First he bounced back, now he’s making moves. Big Sean drops the 808 Mafia-produced track “Moves” following the announcement that his fourth studio album drops in February.

While some rappers are out there paying attention to the next man, the G.O.O.D. Music signee isn’t fazed by any rivals. “I take the work, flip it acrobatic/Got a little time and a lot of talent/Do a little talkin’ and a lot of action/Seen the competition, not a challenge,” he spits over the eerie beat.

From directors to actors, he compares his steps to Hollywood's elite. "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," the Detroit native delivers.

“Moves” will be one of the 14 tracks, along with “Bounce Back,” set to appear on Sean Don’s fourth LP, I Decided., arriving Feb. 3, 2017. The rapper announced the new project on Instagram Thursday night (Dec. 22), along with the cover, which features a sci-fi mood.

Big Sean’s last album, Dark Sky Paradise, dropped nearly two years ago. The effort earned the MC a No. 1 spot on the Billboard 200 thanks to songs like the Drake-assisted “Blessings” and “I Don’t Fuck With You” with E-40.

Pre-order Big Sean’s I Decided. here and listen to him make big moves below.

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