While Nutso‘s last feature, 2013’s Phuk It, found him expressing overweening contempt for his foes and their women, there’s at least one thing the indie rhymesayer holds in high esteem: namely, his hometown. Fresh off his addition to Domingo‘s No Label stable, the Queensborough representative returns to our pages with This City of Mine, a hard-nosed ode to the Big Apple. Grandz Muzik and Buda da Future double up behind the boards, backing the headliner’s gritty bars with a sample from Latin American rockers Los Iracundos’ El Viento Del Silencio. This City isn’t attached to a larger set, but we’ll keep you posted on Nutso’s plans as further information surfaces.
Written by richard on 07/2/14
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"Nu World [Part II]" (2011)
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