In September 2015, his accomplices were caught trying to sell about 11 pounds of crystal meth worth more than $500,000. Music was identified as a source for the drug. He now faces decades in prison because of his “unsound investment strategy,” U.S. Attorney Ed Tarver said in a statement. Agents seized more than $1 million worth of meth, firearms, thousands of rounds of ammunition, multiple vehicles and more than $600,000 in cash as part of the case. Music can be sentenced ever for life in prison. In other words, he will have enpugh time to think to many good investments he had not made.