Big Sean kept his word.

After promising to drop new music on Monday, the 28-year-old rapper delivered a deeply personal track called “No More Interviews,” which addressed everything from his love life to his rocky relationships with Kanye West and Kid Cudi. The song, understandably, generated a good amount of buzz on social media, with many commenting on how battle-tested the MC sounds. It’s obvious Sean made huge waves with “No More Interviews,” but he wasn’t about to stop there.

Just hours after he released the cut, he came through with another track called “Bounce Back,” which was teased earlier this month on social media. The song is an official single off Sean’s upcoming fourth studio album, and was produced by Hitmaka and Smash David, with additional production by Metro Boomin and Amaire Johnson.

“Last night I took an L, but tonight I bounce back/Wake up every morning, by the night I count stacks/Knew that ass was real—when I hit, it bounce back," Sean raps in the hook. "Last night took an L, but tonight I bounce back/Boy, I been broke as hell, cash a check it bounce back/D town, LAX, every week I bounce back/If you’re a real winner you know how to bounce back.”

You can listen to the new track below. And note Sean's opening flow, which take cues from Drake's "6 Man" cut.

Sean also performed "Bounce Back" during his appearance on The Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon Monday night.

Fans unsurprisingly went nuts: