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Lil Wayne releases album early; Lyfe Jennings set for prison term; Animal Collective and Rick Ross do shoe-related things

lil wayneLil Wayne released his new album two weeks early. (AP Photo/Louis Lanzano)

By David Malitz

- Lil Wayne's new album, "I Am Not a Human Being," was released digitally yesterday, two weeks before it officially hit stores. It was a birthday present from the incarcerated rapper to his fans.

- R&B star Lyfe Jennings is headed back to prison to serve a three-and-a-half year sentence for a domestic violence incident. Jennings previously served 10 years from 1992-2002 on an arson charge.

- In music/shoes news: Each member of Animal Collective has designed a pair of shoes in cooperation with Keep. The profits from all sales benefit the Socorro Island Conservation Fund and each pair comes with a cassette of unreleased AC jams. And rapper Rick Ross is now a Nike spokesman.

By David Malitz  | September 28, 2010; 9:00 AM ET
Categories:  Morning click  | Tags:  Animal Collective, Lil Wayne, Lyfe Jennings, Rick Ross  
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