This is additional material to the text of “Graffiti L.A.: street styles and art”
Though these cuts from the text make most sense in the context of the original text and seem a bit of a hash here, they should still make sense enough on their own. Material such as the following was cut from the original text for a number of reasons. Sometimes the editors didn’t feel enough information was presented about a particular person to justify a quote. Sometimes there just wasn’t enough room for everthing in a particular section. Many times I “rescued” quotes and information from cuts and got it back into the text, but other commentary was cut without my noticing it until too late. There had to be give and take with the publisher, especially under an extremely short deadline.

‘Early Influences’ Cut Text and Commentary
The anonymous source commenting about the beginnings of things (pg. 12) had this additional bit to say:

Our whole concern was just what’s this guy doing? And what’s that guy doing? And I heard someone did something over there, and someone would say Miner and someone would say “oh, I hear he’s this freaky dude with long black hair and long black nails!” And nobody was dressing in any special way at the time. There was Pjay, one of the best early writers in L.A., tall black dude, kind of black-consciousness proud guy, cool as hell, and then also in the same crew was Rival who looked like Eddie Van Halen with curly long hair, and Miner who was into punk. At this time you didn’t do Cholo writing unless you were in a gang. Along with that, unlike today, you didn’t dress like a tough guy unless you were a tough guy or were willing to suffer the consequences.

On page 18 I present some basic definitions, and give a general definition of “wildstyle” as the creative abstraction and manipulation of letterforms. I do recognize that some writers refer to wildstyle to mean a particular style of interlocking letters and use of arrow forms. Also, as with many terms, the meaning of “bombing” is not agreed upon universally. In talking to various veteran writers, the term might refer exclusively to throw-ups, throw ups and tags, or any illegal work. Some might refer to “piece-bombing” to be specific.

A recommendation that should have been in the book, is “Wallbangin'” by Susan A. Phillips. This book goes deeply into Cholo culture.

“Los Angeles Starts Up” Cut Text and Commentary

On the map (pg. 20-21) and in the text (pg. 34) I made a real screw-up: somehow I spaced out and I called the Northeast area “Northwest.” So to the Northeast writers (especially SHs), my appologies. Northeast writers such as Asylm even put an arrow pointing Northeast, so I should have caught that! Also I forgot to put Highland Park on the map: it would be right where it says “Northwest.”

The East Side (pg. 24)
Although a number of crews say they started in 1984 or even 1983, in talking to veteran writers, it seems that the crew to first have a real presence was LABS.

Crime/Rick: Radiotron [an all-ages club where kids could break-dance and hear rap] by MacArthur park, was where we [breakers] used to hang out, and that’s where many of us became friends. After being individuals, we (Crime, along with Shandu, Primo Dee, Risco, Dave) formed L.A. Bomb Squad (LABS) in late ’84, the first crew we knew of in L.A, and because we limited the size of our crew, others started to form their own crews.
The other important east side crew to start in ’84 was KGB (Kids Gone Bad). They shared a number of members with K2S, and were active until ’89. Crime continued: “In ’85 I put LABS on hold and started K2S (Kill To Succeed) with 5 people; Crime, Prime, Cartoon, Defer and Risco.”

The first battle at Belmont Tunnel, which was started as a yard by LABS, was between Shandu and Graff, AKA “Quickdraw” to create some buzz and see what happens,” according to Shandu. The technique according to Shandu (whose first inspiration in ’82/3 was a graphic, saying “Graffiti 1999” by Fab 5 Freddie of New York) was ‘still very bubble-ish’ at that early stage. It was not a battle by common standards: Shandu and Graff were never in the yard at the same time, but rather, worked back and forth on their pieces over some time.

In the following quote, the bit about Geo disappeared, but Rick (Crime) wanted to give top props to Geo.

