That doesn't look like the chain rule to me. Apply the product rule first.
i tried bringing down the 4Th exponent and then subtract it by one to get three, then leaving the inside alone ( 5x-1) at the same time taking the derivative of 3x^2. after that i got confused and got a wrong answer.
Your function is f*g where f=x^3 and g=(5x-1)^4, right? The product rule says the derivative of f*g is f'*g+f*g', also right? Now you just need to find f' and g'. Finding the derivative of g' is where you need the chain rule.