Tory Lanez's sophomore album, Memories Don't Die, is releasing at Midnight across streaming services. Unlike Tory's debut, this time around he's enlisted some choice features, although with an 18-song tracklist the features aren't playing a central role. Nonetheless one of the most exciting guests spots on the album comes from NY mainstay 50 Cent, who seems to be so involved in business and TV these days, we barely get to hear him rap. 50 Cent opens the collaboration with some spoken word, setting the scene for the haunting tale of the streets that Tory is about to deliver over the key-heavy production. It definitely has New York vibes to it, and 50 comes back at the outro for a verse proper.
This should get you amped for the album, if you weren't already. Stay tuned for our exclusive interview with Tory Lanez as well, dropping tomorrow (!).
This angle was dwelling all on his mind
He didn't know what to do, he started gripping his nine, and uh,
Before he knew, he aimed it up at his mom, and uh,
He shot her right in the spine, he said
"This is why, my life has been full of lies
Don't nobody care for me, fuck it, what's the use in trying?
This Glock on my side, if I put it to my mind
I know that I'ma die, but in Heaven, I'd be alive"