Lil Wayne Speaks On Prison Memoir ‘Gone Til’ November,’ New Music, Birdman & More & New Interview
Lil Wayne served a year in prison in New York City back in 2010 for a 2007 offense that involved the New Orleans recording artist a gun was found by police on his tour bus during a routine stop. During his time behind bars, Wayne penned a memoir of his thoughts and now turned into a book titled, “Gone Til’ November.”
Promoting the new book, HipHollywood sat down with New Orleans rapper Lil Wayne for an exclusive one-on-one interview to discuss his new prison memoir, “Gone ‘Til November: A Journal of Rikers Island.” During our candid conversation, Lil Wayne opened up about the lessons he learned behind bars, his relationship with Birdman, his plans to release new music and more.
While fans patiently await the release of Lil Wayne’s long-awaited, ‘The Carter V’, Weezy has dropped potential singles here and there but nothing that has sticked with fans. Wayne is currently in a heated legal battle with adopted father and label owner Birdman and Cash Money Records and has vowed to retire due to frustration from the financial stress.