Nutso Is Respected By Rap Legends. Does This Video Single Catch Wreck To You?

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Flushing, Queens rapper Nutso is a true school lyricist with endorsements from some of Hip-Hop’s elite. His Domingo-produced REDSunday album, released in October, features a who’s who list of Queens Hip-Hop royalty like Kool G Rap, Prodigy, Tragedy Khadafi, Craig G, Cormega, and Capone-N-Noreaga.

On “Catchin Wreck” (featuring Tony Born and Kon Boogie), the three MCs do just that—aim to spit penetrating bars over hard-hitting production with a scratch hook. Much like Nutso’s music, the visuals have a back-to-basics vibe—with the artists delivering their verses “on the streets of New York,” as the DJ Chinch 33 cut-up Fat Joe sample states.

Whether or not the MCs successfully “catch wreck” is really up to the listener. Nutso may get props from Hip-Hop legends, but does his music video show and prove? You decide.

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