Rapper T.I. has been released from a halfway house in Atlanta, after spending the last 14 days there.

The discharge happened early Thursday, his lawyer Steve Sadow confirmed to the Atlanta Journal-Constitution.

The 31-year-old performer, whose real name is Clifford Joseph Harris, Jr., will now begin his one-year probation, his lawyer added.

In September 2010, T.I. was arrested in Los Angeles on drug charges and sentenced to 11 months of prison. The year before, he spent seven months in a prison in Arkansas for federal charges related to gun possession.

T.I. was sent to the halfway house on Aug. 31 from Arkansas, but was returned to the federal prison after he was accused of violating furlough conditions, according to the Atlanta Journal-Constitution.

The one-year probation, effective Thursday, will involve a drug/alcohol testing and treatment program, along with submission to regular searches. T.I. is also prohibited from driving, owning firearms and travel (with exceptions), the paper added.

T.I. is expected to celebrate his halfway house release with a brunch personally catered by P. Diddy, who is reportedly delivering 150 bottles of Ciroc vodka to the party. The celebration will cost around $100,000, according to TMZ.

Famous for hits like Whatever You Like, Dead and Gone and What You Know, T.I. has released seven studio albums since entering the music world a decade ago.

T.I. will be giving television a try, when his reality TV series debuts on VH1 later this year.