Kodak Black has been released from Broward County Jail, where he served seven months of a year long sentence, reports WPLG, an ABC-affiliate news network.
The controversial rapper. who is as notable for his tracks "Tunnel Vision" and "There He Goes" as he is for his ongoing legal disputes, was in jail for two probation violations of driving with a suspended license and associating with people engaged in criminal activity. Kodak Black used his time in prison to undergo a legal change name from Dieuson Octave to Bill K. Kapri, as well as earn his General Equivalency Diploma (GED) with help from a tutor.
Reports indicate that now that he's free, the rapper will be staying in Florida to see his mother and son before heading to the studio to continue recording.
In addition to the charges above, the rapper is currently awaiting trial for unrelated sexual assault charges, for which he was indicted in October 2017.