Earlier this week, Oakland-rapper Nuttso (real name: Sean Cole), spoke to StreetHop.com regarding the release of his new album.
In the first quarter of 2009, Nuttso will be dropping a new album, titled OutKasted Outlawz.
The album will feature guest appearances from 2Pac, C-Bo, EDI Mean, Kastro, Spice 1 and Young Noble.
While GO Twice will not be producing any tracks on the new album, Nuttso confirmed that the remix of “Don’t Sleep” featuring 2Pac & Outlawz will be released on a future project.
With the current ownership rights dispute of Death Row Records, very little is known about the new Tupac album.
As far as guest appearances, Nuttso is expected to be featured on the new album.
“I’m scheduled to be, but hey... you never know,” Nuttso said in a statement.
The former Death Row Records inmate began his career in the early 90’s, with the 1994 release of Not to Be [expletive]ed With along with rap-group StreeThugs.
In 1998, the Oakland rapper made his solo debut with the release of The Betrayal.
The album featured production from Daz Dillinger, DJ Quik, G-Man Stan and GO Twice.
The album contained the original version of Tupac’s “Words To My Firstborn,” which was later released on Until the End of Time (2000).
July 2, 2002 marks the release of Nuttso’s sophomore album, The Movie.
While on Tha Row, Nuttso recorded songs with several artists including the late Tupac Shakur and was also featured on MC Hammer’s unreleased Death Row Records debut album, Too Tight.
For more news and updates on Nuttso, please visit Nuttso’s official MySpace page. http://www.myspace.com/officialnuttso