Last week, Tory Lanez released his highly anticipated sophomore album with Memories Don't Die. It was another effort from Lanez that showcased his overall musicality. After a week of digesting, most fans seemed to appreciate the project. After an album drops, the next step is checking out it'll do commercially. From what industry projections are saying, Tory's recent project might be heading pretty high on the charts within its first week.

According to Billboard, Tory Lanez' Memories Don't Die is heading to debut within the top 5 of the Billboard 200. They say that he'll be looking at over 40K in equivalent album units moved within the first week of it's release. This is a major feat for Tory who's debut album I Told You peaked at number four on the charts. His debut album also moved the equivalent to 52K within its first week. The results of how he does on the charts will be revealed this Sunday.

The Toronto rapper launched his latest album with a bang. After dropping it, he performed four free shows alongside meet and greets in Los Angeles, New York City, Atlanta and of course, his hometown of Toronto. In addition to that, he'll also be performing co-headlining Spotify's "RapCaviar" live tour date with 2 Chainz in L.A. at the Hollywood Paladium. In addition, he'll also be performing alongside DJ Mustard & Friends, Lil Pump, Rich the Kid, Jae Murphy. Peep more info on that here