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The Group first appeared on a limited and extremely rare single by Top priority / Percie P - BQ in full effect in 1988 on Gotham city records. They released a double A side record, Murderahh!/Heartless, in 1992 before getting dropped in 1993 due to a stance against aggressive rap music namely Ice T / Body count as a major contributing factor. Stretch appeared on production for the Nas album It was written with the 2 track "Take it in blood" and "Silent murder" and 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. The live squad continued recording until Stretch was shot and killed on November 30, 1995 after dropping Majesty off at his home.
Majesty co-owned the record label Grand Imperial Records with rapper E-Moneybags. E-Moneybags was shot to death on July 16, 2001.
Majesty still records and features on many mixtapes and albums and is still managed by longtime friend Mike Dredd.
K-low (Low ground production) is still active in music and is also a guest speaker and mentor.
- "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)
- The Tribute ( DVD + CD of previously unreleased track's )