It's been a year since Smino dropped his debut album Blckswn but the St. Louis artist is revisiting a fan-favorite from the album and drops a new video for the song "Wild Irish Roses."

Directed by Jean Deaux, the visuals find Smino oblivious to a robbery that is taking place in a convenience store he is parked outside of. Chilling in his drop-top Pontiac with his Beats headphones on, Smino loses himself in the music and fantasizes about a woman as things get crazy in the store.

Filmed at the same store featured in Fast & Furious, the video stars two of Smino's close friends as the store clerk and robber. According to the artist, seeing his friends go crazy in their roles was the most memorable part of the video for him.

After headlining his own tour and joining SZA on her Ctrl Tour, Smino will continue touring this year and is gearing up to make stops in South Korea, Japan, New Zealand and Australia with producer Monter Booker on the Kuple Drillz Tour.

Earlier this month, the singer joined Tobi Lou on the song "Troop." The song is just the latest new music from Smino, who also released his own single in the beginning of the month, "Khlorine."

Check out the "Wild Irish Roses" video below.

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