It’s common knowledge that Gee Watts keeps it real and follows the G code, but can you fault the man for stating the obvious when he states it in as dope a fashion as he does on his latest single? To answer my own rhetorical question, no, you can’t. Premiering in the Booth along with Kendu the Stampede‘s official visuals, this street banger finds the artist recapping what N**gaz already Know about him and his hustle, accompanied by Mike Hurst‘s stark bell-loop production. Craving more? You’re in luck; Gee’s new 199x mixtape is available in The DJBooth for free, full streaming.
Written by richard on 06/2/14
Kansas City, Missouri emcee Gee Watts has come together with Distant Dreams Music, LLC and 1990Never to bring fans his latest street release, the 199x LP. The project packs 14 tracks' worth of original material from the...
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"Watts R.I.O.T." (2013)
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