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Jordan Groggs of Injury Reserve Dead at 32

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Rapper Jordan Groggs, a member of the experimental hip hop group Injury Reserve, has died at age 32.

The group announced Groggs’ death on Instagram and Twitter earlier today alongside a GoFundMe for the rapper’s family.

Groggs, who went by the rap name Stepa J. Groggs, worked with fellow Injury Reserve members rapper Ritchie with a T and producer Parker Corey. The Phoenix-based trio put out four projects since their formation in 2013: the mixtapes Drive It Like It’s Stolen, Floss, and Live from the Dentist Office and their 2019 debut album Injury Reserve.

Watch the “Jailbreak the Tesla” music video with Aminé here:

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Andrew Checchia is a second-year student at UCLA. Currently an English major and a film minor, he is following a passion for writing and diverse forms of artistic expression. Born in Redlands, California, he moved to St. Louis, Missouri at a young age, where he lived for ten years. From there, he moved to Houston, Texas for middle school and high school.

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