According to a new interview with Hot 97 at Summer Jam, Tory opens up and explains that he's moved on from squashing with the OVO leader. "It's about music at this point," he said to Nessa Nitty. The Toronto artists originally disagreed on what direction their city should be headed towards, but as they've both carved out pretty monumental spaces in their own right, their long-time rift has come to an end. 

It's definitely exciting news for fans of the Toronto scene as a cities' success is often dependent on it's artists cohesiveness and collaboration. I wonder if we'll find these two working together at any point in the future. Take a look at the interview below.