Bleu DaVinci Released From Prison, Records With Maybach Dice

posted September 20, 2011 12:00:00 AM CDT | 6 comments

Bleu DaVinci Released From Prison, Records With Maybach Dice

The BMF artist is back from a four-year prison stint stemming from a drug charge.

Bleu DaVinci was recently released from prison after serving four years for his role in a drug dealing operation.

Part of the Black Mafia Family Organization ("BMF"), DaVinci has recorded with Maybach Music Group artist Maybach Dice, reports AllHipHop.com.

The collaboration is fitting, as MMG boss Rick Ross scored a hit single with "B.M.F. (Blowin' Money Fast)," a cut that pays tribute to Demetrius "Big Meech" Flenory, BMF head honcho.

"I've recorded like 50 or 60 records since I've been home," said Bleu. "I just officially got home on Friday, shooting a bunch of videos and virals…got alot going on right now."

Bleu's track with Dice is titled "Feds On Me," the first collaboration between BMF and MMG. "The record is talking about the Feds is on me, a nervous motherfucker," explained Bleu. "Basically, that's what the records about, being nervous. From what's happened in past situations and that everything you doing, the people are watching you."

Listen to the track below:

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