Rich The Kid is a free man. Three months after getting locked up alongside the Migos during a show at Georgia Southern University on charges of possession of a firearm by a convicted felon and possession of less than an ounce of marijuana, the Quality Control MC is out of jail after posting $20,000 bond—as well as a $5,000 bond in Dekalb County, where he had been on probation—and is wasting no time getting back into the swing of things musically. Today he drops off his latest track, "Where The Cash At," produced by Hit-Boy, an atmospheric, ominous cut that showcases Rich's confidence as an MC.

"Where The Cash At" is the latest joint off his upcoming mixtape, Flexin' On Purpose, which he told XXL today in a phone conversation is due out at the end of August. After dropping off his last track from FOP, the Sonny Digital-produced "No Time," in May, Rich is planning on shooting a slew of videos and visuals in support of the project, starting with "Keep It 100," his track with 2015 XXL Freshman Fetty Wap. "100" was produced by Zaytoven, who will be all over Flexin, with Rich Homie Quan and Young Thug also slated to appear on the project.

Rich had been locked up in the same bunk as Migos' Offset, who has been held in prison ever since his April arrest and still remains behind bars while the Migos gear up for their debut album, Young Rich Nation, due out July 31. As for Rich The Kid, he's been very busy of late; two days ago was his 23rd birthday, while he also welcomed a new baby on July 6. In addition to Flexin On Purpose, Rich is also prepping a new joint album with Soulja Boy called Get Rich, which was originally scheduled to drop at the end of this month. Check out the cover art to Flexin' On Purpose and the new track above and stay tuned for FOP and Get Rich, coming soon.