Rapper Headie One has been sentenced to six months in jail for possession of a blade.
The drill artist, who’s had two top 10 UK singles, was sentenced at Wood Green Crown Court in north London on 3 January.
The 25-year-old, real name Irving Adjei, was arrested last June but played at both Glastonbury and Wireless festivals after being bailed.
Headie One’s record label has no comment on his sentence.
The rapper is best-known for his track 18Hunna, which features Mercury Prize winner Dave and peaked at number six on the UK charts.
That and the chart position of his most recent track Audacity, which features on Stormzy’s new album, makes him the most successful artist from the UK drill scene.
The genre has received plenty of negative attention in the press, though, due to its often violent lyrics about drugs and gangs.
This isn’t Headie One’s first conviction.
The rapper was reportedly locked up for 30 months in 2014 after being caught with heroin and cocaine worth £30,000 in Aberdeen.
His lawyer at the time said he’d been acting as a drug courier to pay off debts.
Asked by the NME last year what his other convictions were for, he said “everything, really”.
“Drugs charges, violent charges. I’m lucky to be here today.”