(AllHipHop News) Rapper Shyne is working on a new documentary about his life and times, the rapper has revealed.
Shyne made the announcement during the premiere of Kanye West's short film "Cruel Summer" in Cannes, France.
The film/documentary, titled "Then, Now, and Forever," will chronicle the past 10 years of the rap star's life, including his incarceration for weapons violation, his conversion to Judaism, and his post-prison life.
A release date is not available as of press time.
In a recent interview with The Huffington Post, Shyne revealed that he was working on a new album that would be released in July.
He is also planning two projects; one for December another in 2013.
"I have the Gangland street album coming out in July," Shyne said. "And then I have another album coming out in December. You know, just music to feed the people and reestablish the brand. And then my official solo album is going to come out probably out in the spring of 2013."
Shyne, whose legal name is Moses Michael Levi, served nine years in prison over a 1999 shooting in a club in Manhattan, involving Sean "Diddy" Combs and his then-girlfriend, Jennifer Lopez.
The rapper was deported to his homeland of Belize in October of 2009, shortly after he was released from prison.
According to the official being petition circulated, Shyne, who is the Cultural Ambassador of Belize, has dramatically changed turned his life around.
"The ban from America starts from three to 10 [years], so now it’s time to start making those applications," Shyne told The Huffington Post. "I do a lot of work for my country. So I feel that’s important for the administration, homeland security and state department to respect that."
Check out the petition by clicking the link below: