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Big Sean‘s album Dark Sky Paradise drops tomorrow—but he couldn’t resist dropping one more track before the big day. Apparently Sean’s creative juices were flowing last night, compelling him to drop some bars over one of his “favorite Beyoncé songs,” “Me, Myself and I” off Bey’s 2003 solo debut Dangerously In Love.

Producer RobGotBeats chopped up the Scott Storch-produced original, while Big Sean flipped the original theme of the song into an ode to all the important people in his life—crew, Ariana Grande, and of course the fans. He also manages to throw some shade, including to rappers who “hide behind their skits.” Wonder who he’s referring to

Listen to and download the track below.

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