Fresh off dropping his Trippple Cross album, Young Scooter shares the video for the song "Drug Deals."

"Drug Deals," one of the few songs on the album that doesn't include a feature, details how Young Scooter rose to the top by making money on the streets. The visual, directed by Cricket, gives viewers an inside look at drugs in a community. The video focuses on a young kid who sells drugs to a number of people on his block.

But while the video highlights the kid making money selling drugs, it also shows the aging people who rely on the drugs, the woman bagging up and kids from the corner who benefit from the dealer's money.

“The goal for this video is to inspire people in the streets to get money," Young Scooter tells XXL. "I mean, everybody can't get a job; the streets are all they got so I respect that, and that's how my life played out so I want to speak on what I’ve seen and went through.”

Up next for Scooter, the rapper has more videos for Tripple Cross in the works and is gearing up for the release of a new project. “Next for my fans, I got more videos off Trippple Cross coming, and I'm still shooting visuals off Jugg King, but Street Lottery 4 is going to the next big project, because I know that's what the fans been waiting on," he says.

Released in February, Trippple Cross is Scooter's follow-up to Jugg King and features a number of guest spots from Future and Young Thug. The album also includes the YoungBoy Never Broke Again-assisted "Bail Out."

Check out the "Drug Deals" video below.

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