Watch Tory Lanez Turn up in New York For "Other Side" Video

His debut album ‘I Told You So’ is only two days away.

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Just a few days after the release of his hazy video for “Flex” with Joe Budden and Fabolous, Tory Lanez has dropped yet another slick visual for “Other Side,” a standout cut from his Christmas 2015 mixtape, The New Toronto. The clip begins with Tory in a darkened hotel room, flanked by a female companion and packing a hefty bag of weed. He eventually ends up in East New York, where he turns up with crowds and heads to a strip club. Lanez will drop his long-awaited debut album, I Told You So, this Friday, August 19. Check out the video for “Other Side” above.

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