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No one hustles quite like Eems hustles. The former rapper now takes his ukulele everywhere he goes. Pair that up with his beatboxing, insane looping, and sometimes even a drumline, and you’ve got a recipe for a breathtaking experience. Eems hung out with us in Kansas City’s Art Alley to give a sample of what to expect at Crossroads Music Fest.