A rapper jailed for 'county lines' drug dealing had brazenly bragged about his antics in YouTube videos.
Reuben Rose, who sings under the name King Krus, was jailed for eight years for supplying crack, heroin and cannabis across Wiltshire and Essex.
After his conviction it emerged Rose had openly boasted about his crimes on YouTube.
Rapper Reuben Rose, who rapped under the name King Krus, brazenly boasted on YouTube of supplying crack, heroin and cannabis. He was jailed for eight years for supplying the drug across Wiltshire and Essex
In one track 'On My Mind', which has more than 15,000 views, he raps: 'Building up new trap lines, Gotta get them stacks in, Five lines at one time, What you know about trap king?
'I built hella lines, Hit hella cats, Took hella losses I'll get it back.
'No whip [car], no driver? I'll hop the train, nothing stops this pay.'
In one video, Oh My Gawd (above), Rose is filmed sitting at a table with two £249 bottles of Royal Dragon vodka, cups full of cannabis and wads of cash while smoking a joint
The glossy video, which opens with Rose popping open a bottle of Lanson champagne, shows him smoking joints and using weighing scales.
The lyrics, some of which attributed to fellow rapper Sean Murdz who features on the track, continue: 'Smoke hella weed this a lemon pack, Drop 28/27 back.
'The personnel kings in the trap, And now their phones aren't ringing fam, You think I give a damn? They never when I never had a cat I could give a gram.
'Now I'm moving box like you getting spam, You can't walk with me Lieutenant Dan
Forrest Gump you should have never ran, Fat ting in the car like a wedding plan.
'Trap lords, trap lords, In a in a dis b*tch, Stack more, stack more, My n**** get rich.
Reuben Rose in the same video walking down a street holding a joint. Rose first came to the attention of Wiltshire police in July 2015 when he was suspected of driving around the area delivering drugs to users
'Money, money on my mind, I've been out there trapping all my life.
'You can get it if you want, you can get it if you like, Late night trapping.'
County lines sees dealers in big cities being contacted via mobile phone - then using youngsters to deliver the drugs to outlying areas.
In another video, titled Oh My Gawd, Rose is filmed sitting at a table with two £249 bottles of Royal Dragon vodka, cups full of cannabis and wads of cash while smoking a joint
He raps: 'I got a runner that be smashing out them hard tax.'
Rose was jailed in December 2018 at Swindon Crown Court following a three-year investigation by Wiltshire Police.
He first came to the force's attention in July 2015 when he was suspected of driving around the area delivering drugs to users.
Police stopped him several times during the summer after intelligence from the public showed he was travelling to Swindon on almost a daily basis.
He was found to have phones suspected of being linked to drug deals