It's been more than two months since T.I. was arrested and charged with possession of unregistered machine guns, and the rapper will now have to wait another six weeks to convince a judge to throw out evidence obtained when he was arrested in an Atlanta parking lot on October 13.

T.I.'s attorneys claim the search was illegal because it was executed without a "warrant, consent or probable cause," according to a motion filed in November. Judge Alan Baverman postponed the suppression hearing -- originally scheduled for Thursday -- until February 19.

In the meantime, T.I. is reportedly working on material for a new album, dubbed 'Paper Trail,' and remains on house arrest while awaiting trial.