Lil' Wayne is giving fans a peek at his life behind bars at New York's Rikers Island jail. The rap star has taken to his web site to describe his average day. Weezy says he usually wakes up around 11 a.m., drinks coffee, talks to his family, and reads fan mail. Post-dinner hours, he listens to ESPN on the radio, he says, and reads the Bible. The rapper's music career hasn't been stalled by his stint in the pokey. He phoned in a verse for a version of Drake's recent song "Light it Up." Wayne has more than 100 days left on his sentence for gun possession, but fans can expect another album before then, with a recording scheduling for a Sept. 27 release.