First rapper to ever go "mainstream". Represented the 80's old shcool hiphop scene, when shit was true and all was good and when it was cool to call hip hop, "rap". Nas even stole his song "If I Ruled the World"
Acid Etch bath is an acidic solution used by graff writers in mops and other assorted markers to create a handstyle on a glass surface, in which the acid eats into the window, making that handstyle/tag unbuffable.
I went up and down down market street and etched the shit outta every building window I saw
One of the DOPEST & FRESHEST New York City graffiti kings ever. Big King Cope 2. He's been through it all, from the days of Subway top to bottoms, to the new school production stlyes and street bombing.
Damn I wish I got as up as Cope 2, he's a legend.
A $100 Bill.. Or if you are a chain smoker like me, you get C-Notes (Camel Dollars) off the back of the Camel Cigarette boxes.
Shit, if I collect 500 C-Notes I can get a free Camel "turkish Gold" T-Shirt
A spray paint tip that sprays nice and big/wide. Good for bombing and fill-ins on.
"Yo all you need to give me is my cans and my fat caps and i'll soon be all city"
The TL. The Tenderloin. Notorious downtown neighborhood in San Francisco, home to drug dealers, peddlers, whores, stick up kids, pimps, corners, hella liquor shops, n strung out heroin fiends. The only bad area outta towners and tourist seem to represent or see in the sco. They forgettin bout HP and all of the south east SF neighborhoods.
The TL aint nuttin to fuck wit.
One of NYC's greatest graffiti legends. Now known as "DJ Kay Slay". Now.. this is when he was dope, he has obviusly sold out now to the top 40 rap culture, but before all that he was a true subway crusher. He was in the legendary movie "Style Wars" 1982. A legend, and a hero. Peace
Damn... I give my props to all that cats on Style wars, Skeme, Dez, Trap, Revolt, Zephyr, Min One, Dondi, Shy 147, Iz, Cap, etc, they are all legends and should never be forgotten.