Nutty P drops “For The Money” Feat. Skripture & Say Nothing
Holding no bars for his latest drop, Nutty P premieres the fresh visuals on SBTV for one of the most sought-after records on his Infrared album, ‘For The Money’. Featuring Skripture and Say Nothing alongside the grime veteran on the bars, the track whips up varying flows with a catchy numbered chorus as the emcees take it turn to slew the beat whilst the video showcases the backdrop of London’s concrete jungle.
Speaking on the release Nutty P says “‘For the Money’ was the first track I did with Skripture and Say Nothing, we hit it off instantly and made this banger of a track. I was surprised at how quickly we all came up with the tune. We kind of wanted to keep it light and just make a straight up hood banger that anyone could relate to. When you’ve got some chaps that are as talented as Nathan and Sean you know it’s gonna be a mazza”
For over 15 years Nutty P has been one of the most prolific producers in the scene, his distinctive sound has been influenced by his love of Hip Hop, Rap, R&B and electronic music. Known for his fusion of different styles and his insatiable drive to create, his career started by winning The Jump Off competition and has seen him go on to produce for the biggest talents in the scene including Wretch 32, Krept & Konan, Ghetts, Professor Green and many more.
Ingeniously creating a mix of genuine, dynamic, spirited and undiluted UK sounds, Nutty P’s Infrared album is everything you would expect from such a scene stalwart. Tracks from the album quicly snapped up serious support, with inclusions in Spotify and Deezer playlists from top premiere league football clubs – Liverpool FC, Manchester United, Chelsea FC, Burnley FC and Crystal Palace. ‘From A Place Where’ has also been featured in numerous TV shows, including Hollyoaks on Channel 4, Hot Property on BBC 1 and even Silent Witness. The album also featured a dope line up, including: Youngs Tef, Paigey Cakey, and Hackney’s golden child SNE.On a constant journey to create revolutionary music, Nutty P remains as thorough and applied as ever to evolving and spreading UK sounds. Previously, under the moniker Stinkahbell, he has remixed for Skepta, Jodie Connor, Busta Rhymes, Maverick Sabre, Taio Cruz and Cover Drive, sending his work internationally.
‘For The Money’ is out now via SBTV and can be watched here.