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#45 Legends Thursday – Gier and Kerse


This was a pretty exciting interview. I sat down with Gier and Kerse about a month or so ago. I’ve known Gier for a long time, maybe 8 years or so. He’s always been super solid. I pretty much laugh the whole time we’re together. I only have good things to say about him, because he’s one of the most super solid guys I’ve met in my life. My first time meeting Kerse was this last summer. He has a presence around him that’s also as equally solid. He’s been around the block for a while, and even though he’s been one of the most up and quality writers out there for awhile. He doesn’t carry or focus on that at all. When I met up with those two and Tater it was refreshing. They’re living the graffiti life, and it reminded me of my time in it years ago. They’re all very inspiring and just truly fun to be around. Thanks a lot gentlemen for doing this it was awesome. Joe from WRBT and Solo sit in on the close, so don’t miss that.

I hope you enjoy this interview.

The Attorney, Jive DF, and Elmer LD will be dropping in that order over the next 2 weeks. Thanks

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