Graffiti Kings have been creating on the streets of London since the early 80s. Graffiti Kings scuffed our knees in the golden era of UK BMXing and Skateboarding while at the same time kick-starting the birth of UK Graffiti & Hip Hop. In fact, Graffiti Kings are some of the few remaining Godfathers of British Graffiti that are still active today. They would spend every spare minute of the day painting their artwork on the side of any surface possible, then they took their art and painted it on the side of the London Underground system while dodging laser tripwires, razor-sharp fences, and the mighty electric 3rd rail.
Then came the 90s with Acid House and Graffiti Kings climbed high-rise tower blocks to set up pirate radio aerials, broadcasting there pioneering music live over London while raving in dark sweaty clubs and fields to REAL DJs with boxes of vinyl without a USB stick or laptop in sight. Hence Graffiti Kings love for music and their very own internet radio station Graffiti Kings Radio.
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