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Best of Utah » Music Nominees

Grits Green

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Grits Green: "The rhythmic, skillful wordplay of MCs Rhagenetix and Porta D blend like soul magic with the funky fresh stylings of Greggy Shaw on bass, Bobby Gilgert on drums, and Jonny Knoder on guitar, bringing you one of Utah's freshest live hip-hop bands. Their infectious positivity bleeds through in their live performances and hit album, Imagination in Motion. We are honored to be nominated along with so many other talented SLC hip-hop artists."