I was on the streets in everybody’s face from East L.A. to Pan Pacific with tags, throws-ups, pieces. We started the all-city thing [although Alski was all-city tagging], writing ‘on the run’ just as a slogan with a little running stickman, ‘A quickie by Rickie,’ ‘A fast one by Rick One,’ Geo would write ‘this is only a test’ and then clone his piece.
– Crime

The West Side (pg. 28)
Earlier, we mentioned Hex as the founder of CBS who later moved on to LOD, but another very important L.A. artist also used the name Hex. To distinguish them, L.A. writers usually refer them with their crew names, thus “Hex LOD,” or “Hex TGO.”
TGO meant “To God Only,” with biblical references or religious aphorisms often surrounding Hex TGO’s pieces. Indeed, although he still makes a living as an aerosol artist, he left the graffiti scene to devote himself to religious life.

Hex TGO, along with Omega, a seminal L.A. female writer (with UTI crew), whom he later married, ran the Hip-Hop Shop in Hollywood during the early to mid 1990s. The Hip-Hop Shop was across the street from Fairfax High School and sold graffiti supplies and hip-hop related clothing. But much more importantly, it was an important early legal gathering place where veterans as well as new-jacks (newcomers) could hang out. A number of important L.A. writers have cited Hex and Omega as very inspirational in how they dealt with them early on. Zuco, head of K4P, said “My desire to have a giving attitude came from Hex TGO because he always treated me with respect even when I sucked. And for him to be so skilled and yet open to people, was a real inspiration to never be arrogant.” Swank, SH writer extraordinaire, said “Hex and Omega were always cool with me and showed me the ropes, like telling me how to alter [paint] tips.”
Hex TGO and Slick K2S are widely regarded as two of the earliest L.A. virtuosos, not only of letters, but of representational work that consisted of characters and backgrounds (i.e. the environment the characters, usually human caricatures or cartoon figures, occupy; a cityscape, for example). These two writers engaged in two now legendary battles, one at the Levitz walls in Glendale in 1989 and the other at Belmont in 1990. Prime, who saw both battles, said “Slick did a little better in one, and Hex in the other, but they both did their best.”
……………..

Other notable crews to emerge in the west side included AM Seven (Amongst Majority’s Garbage [“G” being the seventh letter]), TPS (The Private Sector) and WAI (Wild Art Images). AM Seven was founded by Krenz AKA Yem in 1990 and though some members are from the west side of Los Angeles, they were an all-city crew during their more active early days. It was Yem that was really the first to do “corporates,” i.e. the front of billboards with full-color pieces, sometimes integrating the pieces into the existing billboard image. TPS (The Private Sector) was started in 1992 by Joe Joe, in West Los Angeles at Uni High School, and included the distinctive stylist Kofie, who took the unusual route of starting with figurative spray-painting, and later moving onto letters as well. Most of the TPS writers ended being active in other presently active crews such as RF (Rapid Fire, founded 1996) as personal associations shifted and TPS became less active as an entity. WAI started in the South Bay area and are now providing new blood for CBS with their collaborative efforts which can easily be seen in the alleys of the Melrose strip in Hollywood.

Motor and Venice Pavilion
Of all the yards that have come and gone in Los Angeles, Belmont, Motor, and the Venice Pavilion were among the most important venues for writers to gather and represent their work. It was at these yards that writers wanted to get up and be seen. The ‘first’ Verse and Siner, both of LTS were among the first writers to begin using the Motor and National yard in 1986. The walls had to be buffed out, a term co-opted from New York where train graffiti was literally buffed off with scrubbers and solution. Walls are also “buffed out” with house paint and rollers by writers themselves if they plan on writing anything larger or more complicated than a quick throw-up in order to make a clean area (if going over other graffiti) or to seal the pores of raw wall so the paint adheres evenly.

