Quality Control CEO Pee Puts Out A $20K Bounty For Stolen Hard Drive!

Recently a car was stolen from a Quality Control Music engineer and contained an important hard drive.

By: Rico Panacea (@RicoPanacea)

(AllHipHop Rumors)Quality Control Music is home to some of the hottest artists in Hip-Hop right now. Not only are their artists some of the most sought after Hip-Hop acts, but music acts in general.

This became apparent as one of their acts, Migos, recently won a 2018 American Music Award for Best Pop/Rock Duo or Group. The group has been gaining more notoriety over the past few years and their AMA win was just an example of their musical praise.

Quality Control Music is also home to acts such as Lil Yachty, City Girls, Lil Baby and management home to Hip-Hop star Cardi B. Quite the impressive roster for the Atlanta based company.

So it's easy to see why some many people want to be a part of their musical projects. The acts on the roster are valuable and their unreleased music could be worth more.

Recently we got a chance to see an example of that worth after their CEO Pee offered a $20,000 cash reward for a stolen hard drive. The hard drive is assumed to hold unreleased music from the labels artists and other important information.

“Hit me in the dm or anybody who you know that know me or anybody in the camp. It’s all good we need that hard drive. Thank you.," wrote Pee.

Apparently, a car was stolen from one of the label's engineers and the hard drive was inside the vehicle. Hopefully, the vehicle and hard drive will be recovered in the future so we can get some more bangers from the label.