Watch Big Sean’s “Bounce Back” Video Here

Big Sean’s “Bounce Back” might be his best-charting solo track right now (#51 on the Hot 100), but it isn’t representative of his current career trajectory. The Detroit native had a monster 2015, and is looking to capitalize further as he gives fans a taste of what’s to come with the song’s music video.

The video is chock full of intriguing imagery, from the altered colorway of his natural surroundings to the quick cuts from a swooning baby to an immense moon in transit. In it, Sean glides through with his own wardrobe experimenting with alternating colorways. “Bounce Back” might be about recovering after taking an “L,” but the confidence Sean exudes speaks to a much more optimistic outlook.

Sean has only referred to his forthcoming fourth studio album as “RR,” and there aren’t many details on its actual title or release date available. That said, if the caliber of the music legends that helped Sean sew the project up–Jay Z and Rick Rubin among them–are indicators of anything, we may be in for a treat of a follow-up to Dark Sky Paradise.

Watch “Bounce Back” above.

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