People searched all over for yards. Venice Pavilion was for “locals only”; Venice Breakwaters, a junior-high [gang] of V13 Suicidals, had it down [controlled]. The word didn’t get out until Venice got hip around 1984. That’s when people started going down there and writers too and saying Hey, check this out! And at the same time Zephyr and Revolt [both from New York] did a piece right on the breakwater. In 1987′ “88 it blew up and a lot of writers came.
– Baba

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Page 30, re South Side crews:

Cre8 [one of the founders of RTN] was very cool: he brought his mom and family to the yards to share what he was doing with them.
– Eklips

Page 32, re mid-city crews:

RTA (rapid transit artists), formed from those in the mid-city neighborhood interested in either piecing or catching tags, became LTS (Last To Serve).
– Siner

I think LTS is one of the best crews in the history of LA.
– Eklips

Page 33: to see the main inspiration for ‘Genius’ character work and why it was so sophisticated compared to most, see www.wrightsonart.com

Page 33 (this is a fuller text bit): GFA (Graffiti Force Artists), formed in ’84/5 with local Burbank and North Hollywood high school friends Plex and Grem. Grem brought a lot of legitimacy to the valley, but the goal was to paint at the big yards, not just their little alley in the valley. Plex was from the Burbank area, and Wise was from the opposite edge in Woodland Hills where he formed TCF (The Chosen Few) with Rage, also in ’85. Baba had been in Burbank and moved to Canoga Park which was a link. As in other areas of L.A. prior to hip-hop, tagging was a mix of Latino/Cholo, skater-punk and heavy metal stoner graff with some gang activity. Graff came out of that street language. Some graffiti was even using 3D at that early stage. TCF linked people to AWR and KSN.
…………………

One of the few big disappointments in the book is that a page-and-a-half wide shot of an Ayer bridge piece should have accompanied the Revok/Zes comments on “All City Influences” but got cut. That and one other Ayer bridge piece are in the CD-Rom that come with the book in any event

Alternate Chaka Views
The following views complement Revok and Zesa’s comments (“All-City Influences”) on page 36, about Chaka.

KSN was don’t you had these guys rocking all these big pieces, and then you had this little fucking freak Chaka going around and doing all this stupid shit. After Chaka it was like trying to get out of quicksand; every single writer in L.A. paid dues to make graffiti a legitimate art form. And then right when we start getting recognition and shows, this little idiot shows up and he killed it for everybody. We all wanted to be able to say “look teachers!, look parents!” that said we’d never amount to anything, that we made it on our own terms; it would have been the greatest form of anarchy. It was like mid-80s beatniks, doing our art by our rules and made society look at us, and then this little asshole just killed it. To this day I’ll never forgive him. He spawned a million little wannabes. So a lot of crews just died.
– Baba

“Chaka is just L.A., and I don’t mean that in a good or a bad way. He caught a break: Jay Leno made a joke about Chaka, so he went to world-wide fame overnight, and he got all this publicity because they wanted to make an example out of him. Why did they pick Chaka? Probably because that was the only one they could read. To the average person, all tags looks the same, but Chaka’s didn’t because they could read it. So he accomplished what he wanted. As far as him “messing things up” for graffiti or not, it just doesn’t matter anymore.
– Risk

“Regarding Chaka, if it wasn’t him, it would have been someone else. We wanted media fame and he got it. We give him props for it. And graffiti is still here. Bus mobbing probably had as much to do with negative public perception as well.”
– Make and Size

“That’s graffiti at it’s best; going nuts, exactly what graffiti is. But there was also Jimer, Gin, Stanz.”
– Vox

“He got stiffed with the bill. Dope. If he was in it for fame, he got a nice check by being busted. He’s modest by today’s standards.”
– Atlas

Again, the anti-Chaka reaction pushed kids onto freights; and once that went across America, then kids across rural areas were like “I’m on it!” thinking that must be the cool thing to do. Chaka inspired harsher legislation, and before that, it was more under the covers and people were more cool about it. Scribing became a way to “beat the buff” and that’s also the inspiration for heavens; that became the permanence factor.
– Plex and Wise

147 Responses to “2) Early Influences and L.A. Starts Up”

  1. on 15 Jul 2014 at 9:36 pmfume,set=ecmob

    Was up to all the homies having seen you all in a bit
    Jixs sprits nems seen frisk cboy jboy ease evil listo smoke
    Leño and all the Compton click south bay click la click
    And all the other click esos chamacos marijuanos for life
    Cot fume ecm

