Tory Lanez‘s Memories Don’t Die album is in the works and he drops the “Shooters” video. Police brutality is a major talking point in America and he weaves that element into his visuals. It opens with a scene where Lanez and an accomplice seek and find revenge against a police officer who killed his cousin. It’s dark . . .
DJ Khaled‘s Grateful single “Wild Thoughts” single shot up the charts as expected and the remixes have been rolling in. We recently got “Wild Thots” from A Boogie wit da Hoodie and Fabolous. Now, Tory Lanez connects with Trey Songz for their Swave Session take on the hit. Stream below. The fans deserve more content . . .
Meek Mill links with Tory Lanez to drop the official “Litty” music video. Supported with the concept of a multi-million dollar fraud case, the two rappers share time with the interchanging scenes. Watch the Spike Jordan-directed visuals below.
Tory Lanez is back with another Swave Session remix. Last week he went in over DJ Khaled‘s “Shining.” Now, he tries his hand at Playboi Carti‘s “Magnolia” track. Stream below. Also catch him on tour with Future, Migos, ASAP Ferg, and more starting today in Memphis Tennessee at the Fedex Forum.
Tory Lanez is no stranger to a remix or sample. Today he gets familiar with DJ Khaled‘s “Shining” which originally features Beyoncé and Jay Z. It’s all a part of his Swave Sessions series. I wonder if we’ll still be getting Fargo Fridays releases, also. Stream Tory’s “Shining” remix below. Ima fuck up a couple other . . .
A lot of people say that they are “the plug.” Tory Lanez is LITERALLY the plug in his dramatically sequenced video for “DopeMan Go.” Originally featured on his The New Toronto 2 project, the single is full of the high energy, heavy bass, and melodically driven flow that we’ve come to expect from Tory. Watch . . .
Tory Lanez saw fit to hit fans with a double strike to start off the year. He releases the latest installments of his The New Toronto and Chixtape series. It’s 25 track in total across the two projects that will have a little of everything for Lanez fans. Stream and download The New Toronto 2 and Chixtape 4 . . .
Cashmere Cat makes a major move with the release of his latest single, “Throw Myself A Party.” The accomplished Norwegian producer’s latest includes guest appearances from Starrah, 2 Chainz, and Tory Lanez. Cashmere Cat is prepping the world for his debut album, Wild Love. Stream “Throw Myself A Party” below.
To make up for missed Fargo Fridays drops, Tory Lanez hits us with two new tracks. He shares “Look No Further” and “Time” for the fans. Listen below.
Tory Lanez bigs up his city and hometown team on “Blue Jay Season.” Produced by Play Picasso, Lee. T, and Lanez himself, Tory keeps the Fargo Friday series well in tact. Listen below.
Tory Lanez‘s contribution to DJ Spinking‘s For The Culture mixtape is here, and it comes with the incredibly melodic but funky “Radar.” The song has a Carribbean dancehall feel to it. Stream “Radar” below, and head over to DatPiff to pick up DJ Spinking’s mixtape.
In Fargo Fridays fashion, Tory Lanez liberates a new track for the fans. Now he drops “BODMON SONG” for our enjoyment as he taps into his caribbean influences. Listen to the Play Picasso-produced song below. Check out last week’s “Super Freaky” ft. Rick Ross.
DJ Drama dropped his fifth studio album, Quality Street Music 2 back in July. It was a star studded affair, as usual. Now he returns with a remix to the album’s single, “Wishing” with Fabolous, Trey Songz, Tory Lanez, Jhené Aiko, and Chris Brown. Listen below. Watch the original “Wishing” video here.
Brownsville bully Creative Gold is back with a new release called “Designer, Dasani.” The track serves as another taste of Gold’s upcoming S Ranked In The Bingo Book project. The single features Tory Lanez and Brooklyn native BIGG$. Together, they take on some futuristic Rubirosa production. Hear “Designer, Dasani” below.
Tory Lanez releases “Super Freaky” as part of his “Fargo Fridays” series. The track is a collaboration with MMG boss Rick Ross. Tory who is auto tuned up on this one delivers quite the feel good record and Rick Ross’ verse does no harm either. Stream “Super Freaky”.