Terence Nance continues his meteoric rise to fame this week with a new music video for popular R&B artist Solange Knowles. Knowles released her new album When I Come Home on Friday and enlisted the help of the talented creator of Random Acts of Flyness to help her create an ode to Texas. Nance hails from Dallas, while Knowles grew up in Houston.

Knowles and Nance co-directed and edited the film which also features contributions from directors Alan Ferguson, Jacolby Satterwhite, and Ray Tintori. It runs thirty three minutes in length and is available to stream on Apple Music now, with a wider release probably due to hit the web in the near future.

"The film is an exploration of origin, asking the question how much of ourselves do we bring with us versus leave behind in our evolution," a press release for the video reads. Known for his experimental visual style, Nance spares no expenses on the visuals for this project. His next film is Space Jam 2, with LeBron James. It should be pretty big.