Dancehall Reggae producer Anju Blaxx was granted bail when he appeared in federal court in Miami, Florida.
He was arrested in Florida on lottery scam charges last Friday.
He is charged in the state of North Dakota with mail and wire fraud in connection with telemarketing fraud.
“The judge granted him bail when he appeared in court today,” Nathan Diamond, Blaxxx’s attorney, told 18 Karat Reggae.
Diamond said federal prosecutors are appealing the ruling. He declined to state the conditions of his client’s bail or if the producer would be able to travel.
Anju Blaxxx, who is CEO and producer of UIM Records, is one of dancehall reggae’s leading producers. He scored big in 2013 with Bugle’s chart-topping hit “No Compatible”.
Prior to the Bugle song, Blaxxx charted with hits from the Purge, 300 Round, Sanction, Journey, Beach Bunx, Coolie Gal, Nymphomaniac, and Klappaz rhythms.
His Punjabi beat features dancehall heavyweights including Mavado, Popcaan, Tommy Lee Sparta, Spice, Blak Diamon, Alkaline and Konshens.