Juicy J has announced he’s the latest rapper to drop their very own memoir, as he revealed on his Instagram page this week.

The Memphis, Tennessee, native took to his Instagram on Monday (March 27) with a post revealing the cover of his new memoir titled Chronicles of the Juiceman. The picture shows a side profile of Juicy J’s face in front of a smoky background.

The 47-year-old will be teaming up with Hip Hop journalist Soren Baker to help bring his memoir to life. Some of Juicy’s peers gave their approval in the comment section of his post, including Metro Boomin, Lex Luger, Big Boy and more.

“My Life Story! So Inspirational,” he wrote. “‘On sale Sept 5th, preorder today by clicking the link in bio’.”

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The memoir is scheduled to be released in September 2023 and will highlight Juicy J’s journey from growing up in Memphis and forming one of the most legendary Hip Hop groups in Three 6 Mafia, to becoming a successful solo artist.

While he’s prepping the release of his memoir, Juicy J is gearing up to drop a new album as well. During a fake interview with Logic back in January, Juicy J hinted at the new project.

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“For those of you who don’t know, I, Logic, am actually executive producing one of Juicy J’s next albums,” Logic said. “It’s the most Dilla, Hip Hop, Alchemist, gangsta, Madlib dopest shit ever.”

When he asked Juicy how he felt about it, the Memphis native added, “It’s some real shit.”

Juicy J released three collaborative albums last year, and judging by the latest news, his hustle isn’t slowing down any time soon. After teaming up with his Taylor Gang labelmate Wiz Khalifa for February 2022’s Stoner’s Night, he also released Space Age Pimpin with producer Pi’erre Bourne in June and Crypto Business with Lex Luger and the Trap-A-Holics this past November.

“I’ve been doing this for a long time … and I’m gonna keep going,” Juicy told MTV News in 2020. “My kids’ kids will be listening to Juicy J. I’m gonna be like Tony Bennett around here: 80 years old and still getting Grammys and shit. This is what I love to do and I’m a genius at it — so give me my flowers, man.”

Juicy J was also recruited to join Logic on his College Park Tour which will kick off in May and trek across 23 cities.