  2. on 15 Jul 2014 at 9:39 pmfume,set=ecmob

    95 5313 you forgot me fumes I’m sprits twixs jixs expo chills cousin

  3. on 30 Aug 2014 at 12:44 amPOSES TSS TNT

    POSES TSS TNT DEFEAT SNEEZ DESTRO ENTER ..THE STRONG SURVIVE..POSES POSES POSES POSES DEFEAT DEFEAT DEFEAT R.I.P

  4. on 01 Sep 2014 at 2:55 amThe kid from Boyle heights

    Qvo posesion tntss..i member Roosevelt high days…dcreas..shake..crier..remo..hael..select..triom..trame..oral..derect..decer..tnt otr ts 88-92 first and Soto Brooklyn ave

  5. on 01 Sep 2014 at 7:55 pmDEVO KCC ....

    DEVO KCC MOBERS
    “KINGS COE CHILLIN ”
    TRUE RTDKILLERS !!

    MAD Respect to all RRTDKILLERS 86-

  6. on 02 Sep 2014 at 12:34 amThe kid from Boyle heights

    I remember skoe and devo slaughtering the 251 252 and 30 and 31 lines on first and Soto in 1988-89…props to the kcc’s…remember those days like it was yesterday

  7. on 02 Sep 2014 at 1:06 amThe kid from Boyle heights

    Alot of great writers and bus mobbers would meet on First St and Soto St after school..it was kinda like a meeting point and writers bench for the east side in 88-92 just like the west side had theirs on Olympic and Vermont and Hollywood and Vermont…poses defeat enter snees and destro tntss would meet there and smash along with their east side crew mates dcreas crier hael select triom trame oral tntss otr ‘ s and kill all lines on both sides of the streets…destinations grills rooftops drivers sides billboards insides end to ends…poses with the ketchup and glue bottle drippers doing top to bottom windows on both sides and dfeat r.i.p with the oven cleaner tips catching the fatest tags I had ever seen even before Chaka. ..the ntsk’s lil sesk and big zesk along with their east side crew mates like zero fuse sale oops and serm would pop and join in on the destruction of the bus lines..comic and cash son would make and appearance and hang out and drink 4 0’s while the bases got handled..erec otr before he was cab lod hung there to with hael..serel kws was in the mix too..chaka before he was even a wruter and still skating would sit at this bench and watch in amazement as the homies killed the lines…If u were around in this time period and on the east side of town and went to Roosevelt high u know what time..only real mothafucker s hung at this corner and smashed… toys who tried got beat down robbed and chased off…

  8. on 02 Oct 2014 at 11:12 amNEXER (Nex)OTR

    Shout-out to everyone! Og NEXER (NEX) ON THE RUN! Peace!

  9. on 05 Oct 2014 at 3:51 pmCRIN NTS

    BIG UPS TO ALL THE NOTORIOUS KINGS AND EVERYONE THAT REMEMBERS DOLLAR TUESDAYS IN HP. THANX TO KCC & KWS FOR THE BATTLES. IT WAS A BLAST PUSHING OUR LIMITS, MAKING SURE WE HIT EVERY BUS AND LAND MARK IN OUR REACH AND BEYOND. THIS WAS GOOD READING, IT TOOK ME BACK TO THE DAYS BEFORE YOU COULD JUST ORDER SUPPLIES ONLINE. WHEN WE WOULD HAVE TO GO AND RACK THE SHIT WE USED OR MAKE OUR OWN SHIT.

    P.S.
    LOTS OF OUR GRAFF LEGENDS GOT THEIR START IN NTS!

  10. on 21 Oct 2014 at 6:30 pmHollywood Smoker

    Cant forget about TFK…WS.TFK.LS.. From hollywood, been around since the mid 80s …shout out to all the homies down with that 835…

  11. on 04 Dec 2014 at 7:44 amDEVO KCC ....

    KINGS COE CHILLIN CREW .. 86 – & STILL MOBIN ..

  12. on 09 Dec 2014 at 12:12 amthe gooch

    Someone mentioned DVC above. Definitely pioneers in LA graff Hx. Hope someone researched them for the next book.

