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 upon Nutty for the 2007 Strange Music compilation Misery Loves Kompany. In 2009, he made a guest appearance on Tech's LP K.O.D., then Sac It Up and Serve It: Gas Chamber, Vol. 2.4 dropped in 2013 on the eOne label. His album Blue Venom followed in 2016, with guest appearances from C-Bo, J. Stalin, and Twisted Insane. Tenth set Return of the Floheakin arrived in 2018, featuring guests like G Swiv, Karasi, and Brotha Lynch Hung. ~ David Jeffries

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