Although, Lil Wayne's post-prison sentence included the release of the Carter IV, there was something else he had been constructing while on his eight-month stint at Rikers Island. Gone Till November, a reflection on Wayne's sentence, is set to be released November 28th, through Grand Central Publishing. The book is based upon diary entries scribed during his imprisonment, and are sure to be very "revealing," says Grand Central editor Ben Greenberg.
Apparently, Lil Wayne isn't happy with just being a Grammy Award winning rapper, the founder of Young Money, or a platinum-selling artist, but instead must further augment his entrepreneurial success with being an author as well. If his track record remains as consistent as it has, Lil Wayne will surely become a venerable writer, too, and then perhaps even move onto neuroscience-- fingers crossed.