The Chicago emcee says his next album will appeal to his longtime fans.

At a recent concert in Albany, New York Lupe Fiasco announced from the stage that his next project will be a sequel to his debut release entitled, Lupe Fiasco’s Food & Liquor II: The Great American Rap Album. Now the chart topping rapper has revealed some details about the direction that record will take.

Speaking with Albany radio station Jamz 96.3 Lupe declared that the project will have his core, longtime fans in mind and will be a return to the style he showcased on his early releases.

“It’s a little more dedicated to the nerdy Lupe Fiasco fans, out there, who like the super double entendres and the triple metaphors and the concept songs. So you know we gonna take it back,” Lupe stated.

In the immediate future for the rapper are several video shoots. He plans to film clips for forthcoming singles “I Don’t Wanna Care Right Now” and “Out of My Head,” both off his latest record Lasers.