This November, Twista will release a new documentary chronicling his rise to hip-hop fame.

The currently-untitled project will be helmed by Vlad Yudin, who is also responsible for directing the 2009 documentary, 'Big Pun: The Legacy.' Yudin revealed to HipHopDX, explaining that it would cover Twista's hip-hop achievements, in addition to other quirky details, such as his induction into the 'Guinness Book of World Records.' (The Chicago rapper was listed in the 'Guinness Book of World Records' in 1992 for speaking 598 syllables in one minute.)

"Many people don't know that Twista is an extremely private person." Yudin said. "This film will explore his personal side for the first time ever." The documentary will cover facets of Twist's personal life and will feature appearances from artists like The-Dream and Ne-Yo.

Twista released his debut album 'Runnin' Off at Da Mouth' in 1992, and has released six additional albums since then. His seventh studio project 'The Perfect Storm' is currently slated for an October release.