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    City Watts (O.T. Watts) and RileyPnP (James Riley) have released “The Speez,” an album that could bring Kansas City’s “gritter” hip-hop a wider audience. They are part of the CaviArt collective, founded by Gee Watts.

City Watts (O.T. Watts) and RileyPnP (James Riley) have released “The Speez,” an album that could bring Kansas City’s “gritter” hip-hop a wider audience. They are part of the CaviArt collective, founded by Gee Watts. Shelly Yang, Aaron Randle The Kansas City Star
City Watts (O.T. Watts) and RileyPnP (James Riley) have released “The Speez,” an album that could bring Kansas City’s “gritter” hip-hop a wider audience. They are part of the CaviArt collective, founded by Gee Watts. Shelly Yang, Aaron Randle The Kansas City Star
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Timothy Finn blogs about Kansas City's music scene

Meet the future of KC’s ‘gritter’ hip-hop

November 18, 2016 6:00 AM