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Background information
Birth name Todd Jones Jr.[1]
Born Sacramento, California
Genres Hip hop, west coast hip hop, Gangsta rap
Occupation(s) Rapper
Years active 2002 - present
Labels Black Armor Records, Murder Creek Music
Associated acts Snoop Dogg, Tech N9ne, X-Raided, E-40, Messy Marv, San Quinn, Twisted Insane
Website www.tnutty.com

T-Nutty, aka The Flowmastermouth or The Last of the Flo Heakinz, is an American rapper from Sacramento, California .[2] He has appeared on albums such as Tech N9ne's Misery Loves Kompany and K.O.D..[3]

Feud with Brotha Lynch Hung

In November 2010, T-Nutty released a diss track at Brotha Lych Hung, entitled "Lynch Iz Hung".[4] However, Brotha had made a diss to T-Nutty called "I Heard That Song Before" However Lynch did a song for T-Nutty's album, The Tonite Show, and the beef was finished.[5]


Studio albums

  • 2002 The Gasoline (Bootleg: fan made)
  • 2003 Last of the Floheakinz
  • 2004 Flowmastermouth: West Walkin'
  • 2005 The Nutt Factor Project
  • 2008 Raw From Da Jaw Chapter 3
  • 2010 Perfect Attendance (Best of)
  • 2011 The Tonite Show Channel 24St (with DJ Fresh)
  • 2013 Sac It Up and Serve It Gas Chamber 2.4
  • 2016 Blue Venom
  • 2018 Return of the Floheakin

with Big Rocc

  • State 2 State (2006)

with Big NoLove

  • Lyrical Octane (2005)

with Black Armor Records

  • The Best Kept Secretz Vol.1 (2002)

with DJ Mighty Mike

  • Bar 4 Bar - The Street Album (2010)

with Liq

  • Slangin' and Bangin' (2012)
  • Slangin' and Bangin' Pt. 2 (2017)

with Messy Marv

  • Tha 2nd & 3rd Letter (2009)

with Mr. Skrillz, Doey Rock & Hollow Tip

  • Sactown's Most Wanted (2011)

with San Quinn

  • ' A Warrior And A King: Lyrical Kingdom (2007) [6]


  1. ^ "T-Nutty". Discogs. Retrieved 29 July 2017. 
  2. ^ "T-Nutty". Playlists.net. Retrieved 29 July 2017. 
  3. ^ "T-Nutty - Biography & History - AllMusic". AllMusic. Retrieved 29 July 2017. 
  4. ^ "100grandonmywrist.com". www.100grandonmywrist.com. Retrieved 29 July 2017. 
  5. ^ "Artists". strangemusicinc.com. Retrieved 29 July 2017. 
  6. ^ http://music.yahoo.com/t-nutty/albums/warrior-and-a-king--54899077

External links

  • Official Website
  • Official T-Nutty Twitter
  • Official T-Nutty Facebook
  • Official T-Nutty Instagram
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