Established on Jan, 2014
Solo Hip Hop


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"Stop Pretending You Care"

Frøst collaborates with soulful vocalist Caitlyn Elisee to present "Stop Pretending You Care." The wavy production from Autumn Keys is centered around oscillating synths and diminished, delicate drums. As alluded to in the track's bio, the song presents two sides of the same relationship. Seemingly autobiographical, the chorus represents the internal monolog of one of Frøst's past lovers who is skeptical about how genuine his affection is. The verse Frost delivers tells a different story, idolizing their impassioned embraces and likening her love to a high. Frøst's debut, Life I Live, drops July 4th. - Ian Lunn, blog

"Dance With Me"

South Carolina-based hip hopper Frost debuts the second single off of his forthcoming debut project Life I Live. The production from Dutchboy Beats features rapid-fire snares and enticingly oscillating synths. Lyrically, Frost takes the track as an opportunity to woo a nameless woman he spotted from across the club. The narrative follows Frost and his female friend from dance floor to hypothetical bedroom and back to the dance floor. I don't believe they ever actually leave the club, I think those lines are just part of Frost's efforts to entice. Press play and cool out as Frost spits game. If you like the sounds, you're in luck, Life I Live drops later today. Stay tuned. - Ian Lunn, blog

"Life.I.Live Album"

Last Trip member Frost drops his debut album Life.I.Live. Eleven tracks long, the project seems to have three main vibes. There are tracks like "Intro (Life.I.Live.)" and "Calm Down" which are aimed at justifying and explaining Frost's decision to forgo the traditional route of education and instead live the life of a hip hopper.

"I ain't trying to be a nigga in them colleges
I don't wanna end up sitting in an office chair
so fuck a nine to five I make my own office here
Supplying dope beats speaking 'til they off the kid"

In a similarly autobiographical nature, tracks like "Clientele" and "Ruler Breaker" also address Frost's absence from high school. These tracks, however, find Frost absent not because he is hip hopping but because he is hustling.

"Every time I see somebody they like where you been
I don't ever see you party you still at the crib and hanging
I'm still making hits back to back
you still can't see like you had cataracts
I'm still rolling through the streets selling dirt."

Then, the rest of the songs on the project are devoted to vices, namely women with an undertone of drugs. There are feel-good incarnations of this topic, like the boom bappy, CaitlynElise-featuring ode "Like That" and then there are more somber, reflective songs of affections like "Initials."

"This feeling that I have I ain't never felt
brush them other hoes off cause they never helped
I'm just being real
you the only one to keep me in the right mindstate in this blind place"

Press play and live the life of Frost, if only for a moment's time. And be on the lookout for our interview with the artist, currently in the works. - Ian Lunn, blog

"Frost Life.I.Live"

Frost drops off a dope new project titled, Life.I.Live. Backed by a diverse range of production styles, Frost matches each and every one with skillful lyrical content and an on point delivery that shows he’s truly an emcee in the making. See for yourself below. - DJ Jay , Elevator Mag

"Makinitmag Industry Networking"

The Carolinas are teeming with talent. From the recent rise of regional powerhouses like Colonel Loud and Luke Nasty to the undeniable reign of J Cole, many are looking toward the area to see who’s next. While South Carolina’s own Nick Grant is starting to appear on many people's radar, we are also impressed with the indie artist, Frost, who has been consistently releasing material, performing and racking up a few broadcast radio spins along the way. His crafty lyrics and heavy voice have a Lil Bibby feel but his lyrical content is a bit more self-reflective. Check him out for yourself and network -


Still working on that hot first release.



Frost is a rap artist from Greenville, SC area who speaks his truth through self-reflective rhymes.  He has as strong local following and has been featured on Blogs such as OK-Tho!, Daily Chiefers, Elevatormag and Nomadic Bloggers.

Frost has a new EP entitled A Cold Summer released in Feb 2017.  Most recently featured on “Lit This Month” mixtape hosted by DJ Swale – Frost’s song “Watch Me” already has over 55,000 streams and over 16,000 downloads in just two weeks. 

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