Big Sean's new album I Decided. dropped yesterday Feb. 3, and the Detroit rapper adds to the roll out by revealing the video for the song "Halfway Off the Balcony."

The video for the Amaire Johnson-produced track looks like it was shot at the same time that the album art for the project was captured, as they both have the same backdrop.

In the visual, Sean Don raps to heavens, contemplating the circumstances in his life. An older version of the rapper appears to mirror the younger one's movements.

The treatment seems to mirror the overall theme of the album, which Sean explained a couple weeks back on The Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon, when breaking down the meaning behind the album cover. “This is me and this is an older version of me,” the G.O.O.D Music rapper explained.

"The story of the album is: imagine you went through life and you made all the wrong decisions your whole life,” he added. “So the album is basically a chance of like having that wisdom of an old man while you’re young and going through life and figuring it out.”

Sean's new project has the internet talking, especially about the collab with Eminem, "No Favors," where the Rap God calls out President Trump.

The new album also features guest spots from the Migos, Jeremih, The-Dream and others.

Check out the hottest bars from the Detroit rapper's new LP here.

Watch the "Halfway off the Balcony" above.

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