Arturo R. Molina Jr. (born May 31, 1964), better known as Frost (originally Kid Frost), is an American rapper, songwriter and record producer from Los Angeles. He charted in the 1990s with his first four albums: Hispanic Causing Panic, East Side Story, Smile Now, Die Later and When Hell.A. Freezes Over. His most successful single is "La Raza" which hit number 6 on the rap songs chart in August 1990. Frost was an integral part of the Latin Alliance, releasing one album, 1991's Latin Alliance. Frost's music entered the Billboard 200 again in 2002 with the album Still Up in This Shit!. Frost is the father of record producer Scoop DeVille.