Although Kodak Black is in a Florida jail (for violating his probation), the grind doesn’t stop. Over the weekend, the rapper revealed the the cover art, release date and trailer for his upcoming album, Painting Pictures.

The cover art is very interesting. It’s an illustration of Black painting a self-portrait of himself in a graffiti-covered room.

In addition to the artwork, a trailer was released for the project. In the one-minute clip, we see the Pompano Beach, Fla. native spitting, “I grew up looking up to n----s that be on the corner / I can’t stop ’cause if I stop, then I’ma disappoint ’em.” A montage of footage is also included, which features Black’s release from prison to him performing at various nightclubs.

Black is currently locked up after he violated his probation for charges stemming from a May arrest that include strong arm robbery, false imprisonment, possession of a firearm by a delinquent and fleeing or attempting to elude law enforcement.

Kodak Black's Painting Pictures is set to arrive on March 31. Black will also appear on The Fate of the Furious soundtrack via a song called “Horses” featuring PnB Rock, Kodak Black and A Boogie Wit da Hoodie.

Watch Kodak Black's Trailer for Painting Pictures