The Fab 5ive were the most admired whole-car crew in New York City in 1970s. Slave got his name for how he felt working for “The Man” at McCorys Department Store in his teens. The Fab 5 crew pushed writing to the limit, with detailed murals that inspired their graffiti writing peers and fascinated the public. This crew frequently topped the transit police’s most wanted list. The FAB 5 would join the short list of crews to do whole train cars, a full 10 cars before it was over. FAB 5ive members included SLAVE, DIRTY SLUG, MONO 105.2, DOC109, PROF 165, OG 2, BLUD, SONY, BOB, DEL, LEE.
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