Hip hop exec James "Jimmy Henchman" Rosemond—owner of Czar Entertainment, which once managed Game, Brandy and Akon—was convicted yesterday, June 5, of drug trafficking and money laundering charges. Rosemond was arrested by DEA agents in June. The Feds claimed he used his firm as a front for a bi-coastal cocaine trafficking ring, smuggling kilos of cocaine in music-equipment packing cases shipped from Los Angeles to New York. Rosemond will likely be behind bars for the rest of his life, but luckily for him, he'll have plenty of company. Several other hip hop industry figures, from artists to execs, have had their doors kicked down by the alphabet boys. Click on to see a rundown of rap-related drug busts.