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Nosaj Thing Would Like Their Stolen Gear Back

Nosaj Thing, the electronic musician/producer who has worked with the likes of Kendrick Lamar and Kid Cudi, was robbed of his group's equipment early Thursday morning on Kirby and Richmond.

According to the band's Facebook page, their tour van was broken into and all of their equipment, including Macbooks and other devices, was taken.

The band is offering a cash reward for any information leading to the retrieval of their gear. Please contact the band on their Facebook page if you know anything about Thursday morning's robbery.

Our great city's reputation does not need to be smeared by scheming opportunists. Considering the number of artists who pass over Houston for Dallas and Austin, this city does not need to encourage the artists who enjoy stopping to perform here to keep their distance from us, too.

Our gear got stolen last night on Kirby and Richmond.

  • 4 bags
  • 4 MacBook Pros
  • Lacie hard drives
  • MIDI controllers

Cash reward. No questions asked.

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