B.O.BSince his release form federal prison to a halfway house rapper T.I. has maintained a low profile, but word has it that the Atlanta native is back to doing what he does best: making music. Grand Hustle Records artist, B.o.B. recently gave an update on Tip, revealing that the two have worked together since his release. "I actually worked with Tip on some stuff from my album and some stuff from his album," he said in an interview. "We came up with a banger."

B.o.B., who was signed to a distribution deal with Atlantic Records with Tip's help, also described his friend's mental state since his release. "He seems like he's really focused now that he's out, and he seems like he's got something to prove. I'm excited to see what he's gonna do, and I'm excited to see what the songs we made are gonna do."

Tip was sentenced to 366 days behind bars on federal gun possession charges stemming a 2007 arrest. Although he was scheduled for release in May of this year the 29-year-old was transported to a halfway house in December for good behavior. He is said to be working on a new album. Meanwhile, his Grand Hustle counterpart, B.O.B. will drop his debut, 'B.o.B Presents: The Adventures of Bobby Ray,' May 25.