Injury Reserve is ready to claim the title for best live hip-hop band. Bringing their genre-defying sound to the stage involves meticulous attention to the art of live performance - a part of the music experience that often gets lost these days. Behind the Scenes - Injury Reserve’s Arena Tour shows the hard work that the trio puts into every show. From reflecting strobe lighting against clear tarp and using different visuals to match each song - Injury Reserve’s aesthetic is very punk at its roots. The Opposition partners don’t shy away from admitting that they’re competitive to put on the best hip-hop show possible. Lead MC, Ritchie, is known for switching between two different mic so he can change up his pitch or add autotune to his vocals. He can rap like Pharaoh Monch, sing like T-Pain, and scream like Ozzy. These details have paid off - the group are wrapping up their first headlining tour today to great reception and sold out shows, including selling out The Roxy in LA (and the backdrop for the tour documentary).

We’d highly recommend checking out Injury Reserve’s live show. You can catch them next at Rolling Loud in Miami on May 13th and then they’ll be kicking of their European tour May 25th in London, UK.