September 17, 2010 23:02

Lil Wayne to release new album in September despite being in jail

Rapper reveals the tracklisting and release date for 'I Am Not A Human Being'

Lil Wayne to release new album in September despite being in jail

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Lil Wayne is set to release a new album in September – despite being incarcerated for gun crime.

'I Am Not A Human Being will released digitally on September 27, the rapper's birthday, with a physical version due out on October 12, reports Rap-Up.com.

As previously reported, Wayne's co-manager Cortez Bryant said the release would be a prelude to the rapper's forthcoming 'Tha Carter IV' album.

Lil Wayne began a year-long jail sentence in New York for gun crime in March and is due for release on November 5.

The tracklisting for 'I Am Not a Human Being' is as follows:

'Gonorrhea (Featuring Drake'
'Hold Up (Featuring T-Streets)'
'With You (Featuring Drake)'
'I Am Not A Human Being'
'I'm Single (Featuring Drake)
'What's Wrong With Them (Featuring Nicki Minaj)'
'Right Above It (Featuring Drake)'
'Popular (Featuring Lil Twist)'
'That Ain't Me (Featuring Jay Sean)
'Bill Gates'
'YM Banger (Featuring Jae Millz, Gudda Gudda And Tyga)'
'12 YM Salute (Featuring Lil Twist, Lil Chuckee, Gudda Gudda, Jae Millz And Nicki Minaj)'


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