Live Squad

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Live Squad is an American hip hop group from Hollis, Queens, New York, consisting of Stretch, Majesty, K-Lowe and Biggy Smallz (not to be confused with New York rapper The Notorious B.I.G.). The group signed to Tommy Boy Records in 1991.


The band released a double A side record, Murderahh!/Heartless, in 1992 before getting dropped in 1993. Stretch appeared on numerous albums and movies with Tupac Shakur before the relationship between the two allegedly turned sour after Shakur was shot in New York City, New York, on November 30, 1994. Stretch was shot and killed on November 30, 1995. Majesty co-owned the record label Grand Imperial Records with rapper E-Moneybags. E-Moneybags was shot to death on July 16, 2001.


  • "Murderahh/Heartless" single (CD, cassette and vinyl)
  • "Game of Survival/Pump For a Livin" single
  • "Game of Survival" (DVD+CD Soundtrack)
  • A second "Murderahh/Heartless" single available only on vinyl
  • "Another Memory" (unreleased)

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