  13. on 10 Dec 2014 at 2:12 pmmanuel e flores

    BIG TADK

    – REPPIN LINCOLN HEIGHTS,EAST LA –
    !!!!WE BATTLE WITH ANYONE THAT WANTS IT!!!!

  14. on 17 Dec 2014 at 1:50 amSerkle NTS

    Serkle NTSK-
    Whatup Revolve! Whatup Sena!….I still trip off of the fact today I actually got to meet Shone64 and Geso. I still remember all the oldschool scribes on the Rtd’s ..Catnip, Tomcat..Caser, Razor, Skez, Senek…I remember meeting Mad on the 40 line…I wanna say wassup to homie from Lennox Middle School- Dose49..There where many nights being on the 40 line with mad niggas from NBT, KWS, NTS…..get caught slipping with Czen by Beg and Dep and all these other niggas from K-Dub…all kinda shit…

  15. on 17 Dec 2014 at 2:25 amSerkle NTS

    Old shit…I remember meeting oldschool Sect who use to write with Zooe at the Weschester bus terminal a couple of times. He was cool and use to always be on a tenspeed.. This was around 89, so for anyone remembering who was really mobbing buses at that time before the 90’s….You saw alot of Roper and Steel killing buses on the Century line from front to back…You saw Storm, Devo, Sesk Roeve, Webster…This was the CHAKA era….SAD use to always be up on inside grill…This was alittle bit before CLK and KAK came out and started killing shit…CLK were grill kings for along time…In fact both CLK and KAK who use to beef with each were grill kings for atleast 2 years…Then you had D2D,DIS, ATC and WDC coming out…But niggas know, CLK was a legendary ass crew.

  16. on 17 Dec 2014 at 2:34 amSerkle NTS

    I remember seeing BAD(Bombing All Destinations) grills rolling in the late eighties…And you could rest for sure SAD, KTL or KCC was probly up on inside grill…

  17. on 03 Jan 2015 at 5:32 pm3nt3R1

    =Rip…Defeat…Daner…ssBGPicoUnionT55mobTNT=

  18. on 12 May 2015 at 7:38 pmPOSES TSS

    POSES,DEFEAT,SNEEZ,DESTRO,THE STRONG SURVIVE,TERRORISTS,THE STRONG SHIT,1988

  19. on 16 May 2015 at 11:10 am9266 $l03

    Shout out to WB66 Western Boys WB Sloe Gatsby Senet Sone Grizzly Twist 2rek Kasper Noef Doxsr and all the homies..

  20. on 24 May 2015 at 9:51 pmTootsie (PFK) (NTS)

    I sure do remember the good old days! Miss my bro Desire!

  21. on 09 Jul 2015 at 3:57 pmEarnone NTS

    Shoots out to all the NTQ’s. Hanging at Prex & Aboves house
    chilling at the burrito stand late nights. Bloom, blosm,Polly 1 2 3 might have been a 4.flower,misery, pure, love2 and all the other home girls from back in the days too many to remember the NTQ’S where real and could write. So many good times as a juveniles. This era was a big highlight in our life. These times are forever stitched in the back off my head. I remember having football games against the CHB’s then running threw the swap meet after for the come up. Clowning at the Hollywood parade. Jumping on the bus to hunt down some enemies after the home girl got stab. Rumbles world on wheels and big ass meeting at carved, jack in the box, and the burrito stand with new faces all the time all different ethnicity. Man we had a lot of heads. I remember Flex and Resurrection always getting into it. Man those were the days Peace to all the homes and crews. Just a few memories. Shots out to too of my old running partners Racism and my boy Prane. Ern one out NTS!

  22. on 09 Jul 2015 at 4:12 pmEarnone NTS

    That is Flex and Resist was always getting into it. Asic being a ass hole lol that was my boy buff ass Tyson, Revolver with the turtle neck and the half top cut circle newer secret propa anda and pret son big homey zense cez Dre with the blue Malibu skerear 2 misfit 1and 2 always on skates zenes rover nts gc sieko 1 2 3 and all the crews that were around the homes BNH, Fs, Sas, snm and all the homes crews where deep too everybody wanted to be apart of nts someway somehow, because it was a little bit of everybody from them crews even some kdubbs. Shouts out to the home Merb Busta Nest Cozier kest My cousin Doper. R.i.p My cousin decor , All carrot Love , spur and the other homes I forgot peace.

