Nutt-So (born Sean Cole) is a rapper from East Oakland, California. He is the brother os R 'n' B singer Keyshia Cole. He started his rap career in the group Street Thugs with Pound and Mo-Savage. They released their sole album, Not To Be Fucked With on Snake Pit Records in 1994. In 1996, Nutt-So hooked up with the rapper Paris to release his debut solo album The Betrayal but due to unknown circumstances the album never came out. That same year while still with the Street Thugz, they hooked up and signed with Hammer and Death Row Records and he recorded a song for MC Hammer's unreleased Death Row debut, he also recorded close to ten songs with the late Tupac Shakur. One of those songs, "Words To My First Born" produced by DJ Quik, was supposed to appear on The Betrayal. He has since released several albums and mixtapes.
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