Louisiana rapper Kevin Gates doesn’t want to rush out greatness. The hip-hop artist has revealed his disinterest in sprinkling out new songs and defended making fans wait.

Gates went to Twitter Monday (March 12) and announced he would create a few hundred songs before unleashing them to the world.

On January 10, after months of anticipation, Gates finally tasted freedom.

Gates, who served nine months out of a 30-month sentence for a felony weapons charge, was reportedly let go on parole. Last year, after he was initially released from prison, Gates was re-arrested the same day for an outstanding weapons-related warrant. (Billboard)

Shortly after his jail release, KG encouraged his fans to send him instrumentals.

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In January, Dipset’s Jim Jones reacted to Gates getting released after serving nearly a full year behind bars.

Best news I heard for th New Years so far welcom home my brother @iamkevingates

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