The Troubleneck Brothers

Also known as



New York City, New York, United States


Hip hop

Years active



StepSun Music, 862

Past members

The Troubleneck Brothers were an American hip hop group from New York City. The group never released an official studio album, but released three singles and an album sampler. Three music videos were made for songs by the group. The Troubleneck Brothers disassembled sometime after 1994.

Although most members of the group never released any additional material, a few went on to have successful careers in the music industry. Steven "Blunt" Samuel co-founded hip hop website SOHH in 1996. Moetown released three singles in the late 1990s under the stage name Mo' Money. K. "Stepchild" Edwards changed his stage name to Nance Nickels and released the album Situations & Circumstances in 2003, and produced songs for Nine and Philly's Most Wanted.

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