Today (Feb. 2), YFN Lucci blessed the masses with a new single titled “Free Me,” an apt release that’s centered around his current incarceration. “Save me, yeah, save me, say it to everybody who gon’ save me/ I been sober but I can’t sleep, yeah, they done took away my freedom, free me,” the Atlanta talent sang on the Anthony Jamal Phillips, Tyler Thomas Blanco, Noe Moreno Marcet and Douglas Whatley-produced offering.

While promoting “Free Me,” Lucci decided to share a heartwarming message to his loved ones on his Instagram. “First off, I wanna thank God for giving me the strength to stay true, to stay solid, even when it ain’t the easy way,” he wrote. “I wanna thank my family for loving me [unconditionally]. Ya’ll know I’m hard headed… I wanna thank my [partners], my [brothers], for always being real with me. That s**t make me better. I wanna thank my fans for never switching up. And last, I wanna thank myself for what I’m finna do with this second chance.”

As REVOLT previously reported, Lucci received a sentence of 20 years — 10 years in prison and 10 years of probation — as part of a plea deal in January. As his attorney explained, certain intricacies of the legal system (including time that was already served) meant that Lucci won’t have to remain behind bars for much of that period.

“As he has maintained for three years now, Mr. Bennett will NOT cooperate in any other case. By entering into this resolution, he will be eligible for parole in as early as four months from now,” said lawyer Drew Findling in a statement to TMZ. “The prosecution has also agreed that he should be released early on parole, and this will allow him to get back to his children, family and career.”