Big Sean has made up his mind. Nearly two years ago, the Detroit native dropped his Dark Sky Paradise album. Now he's back with the release date and cover art for his fourth studio LP, I Decided.

Sean Don shared the news of his forthcoming opus on Instagram Thursday night (Dec. 22). "My 4th album 'I Decided.' drops 2.3.17. Preorder + new music at midnite EST. Can't wait to share this story with yall," he wrote along with the album artwork.

On the colorful cover, two ominous figures appear standing in front of their respective homes. The vibe feels like a throwback to the 1970s with some old school rides in the driveway while the sky above is straight out of a sci-fi flick.

As for the music, the G.O.O.D. Music MC will be dropping a new track at midnight. Last week, the final version of Sean's "Living Single" featuring Chance The Rapper and Jeremih was released. The song, which will likely appear on his new album, previously leaked over the summer. While the title indicates playing the field, the MC is apparently taken by the lovely Jhene Aiko. The two will reunite musically once again with another collaborative project next year as the duo Twenty88.

"Bounce Back" is another banger that could show up on Big Sean's new album. The song, which dropped in October, was an early indication that the rhymer was cooking up something new in the studio. Hitmaka (a.k.a Yung Berg), Smash David, Metro Boomin and Amaire Johnson all lend their talents to the beat while Sean raps about resilience: "Last night took an L, but tonight I bounce back."

I Decided. arrives Feb. 3, 2017.

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