Following the release of his new single "Moves" on Dec. 22, Big Sean unleashes the accompanying music video, in which he highlights his footwork.

Throughout the two-and-a-half-minute, Mike Carson-directed clip, the 28-year-old G.O.O.D. Music artist shows off his dance skills alongside some fine females. The visual also features some trippy graphics courtesy of Skulley FX.

The 808 Mafia-produced "Moves" will appear on Sean Don's new album I Decided., which is slated to drop on Feb. 3. Meanwhile, the radio-friendly "Bounce Back" is also expected to land on the album.

The Finally Famous rapper kicks off his first verse with some dope sports analogies, spitting, "Look, give me the ball and I won't have to pass it/I ain't passing out until I'm asthma attacking/I take a play and then I back to back it/Hit after hit, check the batting average/I take the work, flip it, acrobatic/Got a little time and a lot of talent/Do a little talking and a lot of action/Seen the competition, hmm.. not a challenge."

Later on, Big Sean compares himself to Hollywood's elite, rapping, “We makin’ moves like Tarantino, like J.J. Abrams/Moving like Channing Tatum/Moving like Jason Statham/Motherfuck the whole industry/Half of these niggas my mini me’s."

In case you missed it, Sean recently told Entertainment Weekly that the forthcoming project is inspired by the concept of rebirth. “That’s not something that people expect from a Big Sean project,” the D-Town representer said. “So I’m happy we are delivering something unexpected. I’m excited to push the culture and push my artistry to the limit.”

You can check out the "Moves" video above courtesy of Big Sean's official YouTube account. Additionally, you can pre-order Sean Don's fourth studio album, I Decided., via iTunes now for $9.99.

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