27 Listicles Series: Farrah Frostt

This month, Farrah Frostt released “Work Hard, Play Harder,” the highly-anticipated follow-up to her debut “Not In The Mood,” a bold anthem of female empowerment which gained the artist instant notoriety when the video premiered this spring on World Star Hip Hop; to date the video has more than 110,000 views on YouTube. Frostt honed her rap skills under the tutelage of producer Sam Sneed from Death Row Records who produced Dr. Dre, Snoop Dogg, Jay-Z, 50 Cent, and others.

An actress and member of the Screen Actors Guild with featured appearances on the television series Ray Donovan and Bull, Frostt (born Tiffany Eatz) is also a trained hip-hop, tap, ballet, jazz and lyrical dancer. Frostt earned her B.S. in Neuroscience, B.A. in Writing Seminars, B.A. in Medicine, Science & the Humanities, and minor in Theatre as a premed at Johns Hopkins University.

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