Johnny Richter

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Johnny Richter
Birth nameTimothy McNutt
Born (1977-06-18) June 18, 1977 (age 43)
OriginPlacentia, California
GenresRap, Hip-Hop
Occupation(s) Emcee
Years active1996–present
Labels Suburban Noize Records
Kingmaker Music (2017–2019)
Associated acts Kottonmouth Kings, Kingspade, Daddy X, D-Loc, Captain Chronic, Blaze Ya Dead Homie, Potluck, Insane Clown Posse, Twiztid

Timothy McNutt (born June 18, 1977), better known by his stage name Johnny Richter, is a rapper [1] from Placentia, California. He's a member of the group Kottonmouth Kings from 1996–2013; 2018–2020



Kottonmouth Kings Era (1996 – 2013)

Johnny Richter was originally a member of Kottonmouth Kings, but was left off their debut album Royal Highness, because "he was serving time for marijuana possession", which Richter later said was untrue. [2] Richter joined the group "officially" in 2000 after Saint Dog left the group.

Johnny Richter is also a member of the groups Kingspade, and Subnoize Souljaz.

Johnny Richter released his 1st solo album titled Laughing on July 6, 2010. [3]

Independent/Solo Career (2013 – present)

In mid October 2013 via Facebook, Johnny Richter announced that he was leaving Kottonmouth Kings [4]

In early December 2013 Johnny Richter announced that he was releasing a new solo album titled, FreeKing Out EP. The EP was released on December 17, 2013.

In mid 2015 Johnny Richter announced that he would be releasing a new album hopefully in late 2015. In December 2015 it was announced that the album would be released on July 29, 2016. In early 2016 the track list for the album was released, and so was the name, the album is titled: School's Out (Still Laughing). He has since returned to Kottonmouth kings and Kingspade in 2017


Album titleRelease dateLabel
Laughing [5] July 6, 2010 Suburban Noize Records
FreeKING OutDecember 17, 2013Suburban Noize Records
School's Out (Still Laughing) [6] July 29, 2016Suburban Noize Records

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