The X-Ecutioners (formerly the X-Men) are a group of turntablists from New York, formed in 1989. Their previous name of the X-men was changed due to copyright conflicts with Marvel comics. Whilst originally being formed of 11 members, they were reduced to just 4 after the name change: Rob Swift, Roc Raida, Total Eclipse, and Mista Sinista.
Mista Sinista left the group after they released 'Built from Scratch', and Rob Swift left in 2005. Since then, little has been heard of the X-Ecutioners, although it is rumoured they have two new members - DJs Boogie Blind and Precision
They have done collaboration/remixes with bands such as Linkin Park, Run DMC, Kool G Rap, Cypress Hill, Mike Shinoda. They co-released 'General Patton vs. The X-Ecutioners' with Mike Patton.