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Mixtape: Gee Watts – Watts Up

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Mixtape: Gee Watts – Watts Up

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Gee Watts was on here last week, I believe, with his Kendrick Lamar featured track that he released prior to releasing this mixtape which is predictable titled Watts Up. I get it. I get it. You know. Just. I mean, I’m sure he can put more time into naming the next one. In any event, the tape is below along with a bio so you can familiarize yourself with the artist. Take a listen and download it if you want.

[ARTIST BIO] With an undeniable fan base and recent cosign from good kid Kendrick Lamar, real life experiences paired with a lyrical knack have landed Kansas City emcee Gee Watts in the speakers of hip hop heads everywhere.

In a brief 2 years of beginning his musical journey, Gee Watts has blessed the stage with artists such as: Young Jeezy, Big K.R.I.T. and Nipsey Hussle as well as collaborating with various producers and fellow indie artists across the country.

Aspiring to be something like a mid-west staple, Watts’ unwavering determination combined with street savvy show to be key ingredients to dub him a certified hustler in the game.

Throughout his discography listeners can relate to the struggle to do right by family while staying true to oneself when facing the constant allure of the street life that raised you. From his first bars to the most recent mixtape, Watts has maintained an honesty within his music that will give insight for years to come.

Listen and download: Gee Watts-Watts Up

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