Mystikal's "Pussy Crook" and Jay Kelly's "Nuttin' in These Bitches" are two of the worst offenders when it comes to misogynist rap. Why are these songs produced? "It fits the cultural narrative," says arts educator and rapper Stacy "Reach" Smith. "Sex sells, and women are held as commodities in that economy." Reach has organized "Who You Calling a B----?", a free hip-hop symposium at the American Jazz Museum (1616 East 18th Street, 816-474-8463). The two-hour panel discussion on rap's misogyny is part of the "Bebop to Hip Hop" series, curated by Smith and Glenn North, the museum's poet-in-residence. For more information, search for "Who You Calling a B----?" on Facebook. The event begins at 7 p.m.