On Aug. 2, ASAP Rocky was released from a Swedish prison following an assault charge, but now the rapper has plans to return to the country next month after his month-long prison stint.

According to TMZ, the "Fashion Killa" musician is heading back to Stockholm on Dec. 11 in order to perform a concert for his fans, but he also has other things that he'd like to accomplish on the upcoming trip. On Tuesday, TMZ cameras caught up with him as he was leaving Rick Owens, a clothing store in New York City, which is where he revealed what he hopes to do during his return to the country.

"When I was in Sweden, I met so many people like myself. You know? All of those immigrants really didn't have the kind of support they needed. Like, me, being a celebrity, I had worldwide coverage. We had the American Embassy," he said, adding, "These people come from countries that... They don't have help, and Sweden, they take in immigrants."

Continuing, he added, "I just felt like I wanted to give back."

He then discussed how all of his fans in the region were showing him support during his incarceration, which he saw on television at the time. As for the money he will earn during his return concert, he plans to donate it to an organization called FARR, the Swedish Network of Refugee Support Groups, that helps "immigrants get the right kind of help that they need inside, because some people are sitting in jail for 10 months, two years, and they never see a judge." 

Before leaving, he also revealed that he would "love" to perform at the prison, but doubted the possibility of that due to the fact that it is a "maximum security lockdown detention center."

Earlier this month, Rocky also discussed the topic at the Summit Ideas Conference in Los Angeles. There, he revealed that he had designed new uniforms for the inmates at the facility where he had been held. "I'm trying to do what I can with what I can, I just want to keep creating and encouraging whoever is after me to do it better," he said, as reported by Forbes.