Injury Reserve is an Arizona hip hop trio formed in 2014. The group consists of rappers Steppa J. Groggs and Ritchie With a T, and producer Parker Corey.
In 2015, the group self-released Live From the Dentist Office, their 11-track debut project with features from Chuck Inglish, Curtis Williams, Glass Popcorn, and Demi Hughes. The mixtape was released through multiple digital platforms such as SoundCloud, iTunes, Tidal, and Spotify. The project was later commercialized in physical copies through Injury Reserve's online store. Live From the Dentist Office received general acclaim from music critics. In 2016, after the single 'All This Money' was released, Anthony Fantano (The Needle Drop) praised the single as "genius." On December 15th 2016, Injury Reserve released their second studio album titled Floss, released again through a variety of digital platforms. The album featured Vic Mensa and Cakes Da Killa.