Kanye West is keeping fans fed.

Just two days after releasing his “24” video directed by Nick Knight, the multi-hyphenate unleashed a visual for “Donda Chant,” the opening cut off his chart-topping 10th studio album.

The video, which was shared exclusively on Instagram, takes inspiration from ’Ye’s Donda listening event at Chicago’s Soldier Field stadium, featuring an aerial shot of the replica of his childhood home. We see two rows of cars (hearses?) circling the house, as black-and-white images are projected onto the space. There’s photos of Kanye as a baby, as well as video clips of his mom, Donda West, who died nearly 14 years ago.

In addition to naming his album after her, Kanye referenced and sampled his late mother several times throughout the project.

You can watch the visual for “Donda Chant” featuring Syleena Johnson above. It marks the third video from Donda, following the aforementioned “24” and “Come to Life,” which included footage from the Aug. 26 listening event that featured guest appearances by disgraced artists DaBaby and Marilyn Manson.