The hood’s number one music supplier, Nutso, breaks down the ills of the American drug trade for the Javier Goin directed visuals to “C.I.A. (Corruption In America),” (prod. by Mr. Green), taken from his Behind These Bars EP, which dropped this past September. Hit the jump and bear witness.
After releasing a barrage of singles, three EPs and countless features, the Q-Borough rhymesayer Nutso, delivers his latest extended play, Behind These Bars. The sharp tongued emcee has enlisted guest features from the likes of Royal Flush, AG Da Coroner (The Outdoorsmen), Blacastan, Shabaam Sahdeeq and more for his latest offering, along with production from Mr. Green, J57, DJ Supa Dave and DJ Concept, among others. Just shy of thirty minutes, BTB provides a solid dosage of that raw; gritty drums, chopped samples and scratch hooks galore. Showcasing some diversity to boot, Nutso takes the project down south with the trap-themed “Weed & Alcohol” and bares no shame professing his adoration for the object of his affection on “For Your Love,” featuring Ms. Mimi. Behind These Bars is now available via iTunes and all other other major digital retailers.
In promotion for Nutso’s upcoming extended play offering Behind These Bars, which drops next Tuesday (9/18) via Poor Pocket Muzik, the Q-Borough mic vet drops the project’s token solo track in dedication of his two vices, “Weed And Alcohol.” Produced by Switzerland’s Dee Metto, the track finds the Flushing rhymesayer talkin’ greasy over chopped-n-screwed samples and slow-rolling percussion, showcasing just how far he can step outside the galaxy….of Queens. Behind These Bars includes features from Royal Flush, AG Da Coroner (The Outdoorsmen), Blacastan and Shabaam Sahdeeq, among others. Producers tapped include J57, Mr. Green, DJ Concept, DJ Supa Dave and more. …MORE
After previously featured for “Blowing Up,” Q-Borough emcee Nutso continues to keep it thorough, this time with the visuals for “Bad Streets Patternized.” Although this gem star won’t be featured on his forthcoming extended play Behind These Bars, it does give a strong indication that dude has a prolific body of work and is about as Queens as Mookie Wilson and Korean BBQ’s on Flushing Ave. Featuring guest verses from borough-mates Crook-N-Thru (CrookLife & Thruway), “Bad Streets Patternized” originally debuted on DJ Modesty’s Bandcamp freeby, Kings from Queens 2.1. The Javier Goin directed visuals take you through the typical street narrative of screw faces, Pit Bulls, ball courts, dice games and the other exemplary melee patternized on the mean streets of Corona, Queens or Anyhood, USA.