Live Squad
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Hollis, Queens, New York, United States


Hip hop

Years active



Tommy Boy

Associated acts

2Pac, Digital Underground

Past members

Live Squad was an American hip hop group from Hollis, Queens, New York City that consisted of brothers Stretch and Majesty, and their DJ K-Low. The group signed to Tommy Boy Records in 1991, with the assistance of Yo! MTV Raps host Ed Lover, who was a friend of Stretch. 

The group released a double A-side record, "Murderahh!/Heartless", in 1992, before getting dropped from Tommy Boy the following year for being too hardcore.

Following the disestablishment of the group, Stretch collaborated with his friend Tupac Shakur before their friendship ended in 1994 following the Times Square shooting of Shakur. Stretch was murdered in 1995. Majesty founded the label Grand Imperial Records with rapper E Moneybags and released Live Squad's material in 2001 on the label.


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