  23. on 12 Aug 2015 at 2:08 pmlisto_BHC 314

    Puro Bio Hazard Gang BHC 314k
    Lis/to puka L.hash.orbs.mixer badly
    Hated criminal rip repo free polar hash
    Oly that .:NORTH SIDE CHIQUES :.13

  24. on 02 Oct 2015 at 6:33 pmCRIN NTS CM

    WASUP TOOTSIE PFK? IT’S BEEN A LONG TIME, HOW YOU BEEN?

  25. on 18 Oct 2015 at 6:11 amEl Dracula.13CE.:CHS

    I Wanna give a shout out to my old crew from the North East Los….”Total Madness Crew”!!! from way back in the day….89-96….on the Eastside…..My name was Mr. Blaze One….and I wanna give a Shoutout to Crews 13K, OTR, SH, TKO, BLA, COI, LOD, UTI, BSK, KNS, OCK, RTS, DU, BI, FOE, DCK…And any other Crews in NELA who went ALL CITY!!!….CAN’T NEVER STOP TOTAL MADNESS CREW….FOX 11 UNDERCOVER & AMERICAS MOST WANTED!!!

    O.G. TM’S

    MEAN ‘R.I.P.’, CASE ‘R.I.P.’, REAL, CIZM, PRECISE, B-4, DINE, QUEST, READY, ELMO, BLAZE, TIME, TERN, KOBE, ZEPT, PLANT, FEIND, HAZE, RED, TRIAL, CREEPER, PLAD, USER, KAOE, RAID….and anyone else I forgot…or any new TM’S out there…

    SHOUTOUTS & MAD RESPECTS TO FELLOW WRITERS FROM THE NORTH EAST LOS….
    PLAYBOY EDDIE, PANIC, ACME, BASER, OILER, TOOMER, TRIBE, GHOST, BISON, CHROME, 125, DOSE 49, BENO, ANGEL, VIDAL, SAB, SNAKE, POIZE, GENT, KEEL, RIVAL, EXIT, VERSUS, MINOR, CRAZE, and anyone else I forgot….What Up!….MILK???…..How’s the Southside of LOS.:

  26. on 02 Dec 2015 at 3:09 amATCX3

    cant forget the ADDICTED 2 CRIME western and king bl Now ALLEY TINEY CRIMINALS still around from back in the days

  27. on 06 Dec 2015 at 8:46 pmLucas

    Rip to real street legends risco sine lost geo

  28. on 19 Mar 2016 at 11:30 pmSEY 570

    To my boys mobbing in the S.G.V and East l.a.running the 260 line and 70 line here’s a little shout out from SEY 570 to my boys from S.T.k SWORN To KILL , TEST R.I.P And K.R.H NISER R.I.P and S.K.A. never forget those crazy fun times we had ” hit me up” With one foot on the back door Of the bus Flaring or names on the roof top panels 1988 – 1990 SEY 570 still active just in other ways GOD BLESS

  29. on 13 Jul 2016 at 12:36 amNs dubbs

    Who remembers the NSW KREW “NON STOP WRITERS OR NEVER SHOWING WEAKNESS ,we were real tight with FIU FUCKING IT UP ,FIURIOUS KREW AND ALSO GOK GETTING OFF KREW from the boyle heights area always mobbing up and down that wicked ass brooklyn Avenue. Shout out to the homie GRAY still writing out in the midwest in DETROIT MICHIGAN

  30. on 25 Jul 2016 at 4:31 pmOHNOE 1 NTS

    Been a long time, Brings back so many memories….

  31. on 04 Aug 2016 at 7:29 pmTootsie

    Crin NTS CM. Sorry I just saw your message. Who’s this?

