Tory Lanez drops off two new songs, “TIME” and “Look No Further.” On “TIME,” the Toronto singer and rapper expresses his regret over the emotions and time he invested in a girl that changed up on him.
“Can’t believe I fell in love with her,” he raps on the Lavi$h and Play Picasso-produced track. “Now, I don’t even wanna f**k with her. Feel like nothing’s ever enough with her. Barely checkin’ to see what’s up with her.”
Gearing up for the release of his debut album, I Told You, Tory Lanez drops a new song, “Diamonds.”
The C-Sick-produced track finds him singing about all the women that be waiting on him as he steps out in the city. “Diamonds” won’t appear on the album, but you’ll find the singles, “Say It,” “Luv” and “Cold Hard Love.” I Told You is due out Friday (Aug. 19th).
With his new album, I Told You, dropping next week, Tory Lanez unleashes another new song, “Cold Hard Love.” The Canadian singer slows it down on this one; singing to his girl about keeping things unpredictable between the two of them.
Last week, he dropped off a remix to his single “Luv,” featuring Sean Paul. Look for I Told You in stores Aug. 19th.
Tory Lanez‘ “Luv” gets a remix with an added verse from Sean Paul. After an opening verse from the dancehall sensation, Tory takes over with the song’s original lyrics.
The Benny Blanco and Cashmere Cat-produced, “Luv,” will take its spot on Tory’s upcoming album, I Told You, which is slated to drop on August 19th. The 14-track LP will also include previously released single, “Say It.”
On Friday, Tory Lanez unloaded a new song entitled “Luv,” the second single from his upcoming album, which he revealed to HNHH, will be called I Told You.
After taking inspiration from ’90s R&B group, Brownstone, on “Say It,” the Toronto singer borrows from another act from the era with – Tanto Metro and Devonte‘s “Everyone Falls In Love.”
Tory Lanez finds himself in a sticky situation after cheating on his girl, in the video for his single, “L.A. Confidential.” As he prepares to heads downstairs to leave out for the day, he finds out the girl he’s creeping with has set him up.
Guns are drawn, but he’s able to make it outside unharmed. Not only is paparazzi waiting on him outside – as he walks a little further, he has a run-in with police.
Following his performance with Brownstone on Jimmy Kimmel Live last week, Tory Lanez dropped a new single, “LA Confidential.” The Toronto native spends a lot of time on the road, and although he already has a girl, sometimes he gets lonely and needs somebody to pass the time with.
“And I hope you don’t expect to be my girlfriend. LA Confidential, LA Confidential,” he sings. “Cause I think you know I’d never leave my girlfriend.”
Tory Lanez hit Jimmy Kimmel Live last night to perform his hit single, “Say It,” and brought along ’90s group, Brownstone, for some assistance. The trio rockin’ the stage together, made it their first reunion in 20 years.
As Tory introduced the crowd to his band, he also made his over to the ladies, saying: “Now this is a special, special occasion for one reason only. We got the original Brownstone in the building, baby.”