While performing at Fader Fort in Brooklyn last night (Oct. 18), Allan Kingdom announced that he will be dropping a new project very soon. "I’ve been working on a new project coming out in November,” said the Minnesota native. The project will be a follow up to Kingdom's 2014 Future Memoirs EP. The rising rapper has been dropping a solo EP every year since his 2012 Pinkspire Lane debut, so this announcement is right on time.

While on the mic, Allan performed a solo version of  Kanye West's "All Day" and premiered a new song for the crowd. Later in the night, he went on to perform at House of Vans with Prince Paul and PRhyme.

Over the course of the year, the rising rapper has dropped a number of loose tracks since being featured on "All Day." These include "Take It," "Mandela" and "Keeping it Easy." Kingdom also released an album last year as part of the hip-hop group thestand4rd.

Last September, XXL caught up with Allan, where the young MC discussed his motivation to make people feel better about themselves using his music."It’s why I like making music the most. When I get letters or feedback about something that made someone else feel good is the best feeling," he explained. Get to know more about Allan Kingdom over on The Break.