Just before November arrived, Big Sean and Hit-Boy teamed up for the six-track EP What You Expect, which saw additional contributions from Lil Durk, Bryson Tiller, Babyface Ray, and 42 Dugg. This past weekend, the Chicago-to-Fontana duo unveiled a new visual from the short project for “Chaos,” a booming number that’s perfect for Sean Don’s boastful bars about women, getting to the bag, and more:

“I’m one of one, ho, it ain’t no re-rockin’, I said what I said and I’m standin’ on top of it, gas up my bitch just to boost her confidence, she throwin’ fits at me just like my closet, I never got rich countin’ someone else pockets, addicted to C-notes, I went up an octave, strategically movin’, to win, only option, bitch, I ain’t forcin’ it, holiday season, I’m covered in ornaments, this ain’t a tour, this a tournament…”

Following top tier videos for “The One,” “What A Life” and “Loyal To A Fault,” the accompanying clip for “Chaos” is filled with just that — shots of Big Sean roaming through different locations as pandemonium appears to take place around him. He can also be seen in a room with a young child watching everything unfold on screen, with Hit-Boy in a room full of monitors and a couple of beautiful women, and along in a dark room while showing off his hard-earned physique. Even more special is the fact that Nas decided to show his support to his collaborators with a cameo appearance.

As previously reported by REVOLT, Big Sean recently announced his departure from Kanye West’s G.O.O.D. Music imprint, initially revealing that he still has love for his relationships at that label:

“That’s a forever brotherhood, but business wise, I had to start getting a bigger cut! I worked my way out that deal … I also really miss the brotherhood I use to have with GOOD music. I don’t know what happened … Guess those the GOOD ol’ days. It’s all love, but we use to really be clique’d up.”

Interestingly enough, it was probably a great decision for all parties — especially given the breakdown that we’ve witnessed between Sean and Ye following the latter’s “Drink Champs” interview.

Press play on “Chaos.”