Tory Lanez Songs

  • Acting Like
    Acting Like
    For today's Fargo Friday release we've got something extra dope, with the premiere of a new music video that also serves as your first listen of a Tory x Shlohmo collaboration.
  • Don't Say Nothin
    Don't Say Nothin
    Dr. Maleek may be new to the scene, but he's certainly made the right friends. The Long Beach rapper's new single sports some enviable features from West Coast vet The Game, and the Torontonian who's been quietly killing the hook game for the last little while, Tory Lanez."Don't Say Nothin" fits perfectly into the RnBass pocket, with Tory doing some heavy-lifting on the infectious chorus, while Game contributes a half-whispered verse, bragging about going down on his girl for 6 songs, before going on to name them.
  • Ric Flair
    Ric Flair
    While we wait on that anticipated EP from Tory Lanez and the WeDidIt collective, Tory is keeping fans fed with a brand new instalment in the Fargo Fridays series.
  • Stuck On You
    Stuck On You
    Benzel first posed as a Japanese duo, before it was revealed they were actually well-known producers and songwriters Benny Blanco and Two Inch Punch. The mysterious team worked on much of Jessie Ware's sophomore LP, Tough Love, before teaming up with some other big names on their own records.
  • In For It
    In For It
    Fargo Fridays are back y'all. Tory Lanez will be releasing an EP on the label WeDidIt sometime in the next few months, and today, we have the privilege of premiering the first single from it. "In For It" was produced by past Lanez collaborator RL Grime, who has a successful solo career as an electronic musician as well. 
  • Where I'm From (Prod. By J.Cuse)
    Where I'm From (Prod. By J.Cuse)
    Mark Battles hit us with his new mixtape, Shelter Food, today, and while the 17-track tape has plenty of great moments, fans have already gravitated towards "Where I'm From" as a favorite. Battles invites Tory Lanez to take on the woozy J. Cuse production, and he decides to drop some bars rather than hitting us with his increasingly common RnB delivery.
  • Dimelo
    Dimelo
    Yours Truly x adidas originals' #songsfromscratch audio series has put together some dope collaborations in the past (Tink x DJ Dahi "M.E.N.," "Shlohmo x Jeremih "Bo Peep (Do U Right)"), and they once again hit the mark with their latest pairing: Tory Lanez and London-based producers Snakehips.
  • Diego
    Diego
    Tory Lanez is back, harder than ever with "Diego." Over a scathing beat from himself and frequent collaborator Play Picasso, Tory gets on his "Godfather" vibe with haunting sung-raps and inventive flow.
  • 10 Shots
    10 Shots
    HNHH hasn't had the pleasure of featuring any new music from Jordan Hollywood for more than three years now (hit last feature coming in September 2011). Fortunately for the fans, he's back today with a huge new record. Calling on Yo Gotti, Lil Durk, and Tory Lanez, Hollywood presents "10 Shots," a Mekanic's produced new single that should be more than enough to boost his popularity on these pages and pages abroad. 
  • Dem Ones
    Dem Ones
    Just when you thought Fargo Fridays were done for good, Tory comes through this Halloween with one last (or maybe not the last) Fargo Friday cut. "Dem Ones" has hollow and metallic production from Sarah J and Tory, and as Tory likes to do, he switches things up half way to bring out that r'n'b vibe. HNHH Premiere.
  • I-95
    I-95
    HNHH will be proudly premiering Tory Lanez' new project, Lost Cause on September 29th, and the versatile rapper has now given us a leak from the project in anticipation. "I-95" pairs Tory with RL Grime (who co-produced the song with Noah Breakfast, Grave Goods, and Lanez himself), creating a characteristically dark, but infinitely shiny instrumental, which allows Tory to slide his syrup-y R&B vocals over, before breaking into some bars for the second verse.
  • Mama Told Me
    Mama Told Me
    Tory Lanez put his r'n'b vocals on display last week with "Henny In Hand," which also marked the return of his Fargo Fridays music series. This week he gives us raw emotion on "Mama Told Me," featuring trio production from Ryan Hemsworth, Tory and Play Picasso. 
  • Fuck Love
    Fuck Love
    The self-appointed Baddest Bitch in the game, Trina, is back today with a new record "Fuck Love" featuring HNHH favorite Tory Lanez. Trina hasn't been the most prolific rapper these days, but Tory hinted that something was coming from the two when he posted a photo of the two Face Timing together. Months later, we've received Trina's middle finger to love and all things associated with it, with Tory Lanez showing off his vocals on the hook. It's an r'n'b-tinged rap record that's anti-love.
  • Henny In Hand
    Henny In Hand
    Tory Lanez is a versatile artist. He can move from effortless bars to sweet singing hooks in no time, but his new track definitely finds him in full crooner mode. Exercising his impressive falsetto, the Toronto songwriter applies his strong R&B melodies to a sedated, guitar-led instrumental provided by Noah Breakfast and Matti Free.
  • The Mission
    The Mission
    Tory Lanez is definitely on a mission these days. After giving us a bunch of freebies with his Fargo Fridays series, today he takes a break from that to release "The Mission." This record comes on the heels of a tour announcement, as Tory will kick off his first headlining tour in conjunction with a new project titled Lost Cause.
  • 40 Days n 40 Nights
    40 Days n 40 Nights
    We've missed the past couple of Fargo Fridays as Tory Lanez has been heavy on his tour grind, thus the latest instalment in the series reflects all the hard work he's put in, "40 Days n 40 Nights." Opening with a short vintage clip, Skysense and The Mekanics team up for the production on this with a heavy bassline, while Tory really gets to rapping and venting about his struggle on the come-up, from sleeping on a mattress at his mom's place to friends getting locked up. Just when you think it's ending, Tory does a little r'n'b outro for us.  
  • Anyway
    Anyway
    Power 106's DJ Carisma hasn't made her own music before, but you'd never know that after listening to "Anyway," her debut single. Thanks to the track's stellar guest list, which includes Tory Lanez, Sage the Gemini, Eric Bellinger and Mishon, as well as production courtesy of League of Stars, the track is a noteworthy first entry. Made in the prevailing West Coast style of the moment, "Anyway" is a ratchet banger that's clearly aimed for the clubs. It's taken from Carisma's upcoming debut album, which is dropping in September. Stay tuned for more leaks from the project.
  • Say That Shit
    Say That Shit
    After a brief hiatus as people celebrated Independence Day last Friday, HotNewHipHop x Fargo Fridays return this week with another slow burning banger produced by Sonny Digital. There's been a specific feel to every Fargo Friday release we've received, and this one's no different-- you can just play each track one after another and you've got yourself a dope playlist.
  • Her
    Her
    In just over an hour, AD is dropping his mixtape ComptonFornia 2, but before that, he's opted to share one last single featuring perennial HNHH favorite Tory Lanez. "Her" was produced by Jeremey Jay and is the fifth track on ComptonFornia 2. 
  • Balenciagas
    Balenciagas
    It's that time of the week again! Toronto upcomer Tory Lanez hits HotNewHipHop with the latest drop in his ongoing Fargo Fridays series. Every week Argentina Fargo gives us new heat (for free) to bump all weekend long. Last week's track was straight up r'n'b, but as any Tory fan knowS, the rapper can easily switch up from r'n'b to rap. Today he gets back to the rapping thing with a song dedicated to the uber expensive shoes "Balenciagas."
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