Above, Lil Wayne speaks to MTV about his forthcoming I Am Not A Human Being II album that will be released at the end of the summer.
Weezy says the difference between this album and his first I Am Not A Human Being album, which was released in 2010 while he was locked up behind bars, is the fact that the music was not rushed. He will also be able to support and promote this album more, because he can shoot music videos whenever he wants to.
“I Am Not A Human Being II, that’s what I’m workin’ on right now, actually I’m finished. The difference between this album and the last I Am Not A Human Being would be the music wasn’t rushed. Last time the music was rushed because I had to take that eight-month vacation on that island so we had rushed the music, but this time we didn’t rush the music.”
“I paid attention to everything I did,” he said. “You’re getting the quality of all my albums: Tha Carter IV, Tha Carter III, the same with this I Am Not A Human Being II. Hope you like it.”
In a sneak peek of Lil Wayne‘s interview with MTV’s Hip Hop POV, Weezy reveals he was busy penning songs while locked up in Rikers Island back in 2010. Speaking to DJ Amanda Seales in his Miami crib, Tune says he plans to release a new album called “Devol” (“Loved” spelt backwards), which will consist of love songs he wrote in jail.
The full interview will air tonight at midnight and there is currently no release date for “Devol“.
On November 28th this year, Lil Wayne will release a memoir titled “Gone Till November” through Grand Central Publishing (a division of Hachette Book Group). The book will detail Weezy‘s experience in jail and show the diaries that Wayne wrote while locked up behind bars in 2010 for 8 months. Also included in the journals will be Tune‘s thoughts and feelings, the people he met, his plans, his family, his children, his past and his future.
“We are thrilled to be publishing Wayne’s prison memoir,” said Ben Greenberg, executive editor at Grand Central Publishing. “He kept detailed journals of his inner and outer life while he was on Rikers Island, and they certainly tell a story. They are revealing.”