Two-for-one feature from the <em>199x</em> LP.
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Infectious beat, a repeatable hook with some patented Gee Watts bars sandwiched in-between.
<em>"Shoutout to my homeboys at The Smoking Section, the first ones to believe gahdammit."</em>
The title track from the Kansas City MC's upcoming <em>199X</em> project.
"Step ya game up, or get played tryin' to play it Thinkin' on my old days, this the shit that birthed my hatred 'Cause growin' up we heard, fuck these b*tches M.
There's a certain flair in Gee Watts' music, and though it's hard to accurately put it into words, one listen to "Nasty" will answer any and all questions.
<a href="http://uproxx.files.wordpress.com/2013/05/hf-danetria-klyn-kyra.jpg"></a>Photo: Chris Sweda, Chicago Tribune A lot of Chicago went into this writing.
Add Gee Watts to the list of new generation Midwest MC's crafting quality music.
Two leaked songs into Watts Up and I was hooked.
After grabbing attention <a href="http://smokingsection.uproxx.com/TSS/2013/03/gee-watts-ft-kendrick-lamar-watts-riot">"Watts R.I.O.T.,"</a> Gee Watts strikes out on a solo mission on "Quiet Place," inviting anyone who cares to enter into the space where he finds comfort amidst the chaos.