Tory Lanez is dropping some album cuts on Friday, September 22nd.
It's a good time to be a Tory Lanez fan. First, the Toronto rapper ended up squashing his feud with Drizzy, uniting two of the 6's best and brightest in one fell swoop. Next, the Tory began releasing PSA, a cinematic documentary chronicling his North American tour, which was an exciting and informative watch for any Lanez fan. In August, Lanez announced that his upcoming album was finished, but ultimately gave us little else about the project's sonic direction. However, it would appear that we might not have to wait much longer to find out what the young artist is cooking.
In a recent Tweet, Tory announced that music from his upcoming album would drop on Friday, September 22nd. The nature of the tweet was hella ambiguous; "music" could refer to a single, a few singles, or the entire project. With an artist like Tory, you never know what you're going to get.
The SWAVEY Canadian will no doubt deliver something dope, and it stands to reason that some more concrete album release info will soon follow. Even if it doesn't, fans will be able to assuage their release date anxieties by bumping some new fire from Tory Lanez. If you simply cannot wait that long to hear the man's dulcet tones, you can check out his recent work on the new Busta Rhymes single "Girlfriend," or his appearance on Z's pop-friendly anthem "Special 4 You."
Stay tuned for September 22nd, where Tory will join the likes of Young Thug & DJ Carnage, Macklemore & Smokepurpp in releasing new music to the world. In the mean time, check out our interview with Tory, where he promises his upcoming project will feature "a lot of bars."