Lil Wayne is now an author. The Young Money rapper has penned a new book titled Gone Till November. In it he provides intimate details about the eight months he spent in New York City's Rikers Island jail on a gun charge in 2010.
Selling out stadiums, topping album sales charts, and selling millions of albums have brought Lil Wayne, one of hip-hop's biggest acts, incredible highs. But these huge successes were accompanied by dark lows, resulting in a gun charge that landed him in Rikers Island Penitentiary for a year (of which he served 8 months). While there, he kept remarkably detailed journals of his thoughts, his feelings, the strange and colorful people he met, his plans, his family, his children, his past, present and future. GONE TILL NOVEMBER is a highly compelling internal monologue that is as relatable as it is unique to Wayne. It's an amazing narrative that will be a must-have for his legions of fans.
The book will be released on May 14, 2013 and is now available for pre-order on Amazon.