  32. on 16 Aug 2016 at 1:30 amCrin

    Tootsie … Verdugo.

  33. on 23 Aug 2016 at 12:13 pmTootsie

    Wow! Yup. Verdugo 😉

  34. on 24 Aug 2016 at 8:22 pmCrin

    Tootsie, WOW is right . it was like 27 years ago WOW!

  35. on 28 Aug 2016 at 4:04 amKeyOne FB MAK ITScrew

    Boyle Heights ol’ stompin grounds for many heavy hittuz. I would do it all over again if I had to decide. No regrets. Mad respect to us who made it through the 80’s and 90’s graff era over here on the eastside of DTLA and RIP to our fallen homies that influenced the game…..

  36. on 30 Sep 2016 at 6:11 pmSeMeRocKs

    Still kicking Ass! Rio Hondo yard. El Monte bus station.
    Aka ska yard!

  37. on 30 Sep 2016 at 6:12 pmSeMeRocKs

    Still kicking Ass! Rio Hondo yard. El Monte bus station.

  38. on 04 Oct 2016 at 10:24 amTootsie

    @ Crin, sorry I just saw your comment. Yes it’s been years.

  39. on 05 Dec 2016 at 10:03 amLENCH ADK

    Shout OUT to all the SFV KREWS represent!!! LENCH ADK 818 ADDICTED KINGS… Peace to SPLAT ADK, TRADE THC, SHOT UTI STREET SMARTS.. PANE STP, OILER, RIP TULSE, ORKO, CEPER, TRIAL….Mad respect!!

  40. on 19 Dec 2016 at 3:53 am"EXIT" RA K4P

    “EXIT” South Central Los Angeles “Risking All” “Kill 4 Pride”

  41. on 27 Dec 2016 at 4:46 pmList,one TNT,594k

    Dynamite Team ??????,,what up to ,Ref,Gin,onic,cope,print,zoonie,sax,most,silk,stan,sink,,,,any many more members of the TNT

  42. on 05 Jan 2017 at 8:26 pmBusting Loose/Bombing LA

    Kid Krael. Posk. Rock (Sick). Akua. Dagger. Wise (We). Thug. Crome. Miker. 125. C92. Trend. Fear. Dove. Spuna. Este. EVAK (RIP). Thanks. Kel. Basen (Mae). Phooe. Utter. Deal. Kapow. Phixer. Zwik. Twism. Oiler. Bruno. Daes. Dusk. Abe. Ed. Suck. Bruin. Synz (El Salvador). Chico. Cactus. Vader. Gray. Nerph. Jask. Jimmy. Fridge. Facter. Monk. Jersey. Brief. Swan. Amok. Skar. Crise. Jeko.

  43. on 22 Feb 2017 at 2:29 pmSEISE"KRH

    TREK MAIN DERO NISER EUSK KRISTS SEISE FIERSE

  44. on 10 Apr 2017 at 8:18 pmHollywood SLOE

    WS.TFK.LS
    (TFK) TOO.FUCKEN.KRAZY…All Day!!
    Pocos perro locos..Topping.Foolish.Kids…
    Fuck These.Sad.Individually.Xposed.Chickens.
    Fuck a BitcH.

  45. on 29 Apr 2017 at 10:37 amanthony

    mad love to all the great graffiti writers from the 1980’s who are now laying low,and to those who are still moving along…this journey is a passion that will never end…special shout outs to my crew ON THE RUN,PRICE,DREW,REDGE,KADE,VOLTS,DES,IMAGE R.I.P!,SLEEZ,MOSH,NEXER,ELER,GAZE,SIZE,MAKE,EXAM R.I.P!BASH ETC…SCREEN#OTR…

  46. on 08 Jul 2017 at 4:00 amLERK LMC

    LMC WE SMASH ON ALL LAMES NÊW OR OLD

  47. on 11 Jul 2017 at 6:41 pm818 Vallero

    BITCH AZZ CRACKHEAD LENCH. you can erase my post all you want but I will continue to let everyone know how much of a snitch you are.

    Like I said before i will snatch the breath out of your chest punk!

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