Frankie became an NYPD narcotics detective, and a highly decorated one at that. Only ten years on the job and he’s now retired with honors.
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People have traveled hella far to kick off the start of a crazy weekend leading to the Super Bowl of hardcore, the Black And Blue Bowl. Luckily I'm already here in NYC to partake in the madness.
Skam appeared on East Village Radio for the latest Black And Blue show, which is a segment that caters to the hardcore fans.
This past Thursday we were once again invited to bare witness to our friend's ever-evolving work alongside ROSTARR.
For Chapter 51: Leaders we called on Skam again, as he interviewed his childhood friend “Frankie” (not his real name), a decorated undercover NYPD narcotics detective.
“I came up with the idea from just being a ballbuster,” explains Loki. “Just about all my friends are. Son Of Skam says it best in one of their tracks: We're Ballbusters ‘til the day you all die."
You all know that we’ve done a bunch of work with DMS in that past: a Frank Book, countless interviews, features, and other pieces in between.
MQ is Starting off the new year write with this new video "All Day I Dream About Stickers." This video was actually from a few months back when MQ held an exhibition in Tokyo at Last Gallery called "All Day I Dream About Stickers."
Q-borough native and D.M.S. crew member Skam Dust recently sat down with The Wild Styles to touch on topics ranging from his Spaghetti Park childhood, his friendship with graff legend MQ, some Land of the Rising Sun tour stories, and what the future has in store for his music.