Before Frost was a millionaire with several businesses under her belt, she started off doing music in the “Dirty South” and eventually became Atlanta’s favorite “Georgia Peach.” Around the early 2000s, the star’s music career went off and she became known for her popular hits “My Bubble Gum” and “Marry Me.” The mother of two would put music on the back burner as the hip-hop era began transitioning into mumble music, but that doesn’t stop her from reminiscing on her good ole rap days every now and then.
Frost took to Instagram on Thursday and shared a “Throwback Thursday” post showing off her old MC skills. In the video, she was performing her single “Georgia Peach” and it had the crowd rocking. She wrote, “[Kirk Frost] promoted the single with the Georgia Peach calendar, peach chew candy & peach ring candy can’t lie miss those days! #Underground.” She added, “The game has changed so much social media was nothing like today so you really had to grind from city to city passing out CD’s & using street teams & we did it all independently!”
Folks in the comment section said they too remembered the days when Rasheeda dabbled in music and said her music will forever be “a bop.”
“I loved this song. OMG 😯! I remember this song. I’m trying to think of I was there. I don’t know where this was. Crazy! 👍❤️.”
“You cannot be teasing us with these throwbacks, lol. Now, you know we been waiting on a single, mixtape, EP, LP or something!”
“Sis they forgot you been roccin stages💣💣 ayeeee Imiss that side of you🌟.”
“I remember your music back in the day when I was a kid my mama friend played your music cracking loved it I did not know who you was til I saw you on Love and Hip-hop in 2017.”
One person said, “Omg you gottah bring back ‘Bubblegum’ it was a bop!”
Frost retired her mic in 2016 and focused on running several businesses. She owns Pressed, a successful clothing boutique with locations in Atlanta and Houston.