Not only is Kevin Gates a free man once again, but he's just shared three new tracks — the first new releases since he left prison earlier this year.

His new tracks are titled "Change Lanes", "Vouch", and "Let It Sing", which all come on the single Chained to the City. Listen below.

According to Gates' Instagram and reports via Pitchfork, the rap artist is set to perform a number of shows this summer, such as Common Ground Music Festival in July, alongside Gucci Mane and T-Pain.

Gates served nine months of a 30-month prison sentence on a weapon-related charge. Previously the rap artist had serve time for kicking a woman in the chest at one of his shows.

What do you think of Gates' latest tracks? Let us know in the comments.

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