The Hip-Hop musician and his co-accused Themba Tshabalala were released on parole last week, after serving four years in prison.

Jub Jub and Tshabalala crashed their cars into a group of learners during a drag racing incident in Soweto in 2010.

They were found guilty of killing four learners. Two other learners were left permanently brain damaged.

The sentences of Jub Jub and Tshabalala were reduced to 10 years, two of which were suspended, as they had already served two.

The department says the parole conditions do not prohibit the Ngikhokhele hitmaker from recording or performing, provided he gives them his performance schedule.

Jub Jub and Tshabalala will complete the remainder of their sentence in the system of community corrections, whereby they must comply with specific set of conditions and will be subjected to supervision until the sentence expires.

Jub Jub is said to be spending time with his family following his release, and his plans for the future will be announced in due cause.

Source: SABC1