Tory Lanez has been steadily teasing the release of his follow-up to Memories Dont Die all summer. Although he initially teased a summer release, that didn't end up happening and fans were left wondering if the project was even going to drop this year. Thankfully, he hasn't forgotten about us and took to social media to reveal when we could expect Love Me Now.

Tory Lanez' forthcoming project, Love Me Now will be coming at the end of the month on October 26th. The rapper also shared the Brady Bunch-inspired cover art for the album which includes a human Tory in the bottom left and top right corners while Muppet Tory fills in the other squaresIt's definitely exciting to know that we'll get one more project from Tory before the year's end.

Tory Lanez' has been teasing this project for a few months now. After debuting his single, "Talk To Me" ft. Rich The Kid, the rapper revealed a long-list of features for the project including Chris Brown, 2 Chainz, A Boogie Wit Da Hoodie, Lil Baby, Gunna and more. More recently, Tory confirmed that a posthumous XXXTENTACION feature will appear on the project.

Aside from Love Me Now, Tory Lanez announced another new project which will consist of songs sung in Spanish, in light of the Latin wave that's hit North America. He released the first single off of the project, "Pa Mi" in June which featured Ozuna.