T-Nutty & Big No Love Present: Lyrical Octane

T-Nutty & Big No Love Present: Lyrical Octane1. Intro

2. Excuse Me(Ant Locc, Bleezo, Pain, Scitso)
Sloppy beat here. Out of control drums don’t really work with eerie sounds. The rappers range from painfully bad to decent. Not a good way to start off the album, because right off the bat they put this track on, instead of putting a T-Nutty track. Wack

3. 2 Gether(Bleezo, Bop, Sav Sicc)
Much better track, because it showcases some rapid spitters over a really decent slow/fast(Does that make any sense?) beat. The beat is not anything special, but it gives talented rappers like Bop a chance to showcase his skills. Besides, these type of tracks are more lyric/flow based than beatwise based. You want a beat based track? Go buy a Dipset album, and pick any song. Good

4. Invasion(G-Macc, Keylocc, Big No Love)
I dig the beat, because it has an old Siccmade feel to it, complete with each one giving their own eerie tell. I miss these type of tracks, because they were the bread & butter of the Sac-Town rap scene for a long while. I think I might be the only one who digs “Loaded” way more than “Season of The Siccness”, and this track had a “Loaded” feel to it. Good

5. Off The Edges(Sav Sicc, Lexo, T-Nutty)
Relaxing yet eerie style beat, I dig it because it doesn’t get in the way of the lyrics. T-Nutty is of course the most overlooked rapper in the West right now, and outshines the other rappers on this track. I appreciate the effort displayed by the other rappers, but I sort of wish this was a T-Nutty solo track. Good

6. On Tha Roof(G-Macc, Big No Love)
Decent eerie slow style type beat. It again has an old Sac-Town feel, but something’s missing. I dig Big No Love’s style, because while it may not be all fancy, he atleast tries to make the track mean something. G-Macc does a good job as well. Again, this track had the tools, but something was missing. I’ll give it the benefit of the doubt. Good

7. Dump-N-Reload(Sav Sicc, Skari, Bleezo)
Heavy piano mobbish style beat. They all shine here with rapid spit, after rapid spit. Now this really lives up to the compilation name. All of these guys have bright future’s in the rap game, because they can pretty much flow correctly on any beat. Good

8. 7 Doors(Gushmoe)
Wow, this track is really, really horrible. Gushmoe is pretty horrible here, with an awful flow. The beat is just sloppy, and lifeless. Wack

9. G.A.N.G.(Bleezo, Skari, Sav Sicc)
Some more really good rapid spits from these guys. The beat sounds like something that would be playing during a fairytale. I was waiting for someone like Robin Hood to jump through my window with Friar Tuck. Anyway, this track was really good. Good

10. Testimony(Big No Love, Keylocc)
The beat is basic stuff, but the flows & lyrics are on point, and make up for it. See, this is why I enjoy listening to these type of rappers, because even though the beat may suck, they all try their best to make the track work. Good(They tried, and that’s what counts)

11. The Savageness(Bleezo)
Pretty good beat here, it’s calm & has a pretty good synth style added to it. Bleezo gets his chance to show what he has in his lyrical arsenal, and he doesn’t disappoint. Really smooth rapid flow, and cunning lyrics. Good track. Good

12. Rhyme I Wrote(Bleezo, Sav Sicc)
Simple beat here, nothing fancy, but nothing ugly. The flows make up for it, and once again the rappers get a chance to shine. Sometimes you hear someone say “Wow, you hear that new *Insert rappers name here* track? Man, that beat was dope”, and they never say anything about the actual rapper or the lyrics he spat? This is the opposite here. Good

13. Spree(Bleezo, Ant Loc, Skari)
Nice beat here. It’s like a weird mixture of Vallejo rap, Sacramento rap, & Frisco rap. A good triad of sounds here. Some nice rapid spits, and good lyrics from pretty much everyone. Good track. Good

14. Nolove-a-lude(Big No Love)
Very good track here. The beat is just straight gangsta & gritty. No Love flows really well here, and even channel’s X-Raided for a bit. Good

15. Part 2(Big No Love, Ant Loc, Bleezo, Skari, Sav Sicc, Bop, & T-Nutty)
Wow, that’s quite the feature list there. The beat is basic stuff, a little dark with some heavy drums. Everyone comes correct here, it’s such a long list of features that everything just sort of blends together to make one big good rap track. Good

16. Regardless(X-Raided, T-Nutty, Big No Love)
This was the track I was looking forward to. X-Raided & T-Nutty have incredible chemistry. I really think they should do a duo album together. Heavy ready for war type beat, it’s really dope. Man, X just rips this track to pieces, with T-Nutty right behind him. No love does a great job as well. This was insane, and easily the best track on this album. Now picture X & T-Nutty doing these type of tracks on a full album together. DOPE!

17. Outro(Savsiccness, Bleezo)

All in all this gets a Good rating. Well, it definitely lived up to it’s name. It wasn’t just rapid spitting though, you had a variety of different sounds. You need to check this album, especially track 16.

