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The Nutt Factor Project

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As the title suggests, The Nutt Factor Project is mostly a posse record, with T-Nutty holding court above it all, but with most of the rhymes being passed around to his friends and relations. The Bay Area rapper/producer's fingerprints are all over this record, especially in his trademark, largely electronic beats, which wriggle and mutate underneath the fiery, explosive raps in such a way that the listener might find himself tuning out the rhymes just to follow odd noises — check out the Residents-like low-register synth burble that underpins "I Need My Bread," or the tightly wound electro-clash of "You Don't Know Me." Not that the rhymes are without their charms, but as on most posse albums there's a certain level of unevenness here, little-known MCs like Young Bop, whose trademark is a tricky and super-fast flow, and the more aggressive Sav Sicc have showcase tracks that make a good case for them as young voices on the rise.


Género: Hip-Hop/Rap

Años de actividad: '00s, '10s

Topping off his excellent moniker with brilliant nicknames like the Last of the Floheakinz and the Flowmastermouth, rapper T-Nutty came out of Sacramento, California with a grassroots marketing style and classic gangsta lyrics. The MC debuted in 2002 with the modestly titled LP The Gasoline, but by 2003 he got loose with the album Last of the Floheakinz, while 2005's The Nutt Factor Project proved he wasn't afraid to get wild. This dark sense of humor appealed to the likeminded Tech N9ne, who called...
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