Another popular Jamaican dancehall/reggae music producer has been arrested by US authorities on criminal terms.

The producer, who is the CEO and Owner of Armz House Records, is being held in the US without bail. Armz House Records is responsible for the 2013 hit First Capital Riddim which features Mavado, I Octane and host of other top artiste.

Reports are that he was arrested in Miami, Florida, sometime in May on charges ranging from cocaine trafficking to money laundering, and also gun related charges.

Popular producer, Anju Blaxx, is still being held in a North Dakota prison after being arrested for lottery scamming.

The CEO of Hapilos Digital Distribution, Kevin Reynolds, was also arrested in early April for charges including the 2002 murder of a man in Maryland.

He was sentenced to life in prison plus 20 years. Jamaica Disc Jock, ZJ Wah Wa was arrested and charged for lottery scamming.