Aspiring Maryland Rappers Rob Studio After Recording Song

Aspiring Maryland Rappers Rob Studio After Recording Song

Maryland police are searching for a pair of rappers who robbed a studio after recording a song. The unidentified duo laid down a track called "Larry Hoover," a nod to the infamous Chicago gangster, at Copy Catz studio in Laurel early Thursday morning. After they cut the track, they returned minutes later with guns, ordering everyone onto a sofa before snatching valuables.

They escaped with an undisclosed amount of money and items, and the only evidence that investigators have is the song itself.  Laurel police spokesman Pete Piringer is praying that someone will recognize their voices. A portion of the song can be heard in the clip below, which also features NBC Washington reporter Pat Collins and his signature awkward delivery. 

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[via The Huffington Post]

Tags: laurel, maryland, copy-catz-studio, robbery, larry-hoover
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