Nutso – Red Light (Video)


Nutso releases the video for his dope single, Red Light. Nutso makes regular appearances at HHD because he is sooooo consistent as an artist.  Year after year he drops straight bangers.  He and his team also have a level of professionalism when it comes to marketing their craft that not a lot of artists have.

That’s an aside.  Ride with Nutso on this video and bang this in your whip on this solemn Sunday!


Single You Out: Nutso – Red Light


Nutso releases his lead single for the new year in the form of the track Red Light.   And you know he is delivering that heat in the coldest of seasons.    These bars are tough over some high speed production from G’Sparkz.

Always been a fan of Nutso and expecting some more fire from him in 2018.

Whatson – The Cycle (ft. Nutso x Robb P x M-Dot) (Video)

Oh man a couple of my favorite emcees, Nutso and M-Dot link up over this KNOCKIN’ beat from Whatson. This production is off the Richter Scale. The drums hit with intensity and the samples are so on point they could draw blood. All of the emcees drop some true verbal insanity. The one emcee I was not super familiar with, Robb P, really impresses when rocking alongside accomplished emcees. There are lots of quotables to be had in under three minutes!

The Cycle is a single off of Whatson’s, album which has yet to receive a title but is guaranteed to smack.

DJ Lowcut – Lyrikal Landslide (ft. Ruste Juxx and Nutso) (Video)

Man, just looking at the combination of Ruste Juxx and Nutso over a beat from Lowcut and Nix’on on the cuts, I knew this joint was going to go hard and it didn’t disappoint one iota. You want a joint to get hype to? This is the one! Hard beat and hard rhymes.

Apparently Low Cut has got a new album dropping on March 17th entitled, Dead End. You know that’s going to have some fire!

Nutso – Catchin Wreck (feat. Tony Born x Kon Boogie) (Video)

I didn’t see it coming but it indeed happen. Nutso dropped his collaborative project with producer Domingo yesterday, REDSunday.  That’s great news for all hip hop fans, as I am a huge fan of both the emcee and producer.  I copped and listened to the album last night and you will not be disappointed.

This particular cut, Catchin Wreck, features Tony Born and Kon Boogie, with my man Chinch 33 on the cuts.  You want bars?  They got bars flipping over a Wu-Styled production from the legend himself, Domingo.

Go get this album!

Nutso – I Just Don’t Know (prod. Da Beatminerz) (Video)

Nutso is back with a new track produced by Da Beatminerz.   This track puts Nutso back in his element, spittin’ about his time on the block both now and yesterday.   The production and the flows really have a perfect blend.  It has a throwback, and almost playful demeanor, but even the most fun tracks by Nutso pack a razor blades’ edge…so don’t smile too much. Ha.

Nutso – Str8 Talk (ft. General Steele x Blacastan) (Video)

This is the final video from Nutso’s, Divided Souls EP.   And he ends things with a true heater from the project repping that “true” NYC sound.  General Steele and Blacastan each lend some rough sixteens to the record while the beat will have you swaying the neck.  This is one of those tracks that reaffirm hip hop is in good hands.

Check that EP!

Single You Out: Nutso, Shabaam Sahdeeq & Hus Kingpin – Murderous (Prod. By SciFi Stu) Cuts By Chinch 33

Scifi Stu initiates auditory mayhem with this chaotic/psychotic production  that Nutso, Shabaam Sahdeeq, and Hus Kingpin make straight up chaos over.  For a little extra flavor Chinch 33 does what he does best and chops up the record making it all the more enticing for listeners.

I am not totally positive, but I think Scifi Stu might have a project dropping soon.  I have copped all his other records so this will be no exception.

Single You Out: Nutso – This City Of Mine

Nutso is back cranking out these head-cracker rhythms.  This song has an assortment of components going on.  It has a Spanish rhythm at times, a boom bap element, and at other times a flute dominates the background. The production is effectively handled by duo Grand Muzik and Buda Future.   Nutso, being the consistent artist he is, delivers a steady diet of rugedness.

I sense a new project on the horizon.  No days off.