Lena Dunham reportedly took home $3.7 million for her book, "Not That Kind Of Girl," and now it's her boyfriend Jack Antonoff's turn in the literary spotlight. The Bleachers and Fun. singer just inked a deal with Simon & Schuster for his upcoming book, "Record Store," announced this morning.

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The book will pay homage to record stores, which are on the verge of dying out much like the corner video store, and will include essays, interviews and photos. Unlike a traditional book, this one will have more of a scrapbook feel.

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As you can imagine, being a three-time Grammy winner has put Antonoff in contact with some pretty knowledgeable people — and those he doesn't already know are pumped to talk with him. The book will include interviews with some industry heavy-hitters as well as some under-the-radar record store heroes.

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“Jack is, quite simply, a creative force,” says Jofie Ferrari-Adler, senior editor at Simon & Schuster, in a press release. “Everything he does has a huge amount of heart, and it doesn’t surprise me that he wants to use his first book to shine a light on these essential places that have shaped so many of our lives.”
 
The book's release date has not yet been announced.
 
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