Although Sam Smith might originally hail from the U.K., he has come to New York so much that it's like a second home for him. And Smith shows off his "other hometown" in his latest video, 'Like I Can.'

Carrying the same swagger as the Rat Pack, the Grammy-nominated crooner and his friends stroll around the Big Apple -- from walking across the Brooklyn Bridge to grabbing a bite at a local pizza restaurant where they listened to the owner tell stories of the city's past. Perhaps the cutest part of the clip was the little dance and serenading break in some alleyway where you really get to see Smith get at those top notes.

Filmed in black and white, you get the classic vibe that Smith always gives off while showing how much fun he likes to have in a city that he's grown to love.

While we've gotten used to his ballad-belting ways, the 'Stay With Me' singer proves that he can get us toe-tapping in this mid-tempo R&B track.

Of course, in Smith fashion, the song dives into matters of the heart where he sings about being the best guy to love to the object of his affection.

Sam Smith has had a great year with the success of his debut album, 'In the Lonely Hour,' which has sold three million worldwide, as well as nabbing multiple nominations for the 2015 Grammy Awards.

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