VIDEO: Nutso’s “Make It Hot”

Nutso not only wants to warm you up, he wants to “Make It Hot” and is doing so with a new track produced by Divided Souls Ent. & DJ Pain 1, or at least that’s how it’s credited. It could be a collective or merely a collective of one, it is uncertain right now. What is certain is the fact this video was directed by Jay Large, so feel like making it hot and then be sure to crush a lot. The song is on Nutso’s Divided Soul EP.

AUDIO: Nutso & Sadat X’s “No Limit”

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You may know Nutso by now and you may already be familiar with Sadat X from his years with Brand Nubian. Now they’re together and created a song called “No Limit”, which explains why there are no boundaries with the music he creates. The track was produced by Terminal Five so if you haven’t heard this on the radio or on your mix digital files, check it out here by streaming.

VIDEO: Innocent? featuring Nutso’s “On Our NY Shit”

When you first listened to hip-hop music years ago, you would always have to think “welcome to NY” in your mind almost by default. Hip-hop has moved worldwide since those days but you still have to hold true to the integrity that still exists and the spirit that keeps the music alive, which is what Innocent? has done in the appropriately titled “On Our NY Shit”. Nutso helps him out on this occasion. The song will find its way on a compilation from T.H.E.M. Recordings called Killin’ The Game, so keep your eyes and tabs on this.

FREE DL: Nutso & DJ Low Cut featuring Rasheed Chappell, AG da Coroner, C​-​Rayz Walz & Smiley The Ghetto Child’s “Homicide Blocks”

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If you were to tell me Nutso and DJ Low Cut were in a track, I would be satisfied as is. Then you tell me you’ve added not one, not two, but four others? Then you bring up the likes of Smiley The Ghetto Child, C-Rayz Walz, AG Da Coroner, and Rasheed Chappell, and I want to know what the hell is going on? Then you tell me what’s going on is “Homicide Blocks”. That is good to me and…

…oh wait, there’s an instrumental to this? That’s bliss.

FREE MP3 DL: “The Grimey Tape” (street album)

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The Grimey Tape is a street album that comes courtesy of Mad Men Entertainment and Mafia Mixtapes, and features a mess of people rhyming and doing things all over it, including Havoc, AG, Tragedy Khadafi, Mayhem Lauren, Mic Handz, Nutso, Ty Nitty, Blaq Poet, and many more. If all of these people are to your liking, you’re going to want to hear this.

VIDEO: Nutso featuring AG Da Coroner, Camiliano, and Shaze’s “4 Tha Streetz”

This track will give all people permanent blisters, because when you try to fit in to it, it’s still going to be an uncomfortable fit. Yes, the song is that snug, which means it’s that good, and that good comes from Nutso, who worked with producer J57 for a nice track called “4 The Streetz”. Assisting him with microphone duties are AG Da Coroner, Camiliano, and Shaze, all of which were obtained for use on Nutso’s EP, Behind These Bars (Poor Pocket Muzik).

VIDEO: Nutso’s “C.I.A.”

Nutso knows a thing or two about what drains the United States, from doing a bit of research to talking to people about their personal experiences and he discovered what may already be known: cocaine is a helluva drug. Cocaine runs nations and industries, so why not make that cocaine a bit of the focus on a song, right? This is what Nutso did with “C.I.A.”, which in his case means “Corruption In America”. The track is from his Behind These Bars EP on Poor Pocket Muzik.