Maybe. If you move out before the end of your lease, you are still responsible for the rest of your rent, unless you moved out after the landlord did not meet a significant legal responsibility. For example if you landlord failed to fix your heat after you gave notice of the problem, you might be able to move out without paying any more rent. If you do, you will lose any rent you pre-paid.
If you move out because your landlord did not meet a legal responsibilty, be sure to get evidence. Write a letter to your landlord about the issue and keep a copy; also keep a copy of any inspection notices or written responses your landlord gives you.
If your lease allows, you can find someone to sublease the home from you. Remember, they pay you each month, but you will still have to pay your landlord. Read the article Tenant Rights and Responsibilities if you are thinking of subleasing your home.
If you are afraid of domestic violence, stalking or sexual assault, Michigan’s Lease Release Law lets you end your lease early to move to a safe location without having to pay rent through the end of the lease. However, you will still have to pay the rent for the month you move out and the month after. Read the article Breaking a Lease in Domestic Violence Situations for more information.