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110" was a word, and term, used to go over another writers
work in the 1970's. The reasons for writing "Hot 110"
over someone else's work varied on the individual
main reason writers went over works of another writer, was to retaliate
other for going over his/her work, which is a sign of disrespect.
Other reasons the term "Hot 110" may have been used, was to indicate that one was an informant for the police. It has always been an unwritten law, that one should not cover another writers work, which showed a sign of disrespect.
in the years, many writers would just background each other due to the fears
of competition on the subways.
BLADE and COMET's blockbuster lettering was invented as a way of going over other writers, not leaving room for anyone else (who was looking to make a name for themselves). Throughout the years, many writing wars erupted due to the lack of space, respect and competition (for a subway line).
Some of the most famous wars noted were: BLADE vs. CAZ 2, VINNY vs. AFX 2, PJAY and CAP vs. everyone
!! WAR !!
SACH over GHOST, on the Long Island Expressway (RTW vs. RIS).
COMET and BLADE invented the blockbuster lettering, which covered everyone in view, and helped them standout from the rest.
SEEN and DUSTER wall, for the movie "STYLE WARS", in 1982 (Before).
CAP MPC on the attack!
SHY 147, KEL and MIN over MAD, done by SEEN (in 1982, Note: an early PJAY throw-up in red paint).
IN a.k.a. KILL 3, crossed out on a number 4 train (in 1975).
GHOST a.k.a. GH returns to take over his spot from MQUE
HAZE a.k.a. SE 3 over JAYSON a.k.a. TERROR 161 (RTW vs. MPC)
The two groups were at each other for years on the IRT's. HAZE had a very classy throw-up style, and many felt HAZE and BABY 168 a.k.a. BY 168, had the best throw-up ever.
SEEN over COMET's offender on the number 6 train (The Bronx 1986).
SEEN went over his offenders and reclaimed his wall (After).
PJAY over 6 PACK a.k.a. GHOST (LL train, in 1988).
VISA over EKO TKC (1983).
LO outline throw-up, over DONDI, CIA (in 1979).
MQ over GHOST, on a workers house (in Woodside, Queens).
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