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VICE subsidiary Noisey is on a roll today. After unveiling hilarious footage of Action Bronson performing at a retirement home, they follow up with the premiere of Goodie Mob‘s visual for “I’m Set.”

Those familiar with the ATLiens know that they move to the beat of their own drum. Don’t expect any changes here, as the foursome return with a treatment that’s both confusing and aesthetically pleasing.

Rather than let the track play unhitched, CeeLo Green, Big Gipp, Khujo, T-Mo’s verses are chopped into bits and pieces that we receive throughout the three minute and 27 second experience. Meanwhile footage showing everything from various forms of mass destruction to clips of National Geographic fill the screen.

Only members of the Dungeon Family could come up with something this left field.

“I’m Set” will appear on Goodie Mob’s forthcoming album Age Against The Machine, due in stores August 27. Feel free to pre-order the project on iTunes.

Check out the video below, and give us your interpretation in the comments.

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