Ernesto Edwards loves the hate. Munching on pizza at the Pizza Street Buffet in Olathe, the local rapper — better known as Nesto the Owner — plows through the slew of issues he has with Kansas City's hip-hop scene. "Radio is a big part of why Kansas City isn't what it's supposed to be," Edwards explains. Talent, he is careful to point out, has little to do with getting someone's music in the city's popular rotation. And if Edwards is lacking in anything, it isn't a belief in his own ability.