The Sick Burn Squad is an American Rap group from Detroit, formed in 2011. For the entirety of their career, the group has consisted of Biggie Large, Lil Smalls and DJ Turntable.

Originally formed as a band designed to battle against the Hanford Homeboys, the Sick Burn Squad went on to rap battle against such rappers as Lil Wayne, Eminem and in one instance, Mr. T on The Tonight Show.

The Sick Burn Squad has been featured on such albums as Licensed to Ill, and No Need to Argue.

With several hundred views on Youtube and iTunes, the Sick Burn Squad has made a name for itself as being the band with largest number of burns on one song.

While nearly being inducted in the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame, the band went on hiatus in 2013.

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Formation and Early years Edit

Prior to being in the Sick Burn Squad, Biggie Large was traveling with and rapping outside Insane Clown Posse events. He was also an employee of a small venue called the Banana Wizards. After several years of little rap exposure, the band was created in 2011, in an act of retaliation against what they called “haters.” According to interviews later on, their most important battles consisted of raps against the Hanford Homeboys.