T-Nutty – Flowmastermouth

T-Nutty - Flowmastermouth1. Simple Statement

Well we waste no time as one of the West’s best rappers just rips the whole song, man T-Nutty is seriously insane with his flow, it really has to be heard to be believed. He has a unique way of switching up voices for choruses which is always dope. The beat is some nice bouncy West music and Nutty just rips it to pieces. Good

2. Flowmastermouth 

We slow it down just a little bit here, beat reminds me a little bit of Twista’s “Overrnight” but I know alot will disagree. T-Nutty with his usual dope flow and lyrics, this guy could be the number 1 rapper out today, no joke he has everything from charisma to flow to lyrics. I would love to hear a Nutty & Young Droop group album but I’m babbling here. The chorus is seriously great as T-Nutty reminds me o9f Tech on here as he goes really fast then does the deep voiced sing song voice. Good

3. Cali Boyz(Feat Big Hollis & Bad Business)

Hollis produced the beat and it really doesn’t have that Hollis edge to it, it has an Oriental flavor to it which is dope. T-Nutty sounds kind of awkward over this beat but not really out of place. I do not like the chorus here, it’s way too awkward as well. Everyone comes tight here. Average(Chorus was just horrid)

4. Ain’t That About A B!@#%

Nice Chi-Town-ish beat here as T-Nutty just goes rapid all over the place but I don’t like the constant “BIIIATCH” sayings, it does ruin the track. The chorus sounds like “Jigga What? Jigga Who?” by Jay-Z. Overall a good song. Good

5. After Tonite(Feat Bop, Mississippi, & Tanguray) 

The beat has like some cheapish Carribean sound to it and it’s annoying. This is wack, skip it. Wack

6. Mic Check(Feat Bop, Hurricane Insane, Sav Sicc, & Bleezot)

Yeesh talk about a team of rappers I have never even heard of, this has “cluster*****” written all over it, T-Nutty tries to carry it and he does a decent job but the beat is really just a boring bouncy type beat. Average

7. Nutt Factors Up

Finally no guests here, K-Lou produced the track which is dope because K-Lou is ownage! T-Nutty totally owns this song and makes it cook him breakfast! The beat is basic but it’s dope and the chorus is a little simple but dope. Good

8. High Times

I like the beat alot, it’s really goofy but very catchy but this song is way too short. You can probably predict what this song is about. Really silly song as T-Nutty raps in a different way then goes fast then slow again(!). Subject matter sucks but decent enough. Average

9. Tip Toe(Feat Marvaless) 

This beat is weird, sounds like a Castlevania type beat then a wild western beat all tied into one, really hard to explain. Marvaless with a good verse. Oh man T-Nutty totally owns her on the chorus and then outshines her again on his verse, thanks for playing Marvaless but you cannot outshine T-Nutty, you tried atleast. Good

10. Ni@@a Wit Game(Feat Rossi) 

Cliche’d song which I can’t stand. It’s funny hearing T-Nutty’s dope style over these corny type beats. Skip this. Wack

11. Black Armor(Feat Jacka Of The Mob Figaz) 

DOPE! OH YYYYEEEAAAA!!!! It’s about time I hear Jacka on something new and with T-Nutty? Oh man this is crazy. Oh yea Pizzo produced a nice mob style dark beat. T-Nutty starts it off with a good verse, this song is all about lyrics and nothing else. The chorus is really dope as jacka does it. Jacka with a very dope verse as his lazy type style sounds great over this beat. Good

12. West Walkin 

Takes forever for the beat to kick in and when it does it’s some weird beat that has basically no rhythm at all. T-Nutty tries to carry it and he does but the beat is a snoozer. Average

13. When The Chop Starts Poppin(Feat Sav Sicc) 

Beat isn’t good at all, very boring and even T-Nutty sounds bored. This track is extremely boring. Wack

14. Today’s A Gift 

Dope beat here, nice and relaxing. T-Nutty reminisces about the times in school. This beat is really good and T-Nutty sounds really dope over it. Easily the best song on the album. Good

15. Sac Kingz 

Oh man they use the Pink Panther beat? Oh man this just doesn’t sound really good but the lyrics are really dope as T-Nutty goes over every rapper in Sac. This is a serious carry job by T-Nutty here and actually this isn’t that bad of a beat once it grows on you. This is about Sac-Town, should be an anthem soon. Good

16. Controversy(Feat Fat Tone)

Fat Tone is a really awful rapper, I remember him trying to outshine Tech N9ne and failing awfully and that wasn’t even Tech’s best verse. Anyway T-Nutty has a really dope rapid verse but the beat is pretty boring, T-Nutty says “roody-poo” so the score gets boosted up even more. Fat Tone with a decent verse. T-Nutty with another crazy verse, oh man Nutty is just owning Tone on this track and Tone does another verse which sucks. Good(For T-Nutty)

17. Bonus Tracks(Nutt Factorz) 

Ok I’m lost here, so who is rapping the first verse? Some girl and she rips it actually, then some other rapper raps next and he does another good job, if this is the kind of material on the Nutt Factorz album then I’m going to buy this the first day it comes out, this is crazy! ok now it seems just as a little sampler. I’m done reviewing this “song”. Good


All in all this gets a Good rating, T-Nutty is a shining star seriously and I wouldn’t be surprised to see this guy hit it big in the mainstream, he has all the tools to make it. Cop this one if you’re a Sac-Town fan and most def cop it if you’re a T-Nutty fan but if you’re new to the Northern California scene then make sure you get his first album first or atleast hear some of his material to make sure it’s for you.