Young Thug’s artist Strick shares official video for ‘The Loop’: Watch

YSL Records signee returns with rooftop visual.

At the start of the year, Strick released a twelve-track project called, ‘See You When I Land’ featuring verses from Duke, Gunna, and Young Thug. If you don’t know much about the artist, he landed a placement on Juicy J’s ‘Ballin’ featuring Kanye West. Shortly after, as a songwriter, he worked with other artists like Travis Scott, Jeremih, and Wiz Khalifa.

Now, the YSL Records artist is back with the official visual for ‘The Loop’. Check out the video below, as you will find the North Carolina-native on an undisclosed rooftop performing in good Los Angeles weather, assuming so as he lives there.

Update (2:45): Strick says Los Angeles, California is the location for the music video. An earlier version of this article stated “Vegas”. Also, the music video is directed by Dani Films, edited by Guillermo Crespo.


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