After years of being relatively quiet, former Bad Boy Records rapper Shyne is working on his comeback album.

In a new Interview on Red Bull Radio's "The Federation Sound," the rapper, who currently resides in Belize, said he’s working on a documentary and book about his life, which will coincide with his new project.

“There’s a possibility of another Shyne album,” he told the show's host, Max Glazer.

If Shyne’s projects come to fruition, this will be his first full-length album since 2004’s Godfather Buried Alive, an album that he recorded while incarcerated. In the meantime, the 38-year-old rhymer is enjoying fatherhood and reflecting on 20 years in the rap game.

In a recent Instagram post, Shyne celebrated his 20th anniversary while slamming Kanye West for his absurd comments about “slavery being a choice."

Celebrating 20 years in the Music Industry this year. It was March 1998 I signed with Bad Boy Records!" he wrote. "I been through so much over the past 20 years I’m extremely blessed to be alive, and as I watch Kanye lose his mind, I appreciate the fact that through it all I still have my sanity!"

"I never thought the young producer who produced 'More or Less' on my sophomore album and I admired so much would fall apart in such an earth shattering fashion," he continued. "To hear anybody say slavery was a choice is like saying the holocaust was a choice."

"Take a moment today and give thanks for mental health & strength because many of our brothers and sisters are suffering mental disorders!" he concluded.

Those are some wise words coming from Shyne Po.

If you want to hear Shyne's full interview on Red Bull Radio's "The Federation Sound," click here.

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