Alicia Keys is working on an upcoming memoir and it’s scheduled to see the light of day in November.

Flatiron Books announced Wednesday that the singer’s More Myself will be released on November 5th through Oprah Winfrey’s “An Oprah Book” imprint. The book is reportedly a “360-degree” perspective into Alicia Keys’ life from her childhood to her rise to fame.

Keys said in a statement that she was “ecstatic” to share her life story, alongside her “sister, mentor and friend Oprah.”

“I didn’t tell anybody that I was writing this book,” Keys says in the video. “It’s been an amazing process.” She adds, “I wanted to call it a journey because I do not want it to be called a memoir.”

“@aliciakeys has navigated the spotlight and pressures of fame while retaining a humble and beautiful spirit,” the media mogul wrote. “I am honored she chose to share her personal story #MoreMyself through my imprint.”

The 15-time Grammy winner hosted the Grammys this year and memorably played two pianos at the same damn time. We can’t wait to read her story.