Arizona's hip-hop trio Injury Reserve
(producer Parker Corey and
rappers Jordan "Stepa" Groggs and Nathaniel Ritchie)
debuted with the
mixtapes Live from the Dentist Office (2015), sprinkled with jazzy overtones,
and Floss (2016), with Oh Shit.
They refined their formula on the
seven-song EP Drive It Like It's Stolen (2017), notably in Colors,
Boom (X3) and North Pole.
The album Injury Reserve (2019) failed to achieve the same consistency
but still boasted the jazzy Three Man Weave,
Jailbreak and Tesla.
Jordan Groggs died in 2020.
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