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Injury Reserve has been around for a while, but for some odd reason, only now are people taking notice. In 2016, the Arizona trio comprised of Stepa J. Groggs, Ritchie With a T and producer Parker Corey released their second, boisterous mixtape Floss, a project that began planting seeds, hinting at how great this trio could be. With their 2017 EP Drive It Like It’s Stolen, their potential was all but realized, setting the stage for their explosive debut album to come.
After following in the footsteps of Denzel Curry by signing with Loma Vista, the time is now nigh for Injury Reserve to take center-stage. Whether you are a long-time listener or not, jump on the hype train before it gets too full—Injury Reserve’s self-titled debut is going to make them a household name for years to come.
Revealing of the trio’s beginnings, their upbringing and being genuine through the inevitable (but justifiable) noise that will now surround Injury Reserve in the immediate future, this rap outfit is not about hype. They could easily resort to current hip-hop trends, but that would be against their identity.
Having always navigated between experimental and classic styles of hip-hop, this new record sees the trio’s creative pulse palpitate at full throttle. Though their two emcees Ritchie and Stepa remain true to traditional flows and verse-hook structures, the collective—thanks to Corey—mix things up with some of the most wonky-sounding production you will hear outside of Death Grips. Seemingly interspersed with influences of deconstructed club and even PC Music (a la SOPHIE), Injury Reserve’s debut is easily their best sounding and most cohesive project, but it is also one that swiftly shifts from cutting and corrosive to pensive and beautiful at the drop of a dime.
|A1||Koruna & Lime||2:27|
|A5||Jailbreak the Tesla||3:20|
|A6||Gravy n' Biscuits||2:38|
|A7||Rap Song Tutorial||2:22|
|B9||What a Year It's Been||3:34|
|B11||Best Spot in the House||3:18|
|B13||Three Man Weave||3:27|
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