The Atlanta native was back in federal court following his arrest last month in Los Angeles on suspicion of drug possession.
As a condition of the rapper's release earlier this year, he was ordered not to commit another federal, state or local crime while on supervised release, or to illegally possess a controlled substance.
The Grammy Award-winning artist was also told to take at least three drug tests after his release and to participate in a drug and alcohol treatment program.
According to U.S. attorney spokesman Patrick Crosby, T.I. told the judge, "I want drugs out of my life. If I can get the treatment and counseling I need ... I can beat this."
T.I. walked out of court with family and friends. Crosby said he will be allowed to voluntarily surrender.
The Associated Press contributed to this report.