Philadelphia rapper Meek Mill will be released from Hoffman Hall, a private North Philadelphia prison, on Tuesday according to spokeswoman Shawn Hawes.

Back in July, Mill – real name Robert Williams – was given a three- to six-month sentence for violating his probation stemming from a gun and drug conviction back in 2009.

At the beginning of October Williams' legal team attempted to give the hip-hop artist early parole with no luck. This prison sentence delayed the release of Meek's sophomore album, Dreams Worth More Than Money, which was originally set for release on Sept. 2, 2014 but was pushed to January 2015.

FOX 29 first reported that Meek will be required to do community service, receive treatment, and will not be permitted to travel outside of Philadelphia.