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"LOOK AT WHAT I SEE"-- KID FROST & A.L.T. [G FUNK 1995]

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Uploaded on Oct 29, 2009

Artist: A.L.T. & Kid Frost
Song: Look At What I See
Album: Smile Now, Cry Later
Year: 1999 Location: Los Angeles, CA.


One of the most underrated Chicano rappers...scratch that, most underrated rapper period....... A.L.T. (Another Latin Timebomb) started rapping in 1983. He was one of the best rappers in the San Gabriel Valley. He made his first demo tape and tried to shop it, but was unsuccessful. In 1989 he hooked up with Latin producer Tony Gonzales and they started making new demos. In 1989 Tony asked him to write a song for an artist he had named Kid Frost, and the "Hispanic Causing Panic" album was born. Then Frost asked A.L.T. to be part of a group called Latin Alliance, his voice was heard across the world for the first time on a rap version of a War song called "Lowrider." He left the group in 1991 to pursue a solo career and did his first album at Atlantic/East West Records titled "Another Latin Timebomb." The first single called "Tequila" quickly shot up the Billboard pop charts making the top 40, the single was even bigger overseas in countries such as Japan, Germany, and many other countries. It was the number 1 song for several weeks in Australia, number 3 in New Zealand (not too bad for a kid off the streets of El Monte). The second album titled "Stone Cold World," also did well and was a huge hit in the south west, especially the single called "All Night." To date A.L.T. has worked on many, soundtracks and has written lyrics for many different artist. He worked with many artist such as Eric Wright aka Eazy E, Lighter Shade of Brown, JV, Clientel of the wrecking crew, Unknown DJ, Funky Aztecs, Tarrie B of Ruthless Records, The Twinz from the LBC Crew, Foesum, LiteFoot the Indian in the cubbard, and Gerrardo. A.L.T. was also feature on the Substitute soundtrack, and many other compilations.

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