GKAE SKREW MSK is an internationally acclaimed graffiti writer whose name is synonymous with the title of ‘king’ from New York to Los Angeles. Getting down in MSK during the summer of 1992 when the crew was still an offshoot of AWR, GKAE approached graffiti with relentless will-power matched by few. He explains his reason for painting was to rid himself of depression, to impose against the status quo that property is more valuable than life, to achieve a primal feeling of self-worth. Over a period of 30 years he came to represent the legendary MSK crew, face time in LA county prison over vandalism charges; experiencing loss & gain whilst creating a legacy that inspires writers world-wide. Full episode now available on Our Website, Youtube, iTunes & Spotify. 

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