Kodak Black has wasted no time getting to work since completing a seven-month stint in jail on Aug. 18, and his latest move is major. The rapper was pictured today (Aug. 30) in a recording studio with Bruno Mars.

Two photos from the link-up come to us via Bruno's Instagram. The first image shows the 24K Magic singer seated behind a mixing console while Kodak stands over a notepad with a pen in hand. The second is a selfie in which the South Florida rapper flashes a cold diamond grill. Bruno captioned the post with a thinking-face emoji.

Kodak was serving time for charges stemming from a January arrest that resulted in a conviction for possession of a weapon by a felon and possession of cannabis. During his sentence, he earned his GED, started writing a book and changed his government name from Dieuson Octave to Bill K. Kapri.

While locked up, Kodak also lent vocals recorded on a jail phone to A$AP Rocky's song "Calldrops" and released "Mama" featuring Jadakiss and TXS. His last full-length Heartbreak Kodak dropped in February.

A few days after the rapper's release, he was spotted filming a music video in front of an airplane. Tuesday (Aug. 28) brought the news that, per the Justice Department's recommendation, his probation for the January arrest was terminated.

Check out photos of Bruno Mars and Kodak Black in the studio together below.

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