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  • Performer: Frost
  • Album: That Was Then, This Is Now Vol. 1
  • FLAC: 1816 mb | MP3: 1812 mb
  • Released: 1999
  • Style: Gangsta
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Smile Now, Die Later was released that year. Above The Law were featured as guest rappers, alongside . Rick James also appeared on Frost's version of "Mary Jane". His second album for Ruthless, When Hell. Freezes Over, was released in 1997. Enius and Domino also appeared as guest rappers. In 1999, Frost moved to a small independent label called Celeb Entertainment Inc. His first album for Celeb Entertainment titled This Was Then This Is Now Vol. I was released in 1999.

Frost or Kid Frost is one of the biggest Latino rappers, emcee hailing from East Los Angeles, California and this release That Was Then, This Is Now Vol. 1 was a major disappointment. The problem is originality. This is truly the album of the year! Frost has really outdone himself in this latest project. After more than 10 years, Frost still is the godfather of latin rap. In That Was Then, This Is Now, he is featuring names like Mad One, Nino Brown and Xbiztz, and make some "outros clássicos" of chicano hip-hop. Latin Kingz", "Mamacita" and "Los Katrachos" are hits in the party El Chicano that I do in Brazil.

That Was Then This Is Now Vol, 1 ‎(Cass, Album). Celeb Entertainment Inc. CEI 2002-4.

But now and then you want to rent a Ferrari and race it along the Nuerburgring to prove to yourself that you're still alive. Words uttered by famed UK producer Jem Godfrey-the man behind ATOMIC KITTENS' "Whole Again", HOLLY VANCE'S "Kiss Kiss" and even movie soundtracks. Frost - That Was Then - This Is Now, Vol. 1 & 2 Explicit. Frost plays a hybrid of neo-progressive rock, fusion and symphonic metal that is highly sophisticated and keeps fresh and surprising throughout this set. The key-element is however the energetic and enthusiastic feel the music has, only enhanced by the footage of the studio - which shows a professional band having fun whilst playing this very technically advanced sort of progressive music.

The album was released in 1999 and was his first for independent record label, Celeb Records. This was Frost's first album not to chart on any album charts. The album was followed by a sequel, That Was Then, This Is Now, Vol. 2. Guests on the album include Kurupt, King T, Jayo Felony and Xzibit. Somethin' for the Ridas"- 3:52. Outlaws" (featuring Kurupt & King T)- 3:52. Milk and Honey" (featuring Jay Tee & Baby Beesh)- 4:10. Turn It Into Something"- 3:52

That Was Then, This Is Now (Josh Wilson album). That Was Then, This Is Now is the fourth studio album by Josh Wilson.

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1 Intro
2 Somethin' For The Ridas
3 Big Business
Featuring – Jayo Felony, Xzibit
4 Outlaws
Featuring – King T*, Kurupt
5 Feria
Featuring – Latino Velvet
6 Diamonds And Pearls
Featuring – Cameosis, Roger Troutman
7 Act Like Ya Want It
Featuring – Cameosis, Cisco The Frisco Mack*, Jay Tee , Nino B*, Rappin 4-Tay*
8 Turn It Into Something 3:52


  • Executive-Producer – Koolaid*