If you've followed Big Sean's career from its beginning, you're already more than familiar with the Detroit rapper's amazing work ethic and the lengths he's willing to go to in order to ensure success. That theme is one he touches on in his standout I Decided. cut, "Sacrifices," a Migos-assisted single he's dropped a video for today (May 19).

The new Kid Action-directed visual finds Big Sean, who was recently nominated for a couple of trophies at the 2017 BET Awards, racing through the streets of Tokyo on a motorcycle. The clip is dark, but every once in a while a stream of light emits from the back of Sean's ride, and we can't help but think of an action flick when watching him go.

Throughout his time riding, Sean seemingly reflects on all the sacrifices he's made throughout his career, which from the sounds of the song, is quite a few. In between shots of Sean racing through the streets there are clips of himself and Migos striking poses as they bounce around what appears to be an abandoned warehouse. When they're not the focus of the video, we see a couple of baddies dancing around as well.

Everything's all well and good in the video until the very end when things suddenly take a turn for the absolute worst. We'll let you check that out for yourself.

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