Chief Keef is in slightly less legal trouble than he was yesterday, and continues to grind. Juvenile Court Judge Carl Anthony Walker ruled in his favor today, stating that the young rapper's move to the affluent Chicago suburb of Northbrook was not a violation of his probation.

This must have left his prosecutors frustrated, as they were aggressively pushing for his arrest and detention. During the hearing, they also claimed that Keef had essentially disappeared from their radar since dropping his Finally Rich album, but the judge felt there wasn't enough credible evidence to support either of their claims.

Perhaps as a celebration of today's victory in court, he revealed the artwork for his next mixtape, Bang Pt. 2, a sequel to 2011's Bang. Not much is known about the project other than the fact that it's coming soon and is being hosted by Michael Blackson, DJ Holiday and Mike Epps. He revealed the cover via Twitter:

There's really no telling where Keef will go from here. Despite this lucky break, he's still facing another parole violation hearing on January 28th for an outing at a shooting range in New York.

[via Hip-Hop Wired]