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Kutt Calhoun

 

Former Strange Music artist Kutt Calhoun recently spoke with HipHopDX¬†about Tech N9ne’s relevance in Kansas City. ¬†What he had to say, you might not agree with.

He says initially, the Strange Music leader was the flag-bearer for all things KC, but then the city had a hard time identifying with him.

After reading the whole article, it seems to me that he’s trying to distance himself from Strange Music. I could be way off, but that’s just my interpretation. I am not alone in thinking this though. Again, this is just mine(NaptownMike) opinion. Peep the article yourself and let me know what YOU think. Click HERE or on the image above.

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