When I was on hiatus I evidentially missed this video. The homie Spit Gemz asked on Twitter who was a Top 5 artist in the New York and Nutso was one of my choices. He just makes the music I like with an incomparable flow. Every single one of these emcees on this cut lets loose though. There are no weak bars and with J57 on the beat, you know the production is straight fire. This is something to turn up loud and flagrant.
You can cop Nutso’s latest project, Behind These Bars.
Where does the drug trade spawn from? You got it…just look at the title. It’s more than just an acronym. Not too many people bring their bars any more real than Nutso. Check out his latest EP, Behind These Bars.
Nutso, Shabaam Sahdeeq, and Royal Flush link up to drop a gem on em’. Nutso and Sahdeeq have been wrecking shop this year. They both have been putting in major work in 2012 with tons of guest spots and projects. All of them very dope. This joint arrives from Nutso’s most recent project, Behind These Bars which has loads of dope rhymes and tight rhymes. This video is also quite original with the emcees being features in all of your favorite magazines as they take things to the next level. Make sure you support artists like these…they make this hip hop shit go around!
New joint from Nutso’s forthcoming EP, Behind These Bars, which will be dropping next week (09/18). This cut is produced by Swiss beatsmith, Dee Metto, who recently came to the forefront with his production on the SONAR project with Planetary (Outerspace, AOTP). Nutso is highly regarded in my circle, which means he’s dope, and that we have good taste! Peep…