Arts and rhymes is “Taking it to the streets”! In the new series of Artist interviews, Arts and rhymes chopping it up with graffiti artists who have been putting in work in the nitty gritty NYC streets. Stay tuned for exclusive talks with street legends and up and comers, as we take a look into the real world of Graffiti. First up in our new series is New York’s very own NOXER DOD. This Brooklyn native has been destroying the streets for over 20 years and it doesn’t look like hes stopping anytime soon.This writer always has a unique twist when it comes to his graffiti using the signature “Black Man gone Robbin” as the main character in most of his work. Very big on staying physically nondescript, Noxer has been able to keep his identity a secret while still managing to be the center of attention on the streets of NYC. Here we take a look into the mind of this veteran and find out his views on Graffiti and the choices he’s made as an artist in this game.