Nashville rapper Nutso releases new album 'Letter to the Streets'
July 23, 2018
The Nashville rapper known internationally as Nutso has released his latest official EP album, “Letter to the Streets.” The record also prominently features the considerable talents. It contains 13 original Nutso hip hop tracks for an approximate total listening time of 35 minutes. “Letter to the Streets” has been proudly published on the Slept On Music Group independent record label in collaboration with Major League Ballin without the direction or support of the corporate music industry. Dark, aggressive, and deeply based on old-school beats and effects, “Letter to the Streets” showcases Nutso as a world-class maker of hip hop.
Asked to cite some main artistic influences, Nutso mentions only Boosie and Kevin Gates. While “Letter to the Streets” shares some elements found in the rap of both these artists, overall the record is one that is unique to the work of Nutso, himself. Fans of record scratch, beats not unlike those which came from the old 808's and 909's, and other traditional hip hop motifs will find much to appreciate in “Letter to the Streets.”
Yet much of the ambiance of “Letter to the Streets” by Nutso comes from the gritty, nonfiction stories of Nutso, himself.
“I come from the slum,” he writes, “and everything I speak, I live. I really sold them drugs, and I'm a real street dude.”
This insistence on brutal honesty is a consistent thread running throughout “Letter to the Streets,” and it's a quality for which fans love him.
“I am what I am and I’m cool with both of them,” Nutso writes. “2 things I don’t do and play is both of them. Every word I say out my mouth is my life.”
“Letter to the Streets” by Nutso on the SOMG label is available from over 600 quality digital music stores online worldwide now.
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