After facing upwards of 20 years, the DXnext alum emcee was sentenced to 12 months.
Los Angeles, California emcee Bluff of DXnext group Custom Made was sentenced to 12 months in prison yesterday (January 30) for a 2011 conviction of wire fraud. Originally facing up to 20 years after being indicted for 50 counts of fraud causing damages estimated at $1.5 million.
Born Briceson Loving, Bluff had previously released Custom Made albums through Babygrande Records, Coalmine Records and Rawkus Records with band-mates Scavie Scoobs and Element.
Later this year an EP from Bluff is planned for release. HipHopDX will keep you updated.